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War of the Five Kings

War of the Five Kings
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The Battle of Auserburg (7-8 May 1790)
Date4 September 1789 (1789-09-04) – 29 March 1793 (1793-03-29) (3 years, 6 months and 25 days)
Location
Result

Aldian-led Elbgau Confederation victory

Territorial
changes
  • Aldia annexes Jusland, Seebronn, Birchau, the Lehpold States, Eustria-Geisahl, Eustria-Lensrau and parts of Holnia, Würthburg, Adwhin and Karlsweil
  • Gotia and Amretz receive sovereignty from Adwhin
  • Welsbach annexes parts of northern Adwhin
  • Belligerents

    Elbgau Confederation

    • Aldia
    • Jusland
    • Shwesia
    • Welsbach
    • Amsern
    • Phalya
    • Merzenich
    • Marlau-Reifurt
    • Lorenz Republic
    • Gärlburg
    • Estmar-Dockfurt
    • Engelbart
    • Langquaid
    • Konreid
    • Pereuth
    Adwhin
    Holnia
    Tudonia
    Karlsweil
    Lehpold States
    Eustria-Geisahl
    Eustria-Lensrau
    Birchau
    Würthburg
    Commanders and leaders
    Lukas I
    Wilhelm Stenreck
    Helmuth von Mohrnau
    Georg von Schüldte
    Karl IV
    Wilhelm von Oppenburg
    Theodor III
    Christoph von Wälsberg
    Ludwig von Bernestedt
    Erich Joseph Kleitzer
    Crown Prince Friedrich
    Strength

    666,370

    • 390,870
    • 275,500

    556,700

    • 408,100
    • 90,000
    • 58,600
    Casualties and losses

    61,205

    • 44,746
    • 16,459

    102,320

    • 68,960
    • 20,864
    • 12,496

    The War of the Five Kings (Hesurian: Krieg der fünf Könige), also known as the Mascyllary War of Unification, Third Aldo-Adwhinish War, Brothers War or in Mascylla the Mascyllary War (Hesurian: Maskillischer Krieg) was the last war between the Kingdom of Aldia and Kingdom of Adwhin and their respective allies in the Elbgau Confederation and remaining Mascyllary states, and ultimately culminated in the Aldian-led unification of Mascylla into the Mascyllary Kingdom following the war's end with the Treaty of Langquaid in 1793.