|The Bashan Offensive|
Painting of troops of the Gallambrian Light Horse and the Royal Horse Artillery go into action against the Junud Bani Nasir in the hills outside of Al-Ghaydah, Bani Nasir, near present day Gath Rimmon.(Simpson, 1923)
|Commanders and leaders|
|approx. 5,500||approx. 17,000|
|Casualties and losses|
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The Bashan Offensive was a military operation from 3 May to 12 September 1908, by His Majesty's Gallambrian Armed Forces in response to the Aroer Massacre, where members of the Mahozite Shomrim killed 190 officers and sailors of the HMGS King George I. A ceasefire was declared on 12 September 1908, after the remaining forces of the Yehudim Militia surrendered following the capitulation of the Siege of En Gannim, with hostilities officially ending after the signing of the Treaty of Mahanaim on 14 September.
Events preceding hostilities
Commencement of hostilities
Attack on Aroer
Capitulation and Surrender
- A land most unholy (24 May 2020)