From: Vancouver, BC
Looking through the National Morale events in the editor, I was surprised to see that while "The Loss of UK" causes France to lose 7500 NM, "The Loss of France" has no effect on UK national morale. I know the Brits are phlegmatic lot, but would they really be so unconcerned if their major Entente ally surrendered? In contrast, the UK does lose 2500 NM due to the "Loss of Russia".
Similarly, while the "Loss of Serbia" causes Russia to lose 2500 NM, the "Loss of Russia" seems to have no NM impact on Serbian national morale, if Serbia outlasts Russia. That seems odd, given that Russia went to war in August 1914 to protect Serbia.
Are these gaps intentional, or an oversight?