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Bribery, corruption, and appeals to Greek nationalism to achieve a "Greater Greece" by freeing Greeks still under Ottoman rule led to British and French intervention in Greek politics once again, and a refusal by the major powers to allow the further breakup of the Ottoman Empire.
The monarchy remained under a figurehead king, Alexander I, a son of King Constantine.
Royalists and republicans expressed their opposition to each other and polarized the Greek state.
World War I and King Constantine's attempt to keep Greece neutral led to political rivalry between the palace and Eleutherios Venizelos, one of Greece's most influential politicians of the twentieth century.
The dispute over national policy led Venizelos to claim that King Constantine was pro-German and disrespected the wishes of the Greek people to join the Allies against the Central Powers.
They gravitated toward oral debates, republicanism, and armed insurrection.