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Global Spanish War
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Part of the Native Wars
Battle Statistics
Global State
Date: South America: May 13, 2081 - August 30, 2090

Hiatus: August 31, 2090 - January 4, 2144
Euro-Africa: January 5, 2144 - August 25, 2146

Location: North & South America, Europe & Africa
Combatants:
Casualtys:
War Status
Proceeded by: First Dark War
Succeeded by: Second Dark War
The Global Spanish War, sometimes referred to as World War III by New Age historians, was among the first & ultimately the last of the Native Wars fought in the interwar years. It began with the invasion of Mexico & entered a hiatus after the fall of Tierra del Fuego. It resumed upon the end of the Barbarian War between the Global State & the Barbarian Empire, ultimately linking up the State with the Spanish Empire.

BackgroundEdit

WarEdit

Latin American CampaignEdit

Main article: Caribbean Campaign

Invasion of MexicoEdit

Main article: Invasion of Mexico

Fall of Central AmericaEdit

Main article: Fall of Central America

Battle of CubaEdit

Main article: Battle of Cuba

Battle of HaitiEdit

Main article: Battle of Haiti

South American CampaignEdit

Battle of BrazilEdit

Main article: Battle of Brazil

Surrender in ArgentinaEdit

Main article: Fall of Spanish Argentina

HiatusEdit

Main article: Barbarian War
Main article: Inuit War
Main article: Global Rebellion

Euro-African CampaignEdit

Unification of FranceEdit

Main article: Operation Solidification
Main article: Vichy Campaign

Battles of Greece & YugoslaviaEdit

North African advancesEdit

Battle of ItalyEdit

Surrender of AfricaEdit

Main article: Fall of Spanish Africa

Spanish CampaignsEdit

Main article: Battle of Spain
Main article: Gibraltar Campaign
Main article: Portugal Campaign
Main article: Zaragoza Campaign

Battle of MadridEdit

Surrender of the Spanish EmpireEdit

AftermathEdit


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