Second Grobina War
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|Second Grobina War|
The Hotel Zaranko is destroyed by Mascyllary bombing in Grobina, July 2000
|Commanders and leaders|
|Casualties and losses|
173,000 military casualties|
216,000 civilian casualties
1,000,000 civilian displaced
21,500 military casualties|
15 civilian casualties
0 civilian displaced
The Second Grobina War, also known as the Erdaran War was a major military conflict that occurred across the region of Erdara in the late-20th and early-21st century, spanning from Hytekia's declaration of war on Juznia in November 1998 to the Hytek surrender after a joint Juznik-Mascyllary force occupied Krasno in January 2001.