November War
Part of Alconbrian Wars

Alconbrian Forjersquaders in the Amazon rainforest
Date 2 – 29 November, 2015
(27 days)
Location South America
Result Decisive Coalition victory
  • Martial law established all over South America
Cadc CADC Unitedresistance United Resistance
Bandidos leales a la resistencia BLLR
Fidelidad Fidelidad
Supported by

Usa United States of America
Uk United Kingdom
Natoflag NATO

Alconbria Augustin Voimer
Alconbria Carlos Lluch
Alconbria Ignacio Guillitoner
Alconbria Alejandro Espinas
Alconbria Laurel Copete
Cadc Shavar Brown
Freebrazil Heitor Ribenboim
Freebrazil Paulo Andrade
Unitedresistance Horacio Maldonado
Bandidos leales a la resistencia Eduardo Cortez
Bandidos leales a la resistencia Marco Bolsa
Bandidos leales a la resistencia Nicanor Larraguibel
Fidelidad Sebastin de Favardo
Fidelidad Alfredo Mori
Fidelidad Juan Zuniga
Alconbria 1,500,000 soldiers
Freebrazil 3,550,000 soldiers
800,000 regulars
1,400,000 irregulars
Casualties and losses
Alconbria 283,845 soldiers
Freebrazil 823,485 soldiers
782,834 regulars
1,394,283 irregulars
3,485,293 civilians

The November War (Alconbrian: Por oj Lernovs) was a brief armed conflict fought between the Federal State of Alconbria, its client states and the unified resistance it encountered in South America after Operation Pugno. The resistance armies were alleged to have been trained by NATO, but there isn't any evidence to support Alconbria's claims.

The war was heavily condemned by the outside world due to the various human rights violations and war crimes perpetrated by the Alconbrian army and the United Army. The war violated the Treaty of New Alcacer, which intended to guarantee civil and political freedom to the inhabitants of the conquered territories. After the war, the Alconbrians rounded up civilians and forced them to work.