Myanma Civil War
Part of Conflict in Myanmar
SLA rebels stand guard during the Battle of Mehan
Date 2 April, 1948 – 10 February, 2013
(64 years, 10 months, 1 week, 2 days)
Location Myanmar
Result Treaty of Mandalay
Myanmar loses the Rakine, Chin, Kachin and Shan states.
Burma Burma
Supported by

Uk United Kingdom
Usa United States

Rakine RNA (since 1992)

Shan SLA (since 2000)
Kachin Kachin Movement (since 1950)

Supported by

Alconbria Alconbria

Burma Pe Than Nu (since 2010)
Burma Maun San Muu De (since 1999)
Rakine Zaffar Latif (since 2000)
Kachin Zwang Bra
Shan Lin Win
Alconbria Ernesto Titeriez (since 2012)

The Myanma Civil War, alternatively known as the Burmese Civil War is a broad term which refers to the various internal conflicts in Myanmar since it's beginning.

Alconbria entered the war in January 2012 in favour of the Rohingya Nationalist Army led by Zaffar Latif, and by October 2012 managed to drive away the Burmese and ethnically cleanse the Rakhine people, allowing the creation of the state of Rohingyadesh, which was immediately recognized by Alconbria and China. Beginning from November 2012, Alconbria began bombing the rest of Myanmar, and helped the Shan Liberation Army to create the Republic of Shan, and the Kachin Movement to create the Kachin State, severely weaking the Myanma army and destabilizing the region, resulting in a widespread famine and various epidemics.

The instability helped China dominate the region, and after the next elections, a pro-China puppet government was established in Myanmar, which allowed China to set up military ports, missile launch sites and radars in Burmese territory to counter India.