West Scipian Wars

West Scipian Wars
Part of the Era of Great Nationalism
DateEarly 1710s; 1910s - 1960s (intermittently)
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Result

Peace treaty

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The West Scipian Wars refer to a series of wars between Sydalon and Yisrael in West Scipia in the 18th and 20th centuries. The First West Scipian War between 1713-1715 resulted in the proclamation of Yisrael as a kingdom due to an Yisraeli victory. The Second, Third, and Fourth Wars all occurred in the fifty years between the 1910s - 1960s. The consecutive conflicts between the two powers is believed by historians to have emerged as a direct result of pan-nationalist ideologies in the late 19th century in West Scipia. After the Fourth War, the two nations embarked on a prolonged peace process that ended in the 1973 Yarden Accords, which permanently resolved the issues between Sydalon and Yisrael. The "post-Yarden" period initially was characterized by a simmering cold peace, but by the year 2000, both countries had warming, cordial relations.

Origins

First West Scipian War (1713-1715)

Second West Scipian War (1915-1918)

Third West Scipian War (1940-1941; 1949)

Fourth West Scipian War (1963-1966)

Aftermath

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