Eleftherios Venizelos born in 1864 in Crete was a remarkable reactionary and a notable greek politician as well asa very beloved leader of the begining og the 20th century.
He was a prime minister of Greece from 1910 to 1920 and from 1928 to 1932, and acted as a very talented external affairsproffesionist, making him known as “the maker of modern Greece”.
Eleftherios Venizelos made himself noticed by reforming the greek constitution and the economical perspective, in his first prime ministermandate, as well as organizing the armed and naval forces of Greece.He also played an important part in the autonomy of the Cretan State and its union with Greece.
During the first World War he signed Greece with the Allies, further leading to the extending of Greece borders. This event brought him against the monarchy,this leading to the National Schism which divided the people of Greece into royalists and Venizelists.
During his active mandates he refreshed the Greece’s relations with the neighbours.Although he had retired in 1935 he came back to support a rebellion in Crete, which finally failed and he had to go to France.He died in 1936 in France.