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el problema surge cuando se activa el evento de la invacion de la entente tesalomnica, el problema es que para entonces,y en mi partida ya francia habia firmado la paz,entoces francia que ya no forma parte de la entente le arrebata tesalomnica a grecia sin motivo y sin razon.. mi pregunta es si lo que ocurre es un error de eventos en el dado caso de que francia ya no este en guerra, no deberia ocurrir con UK? o fueron los franceses los que realizaron la invacion de tesalomnica en la realidad, y si ya no se encontrara en guerra francia, esto deberia de ocurrir de igual forma?

the problem arises when the event of the thessalomian entente invades is activated, the problem is that by then, and in my departure france had already signed the peace, then france, which is no longer part of the entente, takes thessalomian from greece without reason and without reason ... my question is if what happens is an error of events in the event that France is no longer at war, shouldn't it happen with the UK? Or was it the French who actually carried out the Thessalomnica invasion, and if France is no longer at war, this should happen in the same way?


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