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Operation Rapture (Vierz: Unternehmen Entrückung) was the codename for the Allied offensive against Apelia conducted in the autumn of 1946, during the Great War. The main offensive on the Southern front was led by Tierada and supported by Vonzumier, Camardocia, Lemerum, Aranquia, and Hevatia; a concurrent and complementary offensive on the northern front was led by the Vierz Empire, supported by Savland and Borland. The initial offensive broke a nine-month-long deadlock on the Western front and drove the Apelian Army into a full rout. The offensive concluded with the end of the Battle of Belens, which saw the capital of Apelia fall under Allied control. Apelian prime minister Abel Mallaire, having already fled to Granzery, resigned shortly after the end of the battle, and his successor Jean-Baptiste Brochard ordered the surrender of the Apelian military.