Flamaguayan Civil War

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Flamaguayan Civil War
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(clockwise from top left)
  • A bomb explodes during the Battle of Talena
  • Fighter-bombers in formation
  • Infantry deploy wearing gas masks
  • A child exhibits chemical weapons wounds
Result Collapse of the Flamaguayan state
Declaration of the Structure of Abolition

FlamaguayPopular Concordant for Defense

  • Coalition of Resistance
  • National Confederated Militias
  • Barránal Autonomous Government
  • Order of Fraternal Self-Defense Units
  • Guardians of the Lighthouse
  • Socialist League of Flamaguay - Armed Front

Supported by:
 Poláček Empire

 Zegora and Bogatovia (1960–1961)
Progress Front
Commanders and leaders
A bunch of old farts Javier Montt
Ernestina Zudíl
Florino Didier
1958 Strength:
500,000 infantry
1,200 aircraft
600 tanks
1958 Strength:
350,000 infantry
900 aircraft
450 tanks
Casualties and losses
c.20 million killed
c.34 million displaced

Widespreaed usage of chemical and biological kills millions, leaves 90% of country in ruin.

An assault guard soldier equipped with an smg.