First Civil Conflict of the Arstotzkan Union

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First Civil Conflict of the Arstotzkan Union
Part of Arstotzkan Wars
DateSeptember 18th 2019 - November 25th 2019 (2 Months, 7 Days)
Arstotzkan Union Proper, Independent Federal Republic of the Arstotzkan Union
Result Arstotzkan Victory. Arstotzkan Union re-established

Arstotzkan Union

Arstotzkan Union Defense Forces
Ministry of Defense of the Arstotzkan Union
Commanders and leaders
President Ethan Brinkman Jack Miller
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The First Civil Conflict of the Arstotzkan Union, or the First Arstotzkan Civil War began on September 18, 2019 and concluded on November 25th 2019, with the re-establishment of the Arstotzkan Union under the leadership of the original President, Ethan Brinkman.


On the evening of September 17, 2019, Lt. Tyler Brazier (now Captain), presented to the President of the Arstotzkan Union an idea that would force the presentation of identification at the border. This became a massive problem as multiple things had worked up until this moment. On September 18, 2019, time unknown, Minister of Defense, Piran McGee, forced the President to shut down the Arstotzkan Union. This decision was approved by the President.

On October 23, 2019 the, Dissolution of the Union, document was created. This document was created as a means to end the very new nation and appease the people involved in the shutdown of the Arstotzkan Union.

Following the departure of the former Minister of Defense, the President, without the knowledge of the Minister of Defense, re-created the Arstotzkan Union. On the 23rd of November the Recreation of the Union document was drafted with the plan to have the Arstotzkan Union reunited by the 25th and to end the First Civil Conflict of the Arstotzkan Union.


The First Civil Conflict of the Arstotzkan Union was decided to be remembered as the First Civil War of the Arstotzkan Union on June 29, 2020, however, Arstotzkan High Command decided that the conflict was not a war but a Civil Conflict and thus renamed it to the First Civil Conflict of the Arstotzkan Union on the 14th of September 2020.