Ten Years' War

Ten Years' War
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A Soravian army overlooking the battlefield after the Battle of Brambauer, 1712
Date18 August 1711 – 9 March 1721
Northern and central Euclea

Congress of Cislania

  • Rise of Soravia and Sunrosia as great powers
  • Soravia annexes northern Yavorstri land and Chervolesia
  • Duchies of Velzemia partitioned between Soravia and Sunrosia
  • Sunrosia acquires Ruttland from the Confederation and the Airdale from Estmere
  • Estmerish colonial possessions annexed by Gaullica
  • Emergence of liberal and republican thought
  • Decline of feudalism in Euclea
  • Spread of Amendism in western Euclea halted
  • Emergence of pan-Weranic thought
  • Population and infrastructure loss in eastern Euclea
Commanders and leaders

Maximilian I

  • 23x15px Up to 400,000 mobilised (1720)
  • 165,000 (1720)

The Ten Years' War was a war in Northern and Central Euclea between 1711 and 1721. It was one of the largest wars up until that point and included many of the forefront powers in Euclea, including the Soravian Empire, Sunrosian Monarchy, much of the Rudolphine Confederation, Estmerish Commonwealth, and later, the Gaullican Empire. The war began as the rulers of Soravia and the Sunrosian Monarchy signed an alliance which backed each others' claims in the Duchies of Velzemia and western Werania and Estmere respectively. Much of the war would be fought in the Ahnemunde, western Estmere and the latter stages in northern Gaullica. The war was particularly devastating in Estmere, where many towns and villages were razed, their inhabitants removed or killed and vital infrastructure was lost. The effects of the war would go on to influence the Estmerish Civil War and, more broadly, the Euclean Spring.