Chapter 36: Dissolution of the Milk Bottle Army

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The currents of history rolled on, and after the end of the Prussia-Denmark War, the situation in Europe underwent earth-shaking changes, as reform seemingly became the mainstream of society overnight.

Except for Russians from the icy land who still did as they pleased, most countries on the European Continent were undergoing social reforms, Austria was reforming, France was reforming, and Prussia was still reforming...

Reform was good; everyone was busy with internal reforms, so they had no energy to cause trouble. The situation in Europe calmed down, seemingly returning to the Metternich Era.

Franz knew all this was just an illusion; the contradictions had not disappeared but merely submerged temporarily. With Russia ready to break the international order at any time, and John Bull always eager for chaos, how could Europe truly settle into peace?