Long War

Long War
長期戰爭/长期战争
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Date1 May 1932 (1932-05-01) – 3 October 1956 (1956-10-03) (24 years, 5 months and 2 days)
Location
Status Communist victory
Main Belligerents

Ide Jima Ide Jiman Imperialists Supported by:

Flag of Vietnam.svg Ide Jiman Communists Supported by:

Commanders and leaders
  • Ide Jima Emperor Mitsuhiran III
  • Flag of Vietnam.svg Marshal Chang
  • Flag of Vietnam.svg Marshal Ryuzen
  • Flag of Vietnam.svg Marshal Zatoichi

The Long War or War of Imperialist Aggression was an ideological conflict in Ide Jima. The incumbent Imperialist dynasties were threatened by revolutionary communists. Tensions boiled over when a number of protesters were fired upon and killed during a workers protest at the then Imperial palace in the nation's capital. The conflict first began with many nations taking sides and sending support to one of the two main sides, Imperialists and Communists. The conflict then escalated into a total war akin to a World War. The conflict lasted from the 1930s into the 1950s, hence the name The Long War. The eventual outcome was a communist victory.

Background

The incumbent Imperialist dynasties were threatened by revolutionary communists. Tensions boiled over when a number of protesters were fired upon and killed during a workers protest at the then Imperial palace in the nation's capital.

Major Factions

  • Imperialists
  • Communists

War

Military situation in $date.

The conflict first began with many nations taking sides and sending support to one of the two main sides, Imperialists and Communists. The conflict then escalated into a total war akin to a World War. The conflict lasted from the 1930s into the 1950s, hence the name The Long War.

Aftermath

The eventual outcome was a communist victory.

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