Beatavic Civil War (1998-2002)

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Beatavic Civil War
Beatavician Civil War collage.png
Clockwise from top: A shelled apartment complex in Dunhill after the Siege of Dunhill; a government tank liberating a small town in Wolulecht; The building where Jochem Meijerinck was shot and killed by government forces; Amstelvoort burning shortly after the 1999 Car Amstelvoort Bombing; a MKIH soldier fighting in southern Anderberg; an abandoned government tank near Bexhill
DateJune 5th 1998 - November 25th 2002 (4 years, 5 months, 2 weeks and 6 days)
Result Government victory

Beatavic Flag.pngBeatavician Government Supported by:

ConstantioFlag.png Constantio
New Zamastan Flag1.png Zamastan
Beatavic Nationalist Flag.png Mooie Kustbewoners voor Imperium Herleving (MKIH)

Berganzio Seperatist Flag.png Berganzio Milizia Indipendentista Supported by:

Kolkesbro.png Brotherhood of Kolkesburg
Commanders and leaders
Beatavic Flag.png Jan-Dirk Hengelaar (1998-2002)
Charlie Vreedeveld (2002)
Beatavic Nationalist Flag.pngJochem Meijerinck (1998-2002)
Gerrit-Jan Stork (2002)
Berganzio Seperatist Flag.pngErmete Taranto (1998-2000)
Antonio Trevisan (2000-2002)
530,000 300,000
(20,000 alleged child soldiers)

The Beatavic Civil War was an armed conflict in Beatavic that started on June 5th 1998 and ended on November 25th 2002. It was fought between the Beatavician Government, an extremist nationalist organization known as Mooie Kustbewoners voor Imperium Herleving (MKIH), and the Berganzio Milizia Indipendentista. The conflict ended in the Beatavician government's victory.


Tensions in Beatavic began during the late 1990's when tensions were high in west Nortua until tensions boiled down into a war in 1992. In April 1992, a group known as the "Mooie Kustbewoners voor Imperium Herleving" (MKIH) would be formed in eastern Beatavic with intentions of overthrowing the Beatavician government, installing a far-right, extremist government and reviving the Beatavician Empire.


Tensions in Beatavic originated in the early 1990's during the Chezian War

Course of the war






War crimes

Use of child soldiers

Murder of civilians