Chapter 127, Refugee Crisis Erupts

Translator: 549690339

The British and the Montenegro Duchy's battle drew no attention; the disparity between their strengths was too great to be bridged merely by fervor. The outcome had been predetermined from the start.

Even Franz held little hope for the Montenegro Duchy; their foundation was too weak to withstand attrition. Even if they repelled the United Kingdom and Sardinia's Allied Forces' offensive, they were still the losers.

This was the sorrow of a small nation; there were only so many people. No matter the fighting capability, warfare always resulted in casualties, and Montenegro could not afford the loss.

The Near East war had raged on until now, with the Balkan Peninsula's loss of population already surpassing a million, and perhaps even two or three million, especially with a considerable loss among the young and strong.