Treviso,11th of May 1957. The city had fallen, the ragged starved survivors of the siege finally surrendered to the Sezeranist forces, of the over three thousand men originally trapped in the city barely eight hundred were left, the rest either fell in the fighting or succumbed to thirst and starvation. Colonel Carlos Savaria formally surrendered to the head of the besieging forces at noon, and his remaining men were quickly taken into custody of the Workers Republic. Valera,12th of May 1957. When the news of Treviso's fall the defenders of Valera felt that their situation was becoming increasingly untenable and after the news of the fall of Treviso the decision was made to evacuate the city and regroup in the north which was still in the hands of Royalist forces. The Grand-Duke Ortega and the remnants of the National Salvation Committee argued against the evacuation but their opinions no longer carried the weight that they'd had earlier in the year and their complaints were ignored. however even with the evacuation the Royalists would maintain a presence in Saro through the bands of Cruzados still operating in the province who continued to harass the occupying Marxist Forces.