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This is a list of the military engagements that have taken place since the Sicilian War.

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Sicilian WarEdit

Sicilian War

Landing1

Sweden's landing in Sicily

Date 1941-1941
Location Italy, Mediterranian
Result

Swedish Strategic Victory

Most of Greece Liberated

Sicily remains Italian

Belligerents
Consulate of Sweden Republic of Italy
Commanders and leaders

Swedish Armed Forces

General Adam Lewenhaupt

Italian Armed Forces

Commander Forchi

Strength(In Sicily)

32,000 Soldiers

235 Tanks

90 Artillery peices

70 Aircraft

One invasion fleet

150,000 Soldiers

400 Tanks

200 Artillery peices

100 Aircraft

Two fleets

Casualties and losses

Sweden

Total Dead: 446 Confirmed killed

Wounded: 2,456 Soldiers

Italy Total Dead: 2,229 Confirmed dead

Wounded: 878

Under Casualties and Losses please list if they were Killed, Missing/Captured, Wounded, or Injured/Diseased/ Other Medical*

The Sicilian war is a military conflict between the Republic of Italy and the Consulate of Sweden.

The war began after Italy refused to liberate Greece and Ethiopia from their control. As a result a massive invasion of Sicily was made. Sweden initially won the first battles of the war. Sweden demanded that Italy cede Sicily as punishment for annexing Greece and Ethiopia. After Italy denied the demand, the war continued in Sicily. The invasion fleet was blocked from assiting the 32,000 Men stranded in Sicily. Despite being stranded the Swedish troops continued their offensive on the island. After finding victories pointless as the Italians kept their attempts to retake the island a constant troops were withdrawn back to Sweden.








The Chechen WarEdit

Chechen War

Chechen war 1

Russian troops moving out in Georgia

Date 1941 - 1941
Location Georgia, Chechen Mountain Range
Result

Peace Treaty

Georgia split up in 2 occupation zones

Will become independent in 1942

Belligerents
Russian Federation

Persian Empire

Kingdom of Georgia

Commanders and leaders

Russian Armed Forces

General Georgy Zhukov

Persian Armed Forces

General Shafir Astan

General Georgi Arkovi

Strength

1,570,000 Soldiers

2,000 Tanks

1,100 Half tracks

1,270 Artillery peices

800 Aircraft

16 Vessels

720,000 Persian

13,000 Georgian

880 Tanks

(?) Artillery peices

(?) Aircraft

14 Vessels

Casualties and losses

Russia

Total Dead: 26,803

Wounded: 3,750 Soldiers

Persia

Total Dead: 22,159 

Wounded: 1,422

No POWs or rampant disease played any part in the Chechen War's head count

The Chechen War was a very brief conflict between the Russian Federation and the Persian Empire.

Georgia refused Russia's entry and deployment into the country as part of puppetry and servitude under the Krekov Deal. The Persian Empire had declared Georgia a puppet in their sphere of influence, and the Russian Federation deployed masses of troops to the country. Conflict erupted as Persia fired the first shot. It was the bloodiest week in the history of human conflicts, with 26,000 Russian casualties and 22,000 Persian casualties in just 7 days. The peace treaty proposed by Persia states that Persia can not sphere or puppet any former Soviet states except for Turkmenistan, and Georgia will remain split between 2 occupation zones, the north being Russian and the south being Persian.











The Second Russo-Swedish WarEdit

The Second Russo-Swedish War

Winter war picture

A Swedish sniper in the latter half of the war

Date 1941-1941
Location Finland, Scandinavia
Result

Ceasefire

Belligerents
Consulate of Sweden Russian Federation
Commanders and leaders

Swedish Armed Forces

General Adam Lewenhaupt

Russian Armed Forces

General Georgy Zhukov

Strength

600,000 Soldiers

(?) Tanks

(?) Artillery peices

(?) Aircraft

2,570,000 Soldiers

3,000 Tanks

6,600 Artillery peices

4,000 Aircraft

Casualties and losses

Sweden

Total Dead: Estimate of 300,000

Wounded: Estimate of 90,000

Russia

Total Dead: Estimate of 260,000

Wounded: Estimate of 100,000

No POWs or rampant diseases played any part in the casualties of this war.

The Second Russo-Swedish War was a 2 week conflict between the Russian Federation and the Consulate of Sweden.

In mid January of 1940, Sweden mobilized an invasion force of 200,000 soldiers to capture St. Petersburg and border settlements. After overwhelming numbers and urban guerrilla warfare ran the Swedish out of St. Petersburg, Russia mounted the largest counter-invasion in history. 2,300,000 soldiers, 3,000 tanks, 4,000 fighters and 6,600 mobile artillery pieces counter-invaded Finland, driving them back miles. The war came to a resolution with a ceasefire, although a De-Militarized Zone was proposed by sub-belligerents. The Consulate of Sweden agreed not to make any more moves on the Russian Federation from thus forth.









Italian-Spanish WarEdit

Italian-Spanish War

Propagan1

Anti-Italian propaganda used in Spain

Date 1941 - 1941
Location Mediterranean
Result

Italy gains money to rebuild destroyer

Belligerents

Axis Alliance

State of Spain

Nazi Germany

Supported by

Republic of Sweden

Empire of Iran

Republic (?) of Israel

Italian Republic

Commanders and leaders

Spanish Armed Forces

General Francisco Franco

Admiral Miguel Halañza

German Armed Forces

Italian Armed Forces

Strength
Casualties and losses

Spanish Armed Forces

1 Submarine*

8 sailors*

German Armed Forces

None

Italian Armed Forces

1 Destroyer

*= Death from shipwreck

The Italian-Spanish War did not involve any actual fighting but it did create tensions within the Axis Alliance.

The conflict begin when Italy staged a Spanish submarine blowing up an Italian destroyer. Franco blamed it on Republican insurgents when questioned by the Italian government, however Italy called the excuse fake and mobilized a fleet heading to Spain. The Spanish fleet moved to Cadiz as apart of a much larger plan. Germany pledged support for Spain, saying there is little evidence of Spain's supposed attack and sent hundreds of tanks as well as 30 U-Boats to support Spain. Italy demanded Valencia or naval bases in the Canaries however Spain declined both. Italy eventually setteled for a payment of money to rebuild their destroyer provided by Germany.














The Fifteenth CrusadeEdit

The Fifteenth Crusade

Swedish afrika kars fifteenth crusade

A military vehicle of the Swedish Afrika Kars in Egypt

Date 1941-1941
Location Persia, Middle East
Result

No conflict seen

Belligerents
Consulate of Sweden Persian Empire
Commanders and leaders

Swedish Armed Forces

General Rito Rysi

Persian Armed Forces

General (?)

Strength

(?) Soldiers

(?) Tanks

(?) Artillery peices

(?) Aircraft

(?)

(?) Tanks

(?) Artillery peices

(?) Aircraft

Casualties and losses

Sweden

Total Dead: No casualties taken

Wounded: No injuries taken

Persia

Total Dead: No casualties taken

Wounded: No injuries taken

No POWs or rampant diseases played any part in the casualties of this war.

The Fifteenth Crusade was a war between the Roman Catholic states of Italy and Sweden and the Persian Empire. The Fifteenth Crusade was based around the extirpation of Zoroastrianisms for the abuse of former Middle Eastern cultures over the years. The pope sent it into motion on the basis that the Persian Empire was destroying Islam, Hebrew and other minority religions in the middle east for mass conversion to Zoroastrianism. Sweden was a major contributor to the crusade, but no military confrontations actually occurred during the crusade.

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