|Part of the Great Pacific War|
| Prussian Empire |
| Libya |
The Afro-Eurasia Theater of the Great Pacific War (Afro-Eurasia Theater) was a theater in the Great Pacific War that refers to the war fought in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. It is one of the four theaters in the war, the others being the American Theater, Pacific Theater, and the Caribbean Theater. The theater was mostly fought between the Prussian Empire and its allies on the side for the Sunshine Treaty Organization Pact versus Libya and its allies on the side for the United Pacific Aligned Coalition and the Caribbean Treaty Organization.
The Afro-Eurasia Theater was by far one of the least aggressive of the Pacifican theaters; mostly marked with an exchange of missile launches and air bombings, the conflict did not escalate high enough for a clear victor at the end of the war. The conflict in this theater ended with the signing of the Arab Armistice following the surrender of the United Pacific Aligned Coalition at the end of the Great Pacific War.