Chapter 35: Turning Black into White

Translator: Nyoi-Bo Studio Editor: Nyoi-Bo Studio

On March 9, 1848, Vienna became increasingly chaotic, with occurrences of arson, murder, and looting, and the entire city lost its order.

This was already the third day since the outbreak of the revolution, and due to the many contradictions between the working class and the bourgeoisie, conflicts had arisen between the two groups because of their interests.

If it were not for a common enemy, at this time the two sides would have already parted ways, even if they were nominally allied, they each did their own thing.

There was no helping it, as revolutions also require feeding, and so the capitalists in the grain industry were the first to suffer, their grain stores being "revolutionized" by the workers.

Workers who had been harshly oppressed, spurred by some inciters, started having thoughts of revenge at this time. Many decided to settle scores conclusively, venting their hatred and grudges.