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The Invasion of Alconbria, also known as Operation Hamburger by the United States, and Operation Democracy internationally was a joint military invasion of the Federal State of Alconbria by a coalition led by the United States, lasting from 2 December, 2014 till 18 May, 2015. The invasion consisted of major combat operations to reach the Alconbrian government capital of New Alcacer within a month after the beginning to depose the government of Augustin Voimer.
The invasion was originially supposed to last for a month, but it lasted for 5 and a half months till the Voimer government surrendered. The coalition initially expected no resistance, as they had no idea about the existance of the Alconbrian Sekurigilo Fuerza defense forces. The coalition had also widely underestimated the strength of the Alconbrian Navy.
The US-led coalition failed to overthrow the Alconbrian government, but nevertheless the targets surrendered. Parts of Alconbria was briefly occupied by the invading forces for the next year. The conquered territories of Alconbria wasn't occupied, and as per the Treaty of New Alcacer, the conquered territories were given autonomy, but were still part of the extended Alconbrian state, drawing international criticism, and violent outlashes in parts of Southern America. Eventually, the Graham Plan was enforced, which granted the citizens of Alconbrian conquered territory personal civil freedom, civil rights and political freedom, but their country's economy and military would be subordinate to Alconbria, as well as the production rights to the national resources. The Alconbrian government could not interfere in the politics of the country, but can act as advisory agents or can have a provisional government in case of political instability.