First Civil War of Fravina
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|First Civil War of Fravina|
Battle of le Bois de Dieu, 1899
|Indigenous Confederation||Fravi Socialists|
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The First Civil War of Fravina was a civil war in Fravina from 1896 to 1902, fought between the First Republic of Fravina in the north, the seceded Indigineous Confederation in current-day Mont de Mercy, and Fravi Socialists in the south. The war began with the Proclamation of Indigenous Independence on 9 September 1896, which outlined the cause of war being civil rights and territory disputes.