Greece THE RULE OF OTTO
Source: Greece, a Country Study, The Library of Congress Country Studies series
Figure 6. The Expansion of Modern Greece, 1832-1947
The reign of Otto included the installation of a wide variety of Western institutions, many of which were ill-suited to Greek society and political tradition. The factionalism of the revolutionary period continued and eroded the king's authority. Corruption flourished, and Otto finally was deposed by a combination of popular rebellion and coups.
Data as of December 1994
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