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The '''Freedomian-Legendstries War''' was an early conflict between the Empire of Freedomia, led by Prime Minister Mark Williams and Lord Chancellor Dakoda George, and Legendstries, a small fiefdom whose leader entered into a personal quarrel with the Freedomian Prime Minister, leading to a declaration of war. Freedomia was supported by the Kingdom of Kirkland during the brief conflict.{{Infobox military conflict
 
| conflict = Freedomian-Legendstries War
 
| conflict = Freedomian-Legendstries War
 
| date = 9 March 2011 - 21 March 2011
 
| date = 9 March 2011 - 21 March 2011
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| result = Dissolution of Legendstries, Victory for Freedomia
 
| result = Dissolution of Legendstries, Victory for Freedomia
 
| combatant1 = '''Freedomia'''<br>
 
| combatant1 = '''Freedomia'''<br>
{{flagiconstart|Flagfreedomia.jpg}} [[Empire of Freedomia]] <br> {{flagiconstart|Flag of Kirkland.jpg}} [[Kingdom of Kirkland]]
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{{flagiconstart|Flagfreedomia.jpg}} [[Kingdom of Freihetia|Empire of Freedomia]] <br> {{flagiconstart|Flag of Kirkland.jpg}} [[Kingdom of Kirkland]]
 
| combatant2 = '''Legenstries'''<br>
 
| combatant2 = '''Legenstries'''<br>
 
{{flagiconstart|Noflag.png}} Legendstries
 
{{flagiconstart|Noflag.png}} Legendstries
| commander1 = {{flagiconstart|Flagfreedomia.jpg}} [[Mark II]]<br>{{flagiconstart|Flagfreedomia.jpg}} [[Dakoda George]]<br>{{flagiconstart|Flag of Kirkland.jpg}} [[King Brayden I of Kirkland | King Brayden I]]
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| commander1 = {{flagiconstart|Flagfreedomia.jpg}} Markus II<br>{{flagiconstart|Flagfreedomia.jpg}} [[Dakoda George]]<br>{{flagiconstart|Flag of Kirkland.jpg}} [[King Brayden I of Kirkland|King Brayden I]]
 
| commander2 = {{flagiconstart|Noflag.png}} Garrett J. Piofcyk
 
| commander2 = {{flagiconstart|Noflag.png}} Garrett J. Piofcyk
 
| strength1 = [[File:Flagfreedomia.jpg|border|25px]] ?<br>
 
| strength1 = [[File:Flagfreedomia.jpg|border|25px]] ?<br>
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=== The War begins&nbsp;  ===
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==Summary==
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President Garrett Piofyck of Legendstries claimed in early March 2011 Freedomia was a "Nazi fascist" state, angering Prime Minister Mark Williams, who declared war on Legenstries in retaliation, demanding its surrender and annexation into the Empire.
  
In mid-March 2011, President Garrett J. Piofcyk of the Republic of Legendstries began releasing information that Freedomia was a Nazi, fascist, state. The Prime Minister at the time, Mark II, grew very angry at this, and, after recieving approval from the Government, declared a Cold War on the country.
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There were during this war no casualties or direct fighting. It was only after Piofcyk was ill that Prime Minister Williams unilaterally declared victory, adding that Piofyck oft refused to acknowledge the conflict. Victory was declared on 21 March 2011 by Williams in a missive to Lord Chancellor George.
  
=== End of the war ===
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==Later developments==
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In September 2016, President Piofcyk claimed that Legendstries never really existed. In an effort to discredit the Holy Empire of New Israel's government, whose leader Markus II was the former Prime Minister of Freedomia, the Grand Republic of Delvera solicited Piofcyk to give his side of the story. While Piofcyk claimed Legendstries never existed, Markus maintains it did exist, albeit as a relatively non-serious entity. Moreover, Markus possesses documents dated from October 2009 that corroborate the existence of the entity.<ref>[https://lavradabannerman.wordpress.com/2016/09/23/a-cathedral-of-cards-the-true-face-of-new-israel/ "A Cathedral of Cards: The True Face of New Israel", the ''Lavrada Bannerman''. 22 September 2016.]</ref>
  
Late that March, the President became very ill, so much that he, in fact, was unable to rule his country. As Legendstries grew more and more inactive, Williams declared victory for Freedomia on the 21st.
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==References==
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Latest revision as of 04:43, 10 January 2020

The Freedomian-Legendstries War was an early conflict between the Empire of Freedomia, led by Prime Minister Mark Williams and Lord Chancellor Dakoda George, and Legendstries, a small fiefdom whose leader entered into a personal quarrel with the Freedomian Prime Minister, leading to a declaration of war. Freedomia was supported by the Kingdom of Kirkland during the brief conflict.

Freedomian-Legendstries War
Date9 March 2011 - 21 March 2011
Location
Result Dissolution of Legendstries, Victory for Freedomia
Belligerents

Freedomia

Flagfreedomia.jpg Empire of Freedomia
Flag of Kirkland.jpg Kingdom of Kirkland

Legenstries

Noflag.png Legendstries
Commanders and leaders
Flagfreedomia.jpg Markus II
Flagfreedomia.jpg Dakoda George
Flag of Kirkland.jpg King Brayden I
Noflag.png Garrett J. Piofcyk
Strength

Flagfreedomia.jpg ?

Flag of Kirkland.jpg 4
Noflag.png ?

Summary

President Garrett Piofyck of Legendstries claimed in early March 2011 Freedomia was a "Nazi fascist" state, angering Prime Minister Mark Williams, who declared war on Legenstries in retaliation, demanding its surrender and annexation into the Empire.

There were during this war no casualties or direct fighting. It was only after Piofcyk was ill that Prime Minister Williams unilaterally declared victory, adding that Piofyck oft refused to acknowledge the conflict. Victory was declared on 21 March 2011 by Williams in a missive to Lord Chancellor George.

Later developments

In September 2016, President Piofcyk claimed that Legendstries never really existed. In an effort to discredit the Holy Empire of New Israel's government, whose leader Markus II was the former Prime Minister of Freedomia, the Grand Republic of Delvera solicited Piofcyk to give his side of the story. While Piofcyk claimed Legendstries never existed, Markus maintains it did exist, albeit as a relatively non-serious entity. Moreover, Markus possesses documents dated from October 2009 that corroborate the existence of the entity.[1]

References