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The war began shortly after Alconbria invaded Belize. Alconbria violated the Guatemalan Treaty by invading Guatemala on 24 February, 2014. Mexico joined the war shortly after Alconbria promised support following the US Invasion of Mexico.
The war was a military disaster for the Botin-Rodriguez Union and the NATO, as the Alconbria forces took more than 3 million Union soldiers as war prisoners, and killed more than 1 million in combat, while only losing around 30,000.
Alconbria's relation with it's neighbours already attained friction well before the outbreak of war. The Central American countries were highly critical of Alconbria's unstable government, which in 6 years already had 2 coups.
Altivebrio, the country in which Alconbria broke of following the Altivebrian Civil War called for a economic sanctions and total isolation of Alconbria. Helio Maradona of Nicaragua called from a UN-backed invasion of Alconbria to sort out the government.
Other countries were not impressed by the inhumane treatment of the native Maya population of the Alconbrian government.
On 4th January, 2014, Alconbria made international headlines after invading it's neighbouring country of Belize, overrunning the country in 4 days. The Alconbrian Army then proceded to march into Guatemala, but the attacks were called off after Joseph Allende signed the Guatemalan Treaty, with Luigi Botin of Guatemala.
While Alconbria began arming it's military for further invasions, the other Central American nations couldn't do so, due to various anti-war protests, war against drugs and lack of proper funding.
Altivebrio and Honduras began deporting Alconbrian citizens, which stirred up the hatred between these nations. In a national address, President Augustin Altiver called Altivebrio and Honduras 'nations of dirty pigs'.
Luigi Botin met with Altivebrian Premier Federico Rodriguez on behalf of the head of states of the other Central American countries under threat and signed the Botin-Rodriguez Pact, a many-clause treaty which unified the defenses and economy of the involved countries in case of an Alconbrian aggression.
Outbreak of WarEdit
Subsequently, the North Army invaded El Salvador and captured the country in only two days after the Salvadoran army was wiped out during the Battle of San Salvador. Senior politicians and surving army of El Salvador fled to Choluteca in Honduras.
Soon, the Alconbrian Army began attacking Guatemala from the east and from the north. Guatemala immediately got reinforcements from Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Honduras. The Alconbrian Navy was unable to stop aid planes and ships due to them arriving from the wp:Atlantic Ocean.
After the assimilation of El Salvador, the North Army, along with the East and South armies led a large scale invasion of Honduras and Nicaragua. The borders were levelled using missiles, and the army pushed forward, encountering little to no resistance till the South Army reached the city of Comayagua, which housed a United Nations airbase. The South Army, with assistance from the air force captured the city, but it was a Pyrrhic victory, as the South Army had lost over a thousand men.
Altivebrio was sieged by ships, bombed by planes and attacked by infantry, and the entire country was captured within 5 days.
On 4th May, the last territories of Guatemala and Costa Rica fell, and more than 4,000 US Army soldiers were taken prisoner.
UN Blockade of AlconbriaEdit
The United States called for a entire blockade of Alconbria following it's defeat in the War.
Invasion of PanamaEdit
Knowing that a blockwade would cripple Alconbria, Augustin Altiver ordered for an invasion of Panama. Knowing that the country could not fight a war, Panama surrendered on 10 May, 2014. Officially, the Territory of Panama came into Alconbrian government control on 15 May, 2014.
Invasion of ColombiaEdit
Various countries of the NATO and UN began establishing a defense line and headquarters in Colombia. To prevent this from happening, Altiver ordered the invasion of Colombia. After a brutal war, the Colombian government fell on 29 June, 2014.
Formation of CADCEdit
Alconbria, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Mexico came together and formed the Central American Defense Coalition on 1 July, 2014.