Satrian Wars and conflicts

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The Satrian Wars and conflicts is a term used to describe the conventional conflicts, insurgencies and military standoffs in the subcontinent of Satria since the end of the Solarian War in 1946.

Satrian Conflict
Date4th May 1946 – Ongoing
(75 years, 8 months, 2 weeks and 4 days)
Location
Status

Ongoing

Belligerents
 Ajahadya
Supported by:
 Shangea (1946-1964, 1973-)
Union of Khazestan and Pardaran (1950-1980)
 Zorasan (1980-)
 Rajyaghar
 Baekjeong (1965-)
Supported by:
 Senria (1946-1964, 1977-)
 Arthasthan
Supported by:
Commanders and leaders
Ajahadya Mohan Balchandra (1946 - 1948)
Ajahadya Jalander Sarai (1946 - 1966)
Ajahadya Aman Sabanis (1946 - 1974)
Ajahadya Arjuna Kalsarah (1946 - 1978)
Ajahadya Nishant Balchandra (1978 - 2000)
Ajahadya Vimal Sarai (2000 - 2007)
Ajahadya Diya Kalsarah (2007 - 2014)
Ajahadya Salil Balchandra (2014 - Present)
Rajyaghar A.D. Malhotra (1960-67) Arthasthan Sheru Ramprasad (1946-65)

Background

Great War

-Raja taps into Pan-Satrian sentiment
-Founding of Azad Fauj, coalition of Pan-Satrian and ethnic/religious nationalist groups
-Raja's defeat and continued colonial presence spurs further growth of both nationalism and Pan-Satrianism

Solarian War

-UFRS invades Etrurian Satria, seeking to take it after the war
-Denied this in peace conference, Etrurian Satria given independence under nationalist groups
-Viewed as betrayal by colonial powers, start of First Satrian War due to unclear borders and Ajahadya refusing to accept the results of the peace conference

First Satrian War (1946 - 1948)

-Breaks out after failure to unify Satria peacefully
-A free-for-all as everyone tries to draw borders across formerly Etrurian Satria
-Likely a high degree of bleedover into Estmerish Satria
-Shortest war, all sides weakened by Solarian War
-Likely ends with roughly modern borders

Dakian War (1958)

-Aja launches a surprise attack into Baekjeong, successfully takes over Bumistan and Vijay
-Baekjeongese counter-offensives stalled by Ajahadyan army, forced to accept ceasefire
-Unnerves surrounding nations (Xiaodong, Zorasan) at prospect of a united Satria, Ajahadya in international wilderness

Second Satrian War (1959 - 1964)

-Ajahadya attacks Arthasthan and Rajyaghar
-No one expects Ajahadya to win
-Ajahadya wins, takes parts of both Arthasthan and Rajyaghar (Union States of Pinjar and Mondari) -Unnerves surrounding nations (Xiaodong, Zorasan) at prospect of a united Satria, Ajahadya in international wilderness
-Padaratha seizes Minkathala

Third Satrian War (1972 - 1978)

-Coalition of Baekjeong, Arthasthan, and Rajyaghar invades Ajahadya
-Ajahadya overwhelmed, quickly loses occupied territory
-Baekjeong accepts ceasefire in 1973, withdraws back to pre-1965 borders
-Arthasthan and Rajyaghar continue offensives into Ajahadya
-Widespread use of chemical weapons by Ajahadya to stall offensives and in counter-attacks
-Xiaodongese and Zorasani support later in the war allows Aja to start some counter-offensives
-Ends with modern borders, Ajahadya heavily damaged and on verge of collapse

Embargo of Ajahadya (1972 - Ongoing)

-Blockade from 1972 to 1978
-General embargo of Ajahadya from 1978 to 1995
-Embargo of arms and high technology from 1995 to present

Minkathala War (1981 - 1983)

-Minkathala’s government organises a referendum on union with Padaratha. Passed by a large margin.
-Arthasthan disputes results, alleges interference by Padaratha.
-Arthasthan invades Minkathala
-Inconclusive fighting on the mainland until 1983

Insurgencies (1946 - Ongoing)

Arthasthan

Baekjeong

Rajyaghar

Foreign Support and Involvement