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Third Midwayan Civil War
Part of the History of the Union of Midway
Date July 27th, 2011 - July 30th, 2011
Location Union of Midway

See the July 27 incident

Status Ended; Sturmabteilung victory, Union of Midway becomes a Government in exile
MidwayFlag Union of Midway
Californian Union
Flag of JBR United States of JBR
Central Kingdom Central Kingdom
MidwayFlag Union Resistance
RedFrontFlag Red Front Parteiadler der Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (1933–1945) Sturmabteilung
NaziMidwayFlag Greater Midwayan Empire
MidwayFlag Zabuza Hashimoto
MidwayFlag Hua Enlai
MidwayFlag Franz Seidler

RedFrontFlag Kazuo Ichida
RedFrontFlag Mao Wang Yim
Parteiadler der Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (1933–1945) Hermann Klintzsch
Parteiadler der Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (1933–1945) Hans Altdorfer
150,210 (Midwayan Government)
150,000+ (Union Resistance)
2,000-3,000 50,000

The Third Midwayan Civil War was an armed conflict between the Union of Midway, Union Resistance, Red Front, and the Sturmabteilung. It began on July 27, when a series of originally peaceful protests erupted into open warfare because of tensions cause by political differences of each group. It is the third civil war the Union of Midway has faced, but unlike the previous twos, which were part of the larger conflict known as the Jihad War of the United States of JBR, this war is independent from the war and is classified as its own conflict. However, the cause of the war, the July 27 incident, is part of the Jihad War.


The Midwayan Depression of 2011 caused dissatisfaction among the citizens of the Union of Midway, the economy was just recovering when headlines went about that the Union of Midway had attacked the United States of JBR through the July 27 incident. Unknown to the Midwayan population was that the attacks were actually instigated by an organization known as Quad, this fact became known after the war had already erupted. When news of the attack came to Midway, the population believed that the government had deliberately back-stabbed one of their allies, and were enraged. Communists, Nazis, and normal civilians protested the attacks. As tensions rose because of political differences, the government stepped in in order to try and control the situation. However, this move proved futile as shortly afterwards the Third Battle of Aldebaran erupted.


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