Ottoman Empire...or Turkey

For each question decide if the amswer is the Ottoman Empire or Turkey.
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Last updated: August 18, 2019
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1. Currently in existence.
Ottoman Empire
Turkey
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2. A bird was named after it.
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Turkey
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Neither
3. Constantinople is or was the capital city.
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Turkey
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4. Anatolia is or was part of the country.
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5. Participated in Word War 2.
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Turkey
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6. Official language is or was Turkish.
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Turkey
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7. Was a member of the Central Powers.
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Turkey
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8. Besieged Vienna.
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Turkey
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9. Is or was a member of NATO.
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10. Islam is or was the official religion.
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11. Ruler is or was a sultan.
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Turkey
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12. Has or had the larger population.
Ottoman Empire
Turkey
13. Government is or was at some time a constitutional monarchy.
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Turkey
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14. Flag has or had a crescent and 5 point star.
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15. All 7 Ancient Wonders of the world are or were located in the country.
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Level 51
Dec 12, 2020
Turkey did not participate to the WW2, so the answer to the 5th question should be "neither".

Ottoman Empire was a multi-ethnic and multi-lingual state and all the officially recognized churches had their respective languages also recognized as official languages. So, Turkish was not the sole "official" language.

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Level 62
Dec 12, 2020
It was late in the war, but Turkey did declare war on Germany, on 2/23/45.

It never asks about the "sole" official language.

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Level 51
Dec 13, 2020
*Official language is/was Turkish" does refer to a sole language. If you want to make the question as you claimed it is, it should be "Turkish is or was an official language".