In November 1916 the E. Venizelo recommended in Thessalonica the revolutionary government of National Defence, that was opponent of government of Athens and was checked by the King Konstantinos. These developments had as consequence the national division, the consequences of which remained obvious for a lot of decades in the social and political life of country. The conflicts between Venizelians and Anti-Venizelians occurred daily in the capital, as in remainder Greece. This conflicts climaxed with the known Noembriana, when English and French troops set off in Piraeus and advanced in Athens with a view to they conquer the railways up to the North. The king and the government Spyros Lamproy did not support the requirement of allies for the benefit to help the Serbs and the with-drawl of the Greek troops from Thessalonica, that supported Venizelos. Allied troops collided with Greek military forces. The naval exclusion that imposed the allies in Greece terminated in June 1917, when the King Konstantinos resigned after requirement of allies and the throne him succeeded by his son Alexandros. Afterwards the removal of Konstantinos Greece with leader the E. Venizelo accomplished the extension of her borders up to Asia Minor (1920).