Toscanan-Emilian War

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Toscanan-Emilian War

Toscanan forces advancing along the Emili's southern coastline (1962)
Date1st January 1960 - 12th May 1973
Location
Fortunan Archipelago
Result

Allied states victory

  • Collapse of the People's Republic of Toscani
  • Allied states take control of the entire archipelago
  • Creation of the State of Toscani
  • Creation of the Fortunan Confederation
  • Hundreds of thousands of civilians killed or displaced
  • Genocide of certain political, species, ethnic, and religious groups, most being Toscanan
  • Collapse of socialist and communist movements on the archipelago
  • The rise of Fortunan fascism
Belligerents

People's Republic of Toscani

Support:
Packilvania
(1960-1965)
Sorentavia
(1960-1966)

Principality of Emili
Principality of Ancona

Support:
Commanders and leaders
Morena Innocenti
(Head Secretary of Toscani)
Sigismondo Tiraboschi
(Prime Minister of Toscani)
Giorgio Abbadelli
(Defense Minister of Toscani)
Aristeo II
(Prince of Emili)
Silvana Acciaio
(Prime Minister of Emili)
Emiliano Micheli
(Defense Minister of Emili)
Prudenzio V
(Prince of Ancona)
Lino Brunetti
(Prime Minister of Ancona)
Palmiro De Campo
(Defense Minister of Ancona)
Strength
160,000 troops 175,000 troops
80,000 troops
Casualties and losses
100,000 soldiers
650,000 civilians
60,000 soldiers
350,000 civilians
15,000 soldiers
30,000 civilians

The Toscanan-Emilian War, or officially known in Fortuna as the War Against Foreign Aggression, was an armed conflict primarily between the People's Republic of Toscani and the Principality of Emili.