Chapter 124, The Age of the Great Powers

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While the battle of Constantinople was in full swing, the conference that would determine the fate of the Kingdom of Greek had also begun.

The location was still in Paris, for in order to enhance the international status of France, Napoleon III had been very enthusiastic about hosting such events since his accession to the throne.

On this minor issue, no one was inclined to contend with them; regardless of the location of negotiations, the final result would be the same.

Neither the London Government nor the Austrian Government lacked such prestige. It wasn't a belligerent nation involved, so there was no need to fight over face to win or lose.

The people of this era were not lacking in internationalism, and the Greek Government's activities managed to draw many countries into participation; of course, apart from a few major powers, most countries had no right to speak.