What would have been the effects had the Ottoman Empire remained neutral in World War I? Would this have allowed Russia to avoid one or both of the revolutions that it had in 1917 in real life? Also, if so, could this result in an alternate World War II in the 1930s or 1940s which is sparked by a Russian invasion of the Ottoman Empire? After all, I would presume that a Russia that is on the winning side of World War I might still want to eventually solve the "Eastern Question" through a decisive military confrontation with the Ottoman Empire, no? This would be especially true if Russia was either Tsarist or some other kind of right-wing authoritarian, such as Fascist (please remember that there is no Bolshevik Revolution in Russia in this scenario). Indeed, could such a Russian military confrontation against a surviving Ottoman Empire in the 1930s or 1940s have triggered an alt-World War II in this TL, or what? And just how would such an alt-World War II have went? Who would have won it, what would have been the aftermath of it, et cetera?