Lurnex Civil War

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Lurnex Civil War
Date7th April - 6th May 2019
Location
Result Fascist win
Belligerents

Lurnex First

Lurnex Anti-Fascist Party

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  • Military Division Bravo team two E35C74EE-3EEA-4D68-8B2D-379EE420AE2E.jpeg
  • Military division Charlie team two E35C74EE-3EEA-4D68-8B2D-379EE420AE2E.jpeg
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Commanders and leaders

Lurnex First Leaders

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  • Thomas El-Tegani
  • Marko I Markoslavempireflag.png
  • Abdullah Mifusda Owhil Flag.png

Lurnex Anti-Fascist Party Leaders

  • Finn Sullivan E35C74EE-3EEA-4D68-8B2D-379EE420AE2E.jpeg
  • Jon Stone E35C74EE-3EEA-4D68-8B2D-379EE420AE2E.jpeg
  • Gregory Sigurd-Son Flag33333333333 (2).png
  • Alexander Smith E35C74EE-3EEA-4D68-8B2D-379EE420AE2E.jpeg

The Lurnex Civil War is a war that went on from the 7th of April to 6 May 2019 Republic Of Lurnex. Right wing Fascists faught against the left wing leaning anti-fascists. Hamish Smith led Fascist party Lurnex First in alliance with Markoslavia, Owhil, The Imperial Xinaing Empire and The TamTamweed Militia. Alexander Smith led the anti-fascist party titled Lurnex Anti-Fascist Party. The anti-fascist party were in alliance with the Sucaflese Military of Sucon. The civil war was started due to Alexander Smith's hatred for Fascism after being exiled from leader of Lurnex.

Conflicts

Battle of Dochbury fields

Anti-Fascist soldiers set up outside Dochbury in attempt to surprise Lurnex First soldiers. On the 14th of April 2019 the Anti-Fascist soldiers surprise attacked the Lurnex First military. 23 minutes after the attack started Lurnex First called to the aid of nearby Owhil soldiers. When they arrived the Anti-Fascists were immediately outnumbered. The Fascists decided to start an offensive attack and circle the Anti-Fascists into their set-up camp. The remaining troops were taken hostage and the Anti-Fascists were defeated.

Battle of Foxville

On the 17th of April. Late at night when the Fascist forces were bunked down Anti-Fascist forces launched a surprise attack. They traveled round the back of the city and pushed through the farm up behind the houses that housed the soldiers and placed smoke bombs at the exits of the buildings. The Anti-Fascists then pulled the fire alarm and as all the fascist soldiers ran out the two buildings they were gunned down. During this time Hamish Smith was meeting with the leader of Markoslavia and Owhil. On returning to the city Hamish was forced to fight off the Anti-Fascists but he sadly couldn't hold them off meaning Hamish and his fascist army lost the battle.

Recapture of Foxville

With Foxville under the control by Anti-Fascists. Hamish Smith decided he needed the city back under his control before Alexander Smith and the Anti-Fascists worked on a bigger, stronger army. He decided to launch an attack on the Anti-Fascists on 19 April 2019. Hamish moved troops to flank around the outline of the city so no Anti-Fascists would leave. The Fascists then closed in on the city and started knocking down the Anti-Fascists. Although Hamish was winning he called in the help from the Owhil Military, Markoslavia Military, The Imperial Xinaing Empire and The TamTamweed Militia. Once called in the Fascists crushed the Anti-Fascists and only a few escaped the city. The Fascists now had control on both the cities and the Anti-Fascists were stuck in a military base between the two cities of Dochbury and Foxville.

Fort Fox Siege

On April 25, 2019 Fascist troops rallied outside Fort Fox which was the last standing base of the Anti-Fascists. The Fascists realised they could win the war by taking Fort Fox and leaving the Anti-Fascists without a base. Hamish Smith decided to get all his Fascists troops and swarm the base in quest of ending the civil war on the 25th of April. The fascists circled the base and dug in deep so they could secure the entrance to the fort. Hamish Smith and Owhil leader Abdullah 'Ba' Mifusda ordered the troops to begin to push into the military base and win the war. As the battle started Alexander Smith told is troops to hold the front line and so they did and stopped any fascists forces trying to brake into the fort. Eventually 3 fascists soldiers made the push and broke into the base and eliminated the soldiers who sat at the first floor of the base. They were now challenged with the task to move up through the base. The 3 soldiers called for backup and it was struggling to arrive due to anti-Fascist soldiers with height advantages. The 3 soldiers decided they had to push up by themselves and so they slowly climbed the stairs but were soon pinned in by the Anti-fascists.