Chapter 98, The British Conspiracy

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Prime Minister John Russell was troubled by the Italian issue. After the battle of Asa Venice ended, he knew trouble was brewing. If not handled properly, the interests of the Great Britain Empire in the Italian Area might be at risk.

"Mr. Palmerston, the Ausa war will be over soon. What stance do you think we should take?" John Russell asked.

Foreign Minister Palmerston responded calmly, "Your Excellency, the Prime Minister, we still have substantial interests in the Kingdom of Sardinia. To ensure the interests of the Great Britain Empire are protected, the Kingdom of Sardinia must be preserved.

However, we must also consider the attitude of the Austrians. This war was provoked by the People of Sardinian; they surely must be given an explanation!"