Second War in Vulkaria

Second War In Vulkaria
Part of Vulkaria Unrest
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Clockwise from the top-left: Vulkarian police escort captured M.L.F. soldiers back to their unit; a destroyed tank during the Battle of Amstelveen; anti-tank missile installations during the siege of Novy; reburial of victims of the 2001 Krebrenica massacre in 2010; a Coalition of Crown Albatross vehicle driving on the streets of Vulkar during the siege of the city.
DateAugust 5th, 1999 - February 6th, 2005
(5 years, 6 months and 1 day)
Location
Result

Concluded with the Neboroskiev Accords, signed in Neboroskiev, Beleroskov

Belligerents

Coalition of Crown Albatross

Malvarian Coalition

Other state actors

Commanders and leaders

Vulkaria

Zamastan

M.L.F.

Strength
  • Vulkaria- 3,882,000
  • Zamastan- 120,000
  • Cadair- 34,000
  • Emmiria- 40,000
  • Austrolis- 22,000
  • Rio Palito- 600
  • Quetana- 500
  • M.L.F.- 2,597,000
  • Casualties and losses
  • Vulkaria- 103,500 dead, 467,240 wounded, 4,127 MIA
  • Zamastan- 3,246 dead, 12,902 wounded
  • Cadair- 972 dead, 6,032 wounded
  • Emmiria- 2,502 dead, 9,000 wounded
  • Austrolis- 394 dead, 992 wounded
  • Rio Palito- 30 dead, 12 wounded
  • Quetana- 9 dead, 20 wounded
  • M.L.F.- 721,000 dead
  • Ossinia- 431 dead
  • total deaths: 2,349,000
  • civilian deaths: 1,203,000
  • The Second War in Vulkaria was a series of collective armed conflicts in the nation of Vulkaria that started in the late summer of 1999 and lasted until early 2005. The war involved Coalition of Crown Albatross forces led by Zamastan and consisting of Cadairian, Emmirian, Rio Palitan, Austrolisian and Quetanan forces battling numerous terror and insurgent networks which had declare independence in their respective provinces. The groups included the revitalized Malvarian Liberation Front, backed by Malvare, along with mercenaries supplied by Ossinia and Martin Saint-Yves' regime. Following the events of the First War in Vulkaria and the sporadic protests and violence that persisted throughout the next decade, a government policy regarding capitalist and global economics installed in 1999 led to a revitalization of the M.L.F. and many other embattled groups wanting to take over power from the federal government in order to install a socialist regime. A civil war erupted in 2000 once again, and the nation was embroiled with global interests once again being threatened in the form of trade along the Vulkarian Pass canal route, as well as the threat of terror attacks being experienced by many of the nations involved in the coalition efforts.

    After attempts at a diplomatic solution failed, the Coalition of Crown Albatross intervened, justifying the campaign in Vulkaria as a "humanitarian war". President Cassious Castovia sent an international coalition into Vulkaria in 1999. By 2005, investigations had recovered the remains of tens of thousands of victims of all ethnicities, as well as that there had been "a systematic campaign of terror and severe maltreatments by rebel organizations". Often described as Iearth's deadliest conflicts since the World War, the conflict was marked by many war crimes, including genocide, crimes against humanity and rape.

    The war ended with the surrender of rebel forces and the Neboroskiev Accords signed on February 6th, 2005 in Neboroskiev, Beleroskov. The accords solidified the surrender of the majority of insurgent forces and allowed capitulated rebel conscripts unobstructed access to flee to Malvare. The war was staggering in terms of the death toll, with over 2.3 million people killed, over half of them citizens. Vulkaria lost over 103,000 soldiers. The Coalition forces lost a total of 7,153 troops, including 3,246 from Zamastan, 972 from Cadair, 2,502 from Emmiria, 394 from Austrolis, 30 from Rio Palito, and 9 from Quetana. The captured and surrendered insurgent, rebel, and terrorist leadership were judged at the Vongane Trials in Vongane, Quetana from 2006-07, resulting in hundreds of prison sentences.

    Background

    1999 Political Change and Beginning of Conflict

    War

    2000

    2001

    2002

    2003

    2004

    2005

    Neboroskiev Accords

    Dignataries of C.C.A. nations and the Malvarian Alliance signing the treaty in Neboroskiev, Beleroskov

    Aftermath

    The Vongane Trials

    War Crimes