Anglo-Altivebrian War
Part of the Anglo-Altivebrian wars
Alconbrian Luvastrusjeuders during the Battle of Strilonet, 18 August 1900.
Date 10 August, 1900 – 19 December, 1900
(4 months, 1 week, 3 days)
Location Protectorate of Alconbria and parts of Altivebrio
Result British victory.
Uk United Kingdom
Britishaltivebrio Alconbria
Altivebrio Altivebrio
Uk Richard Talbot
Britishaltivebrio Richard Jennings
Altivebrio Nicolás Ruiz Portillo
Altivebrio Juan Zamora
Uk United Kingdom:
  • 150,000 soldiers
  • 500 ships

Britishaltivebrio Alconbria:

  • 600,000 soldiers
  • 87 ships
  • 5000 artillery
Altivebrio Altivebrio:
  • 700,000 soldiers
  • 318 ships
  • 800 artillery
Casualties and losses
Uk United Kingdom:
  • 72,283 soldiers killed
  • 72 ships sunk
  • 192 artillery destroyed

Britishaltivebrio Alconbria:

  • 78,394 soldiers killed
  • 29 ships sunk
  • 61 artillery destroyed
Altivebrio Altivebrio:
  • 628,384 soldiers killed
  • 288 ships sunk
  • 723 artillery destroyed
88,000 - 95,000 civilians killed
~874,061 total

The Second Anglo-Altivebrian War refers to the intense armed conflict between the United Kingdom and the Provisional Government of Altivebrio from 10 August till 19 December, 1900. The war began soon after the Britain sold British Altivebrio to Amelia Bankwyn to establish a British protectorate, after the crown ruled that British Altivebrio being a crown colony was economically nonviable.

Seeking the chance to recapture territory lost in the previous Anglo-Altivebrian War, Nicolás Ruiz Portillo invaded the Protectorate of Alconbria soon after its formation, but was subsequently repelled back by the combined armies of the Alconbrians and the British. Despite British objections, the Alconbrians continued to advance, and captured Einvoriano on 28 November, and Servencia on 3 December. The Altivebrian army was completely obilerated, along with its navy, so Portillo signed a peace treaty on 19 December 1900, ending the war.

The peace treaty was seen as a sign of defeat by the general population, leading to an insurgency by the Sillamen, a group of right wing extremists led by Juan Rodrigo Silla, and was also one of the indirect causes of the communist revolution led by Carlos Novella in 1919.

Miguel de Odeo noted that the defeat was a stain in the pride of Altivebrio, and successfully annexed the protectorate in 1926, soon after he assumed power.

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