June Revolution (Bahal)

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June Revolution
Myzok Berdu Revolutionah
Date 12–18 June 2015
Location Bahal
Result Abdication of Joerigwane as chief, creation of the Republic of Bahal
link={{{2}}} National Party of Bahal
link={{{2}}} National League
link={{{2}}} Anti Monarchists
link={{{2}}} Legianas
link={{{2}}} Bahali Armed Forces
link={{{2}}} Kingdom of Bahal
link={{{2}}} Royal Gendarmerie
link={{{2}}} Samuel Benjamin Bakker
link={{{2}}} Shady Morsi
link={{{2}}} Rick-Trevor Wietmarchen
link={{{2}}} Timo Vink
link={{{2}}} Kevin Vanhaar
link={{{2}}} Joerigwane
link={{{2}}} Ayan He'daan
link={{{2}}} 16
link={{{2}}} 10
link={{{2}}} 7
Injuries and losses
0 3 Injured
The June Revolution in Bahal in 2015. It was centered on Bahalneya, then the capital (now Bahal City ), on 12 June The revolution was confined to the capital and its vicinity, and lasted less than a week. It involved mass demonstrations and armed clashes with the gendarmes, the last loyal forces of the Bahali monarchy. In the last days the Bahali Army forces sided with the revolutionaries. The immediate result of the revolution was the abdication of King-Chief, Joerigwane , the end of the dynasty, and the end of the Kingdom of Bahal. The Chief-King was replaced by a Bahali Republic under the leadership of the Revoluition

This revolution appeared to break out spontaneously, without any real leadership or formal planning. Bahal had been suffering from a number of economic and social problems, which were compounded by the impact of the monarchy. strikers were joined on the streets by disaffected soldiers from the city's garrison. As more and more troops deserted, and with loyal troops away the city fell into a state of chaos, leading to the overthrow of the Chief.