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Mahanan Civil War

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Mahanan Civil War
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Pro-democrat soldiers crossing a stream in the southern Nuragara Province, 1992
Date29th January 1992-2nd March 1993
Location
Result •Republican victory, establishment of the Federal Democratic Republic of Mahana
•Removal of the monarchy in Mahana
Belligerents
Royalist Forces Republican Forces
Commanders and leaders
Flag of Mahana.png Royal COA.png King Raju III Flag of Mahana.png Logo of the Mahanan Congress Party.png Saurabh Baidhya
Units involved
Flag of Mahana.png Royal COA.png Misrans

Flag of Mahana.png Logo of the Mahanan Congress Party.png Republicans


Supported by:
 Kotowari
 Tamurin
 Assembled Nations
Strength
50,000 95,000
Casualties and losses
8,200 killed (guerrillas) 4,500 killed

The Mahanan Civil War was a protracted armed conflict that took place in Mahana from January 1992 to March 1993. It saw fighting between supporters of the monarchy, known as Misrans, and supporters of a new republic. The war led to the establishment of the Federal Democratic Republic of Mahana in 1993.

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Aftermath

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