Second War in Vulkaria

Second War In Vulkaria
Part of Vulkaria Unrest
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A Zamastanian soldier stands guard at a checkpoint following the Battle of Amstelveen
DateAugust 5th, 1999 - February 6th, 2005
Location
Belligerents
Malvarian Liberation Front
Commanders and leaders

Vulkaria

Zamastan

M.L.F.

  • Samuel Kannit
Strength
  • Vulkaria - 3,882,000
  • Zamastan - 600,000
  • M.L.F. - 2,597,000
  • Casualties and losses
  • Vulkaria- 103,500 dead, 467,240 wounded, 4,127 MIA
  • Zamastan- 23,246 dead, 120,902 wounded
  • M.L.F.- 721,000 Dead
  • total deaths: 2,349,000
  • civilian deaths: 1,203,000
  • The Second War in Vulkaria was a military conflict in the nation of Vulkaria. Following the events of the First War in Vulkaria and the sporadic protests and violence that persisted throughout the next decade, a radical government was installed in 1999 which unintentionally led to a revitalization of the M.L.F. and many other embattled groups wanting to take over power. A civil war erupted in 2000 once again, and the nation was embroiled with Zamastanian interests once again being threatened. President Cassious Castovia sent troops into Vulkaria in 2004, and the war ended in 2005 with the surrender of rebel forces. However, the war was staggering in terms of the death toll, with over 2.3 million people killed, over half of them citizens.

    Background

    1999 Regime Change

    War Begins

    First Four Years of Fighting

    2000

    2001

    2002

    2003

    2004

    Zamastan Enters the War

    Battle of Amstelveen

    Fighting in Barneveld

    Malvare Liberation Front Surrenders

    Aftermath