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Wielvakia-Erusea Conflict


01 September 2010 - 06 February 2011


Wielvakia, Southern Erusea

Casus Belli

Dispute over Erusean refugees take to hostilities


Wielvakian victory. All military presence removed from both countries.


Republic of Wielvakia, Federal Republic of Erusea


President Hector Neeleman, Gen. David A. Parkinson, P.M. Marcus Danial


Wielvakia, 250,000, Erusea, 300,000


Wielvakia, 65,000, Erusea 72,000


The ISAF-Erusea war left Erusea in ruins. Erusean refugees fled to Nordland, Sapin, and Wielvakia. The Eruseans settled in to refugee camps in Tucson, Colton, and Statly.


The Eruseans, however, were not happy in Wielvakia. They started subtly, by threatening guards and others. However, tensions increased, and soon, they started assaulting the Wielvakians. The Wielvakians asked the Erusean national government about the refugee situation, to which they replied that they allowed their citizens to bear arms. Tensions got worse. On September 01, 2010, Erusea simeltaneously declared war and occupied 67% of Wielvakia.

The war[]

The war in Wielvakia[]

The Eruseans were spread too thin, however, due to military fatigue. Reinforcements failed to arrive, and the Wielvakians took back their country within 2 weeks.

The largest cities of Colton, Statly, and Telsey (all containing a large number of Eruseans) were occupied largely. The city of Colton was the first city to be liberated. Wielvakian troops expanded around the city of Tucson and from a base in Northern Wielvakia. The Eruseans were routed without too much of a fight.

The war in Erusea[]

The Wielvakians then conducted a landing on a lightly fortified beach head codenamed LZ Quebec on September 16, 2010. They expanded at a steady rate, and on October 04, 2010, they had taken a major base, Le Chariot. Le Chariot Combat base resembled Khe Sanh, with a main airstrip and four hills, respectively named hill Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, and Delta. They held this position for several weeks, during which there were two major attempts from Eruseans to retake the base. Both had failed.

In late December, a large number of Wielvakian troops moved further inland. They discovered that the Eruseans were already dug in around their next base, Fort Akers hill. Fort Akers hill was different, in that most of the base was dug in the mountain and resembled an airport gate in some respects. There were four large bunkers facing North, East, West, and South, with foxholes scattered around. The base was taken by Wielvakians, but with high casualty rates. Reinforcements were supposed to be sent from Le Chariot, but were delayed due to ambush.

The Wielvakians, now having majorly occupied almost half of Erusea, continued on Northeast to Farbanti. There were two bases standing in their way: Le Liberte, and Mt. Courage. They pushed on, though got sidetracked into a valley. The Eruseans were preparing an ambush there, and the Wielvakians would have faced defeat if it were not for a miracle in air support. The Wielvakians also faced heavy resistance while taking Le Liberte on the second of February, 2011. This base was comprised of two components: A hill with entrenchments and a main base resembling Cruik fortress in Yuktobania.

During this time, ISAF had given support for Wielvakia. ISAF had wanted Erusea to be pacified once and for all. San Proffeta Int'l airport in San Salvacion was turned into a makeshift airbase for Wielvakian cargo landings. The ISAF air force had also provided help with some air support. ISAF had not wanted to invade Erusea because they, too, were recovering form the mid 2000's war.

Surrender of Erusea[]

The war by now had elapsed for six-and-a-half months. Erusean troops and tanks were gathering largely near Mt. Courage, which was located 19 mi northeast of a town. The next battle could see a lot of bloodshed for the Wielvakians. If they were routed here, the Wielvakians would have a very hard time and would risk a re-invasion. However, the Erusean heads of state could not bear to see their capital city fall again, especially during their reconstruction period. On Februrary 06, 2011 at 1624 hrs, four days after the Battle of Le Liberte, Erusea surrendered to Wielvakia under the condition that all Wielvakian Army presence in Erusea was removed. A peace treaty was drafted shortly afterwards, and Wielvakia left Erusea to go home. During those six and a half long months, 78% of Erusea fell.


Erusea got back on its feet by 2015. It seemed to have even forgiven Wielvakia and became partners. The two countries worked together with each other into the future. As for Wielvakia, reconstruction had taken a little longer, and economic stability was not established until 2017.

In 2012, the Wielvakian government released to the public a series of documents, involving maps of the occupied Erusean bases and an invasion map.