Why did western Europeans support the Greek independence movement?
a. The movement was a check to growing Turkish power in the eastern Mediterranean.
b. Europeans saw the movement as the first step toward independence for all subject peoples throughout Europe.
c. Europeans identified with the Greeks because Greece was viewed as the birthplace of Western civilization.
b. The Greek prince Alexander Ypsilanti, who led the revolt, was a charismatic and popular figure.
- Anonymous2 months ago
All the above, but particularly a. and c.