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War on Anarchy
Part of World War IV
Anarchic disorder1
Anarchists attempt to fend their territory.
Date November 9 - December 3, 2011
Location North America
Cause
  • Anarchists assist Quad's enemies.
  • Imperialism in JBR
  • Allegations of organized states supporting the anarchists.
Result Campaign concluded; armistice
Territorial
changes
Quad gains control over all the former United States region and the Caribbean Islands.
Belligerents
Anarchistflag Western anarchic communities
Anarchistflag Eastern anarchic communities
KyaluFlag Kyalu
Utah Republic Republic of Utah
ConfederacyofTexas Confederacy of Texas
25px-Flag_of_Oklahoma.svg.png Republic of Oklahoma
Louisana Louisiana Federation
DR flag Deltoran Republic
Bermuda union Bermuda Union
Flag of Sparta Frankmerica
ECWFlag EWC states
Quad states

NorsefireBritain United States of JBR
25px-Flag_of_A%C3%A7%C3%A3o_Integralista_Brasileira.svg.png Brazil
Argentina Argentina
25px-Union_Nacional_Sinarquista-1-.png Greater Mexican Empire
Quad affiliates

Calico Knights
Commanders
DR flag Tyler Jacobs  (POW)
KyaluFlag Derek Woo (POW)
ConfederacyofTexas James McCulloch  White flag icon
Flag of Sparta CoffeeShopFrank
ECWFlag Alfred von Schliefen
NorsefireBritain Theresa Vales II
NorsefireBritain Morris Kendell
NorsefireBritain Brian Cervantes
NorsefireBritain Aloise Kruger
25px-Flag_of_A%C3%A7%C3%A3o_Integralista_Brasileira.svg.png John Paul Felicio
Campaign officers

NorsefireBritain Winston Perry
NorsefireBritain Robert Meade
25px-Union_Nacional_Sinarquista-1-.png Juan Máya
Strength
~25,000-180,000 anarchists (defensive)
50,000 soldiers
300,000 soldiers
200 Aurora II
90 bombers
300 other aircraft
450 naval vessels
Casualties and losses
~8,000-32,000 anarchists (defensive) killed
~8,000-35,000 anarchists (defensive) injured
6,800+ anarchists (civilian) killed
10,000+ anarchists (civilian) injured
50,000+ soldiers killed
22,000+ soldiers injured
12,000+ civilians killed
19,000+ civilians injured
10,500+ soldiers killed
17,000+ soldiers injured
5,000+ missing
Strikeouts indicate nation exited the war before the armistice.

The War on Anarchy is the term used to refer to Quad's (prominently the United States of JBR) conquest against the anarchic areas of the former United States region during World War IV. It began on October 9, 2011 after JBRican president Theresa Vales II issued the "Response to Anarchial Threats" and ended on December 3 after an armistice put an end to continuing hostilities between the remaining combatants. In the initial declaration, Vales claimed that anarchists were attacking JBRican soldiers along the JBRican-anarchist borders and that several regional powers including the Deltoran Republic and Kyalu were assisting them. The war began just three days after the beginning of the more larger conflict, World War IV. Governments outside Quad influence view the war as a deliberate means of gaining land and resources while also citing the JBRican government's strong support for militaristic imperialism. Quad has managed to conquer seven sovereign states, the western section of anarchist United States, and the eastern section partially. The final course in the war was with Frankmerica and the European War Coalition states positioned at New England. After several stalemates, the EWC withdrew from New England after an armistice was signed. Quad then proceeded and took over the area.

BackgroundEdit

Anarchism was the predominant form of political structure in the American-Canadian region from the dissolution to the creation of sovereign powers within it. The time span between the dissolution and the revival of governments lasted for four years; from January 6, 2006 to October 16, 2010. With the foundation of the United States of JBR, it set forth as an example to other anarchic communities seeking to reunite. While during JBR's early history imperialism was unpopular, it was widely popularized during the acquisition of New Disparu and later the occupation of Chile and Peru. Even without Quad influence, the JBRican government leaned toward imperialism by the then-major party, the Imperialist Party which most military officials including Supreme Field Marshal James Chor was affiliated with. Chor pressured his friend, President Justin Vuong to launch an anti-anarchist campaign across America in attempt "re-civilize and rebuild the senseless void". He was ignored and only after Vuong resigned did JBR gain some territorial gains (with the exception of Capricorn which Vuong acquired independently). Smith Wellington, the successor, while an opponent against imperialism, was caught in between two conflicting parties during the Annexation of the Union of Midway. While Midway was eventually acquired by Congress (mostly by Imperialists via a political loophole), the Imperialist Party demanded more territory. The Mediterranean Territory would be such territories acquired but even so, they did not satisfy the party's demand. The party persisted on invading anarchic America and even formed the "Imperialist Communication Network" to incite civilian pressure on Wellington. Only after Wellington was assassinated did the Imperialist Party gain a chance to invade anarchic America. Chor was unable to carry out his party's desires as he lost support from the public and eventually was overthrown by Quad associate Theresa Vales II. Vales quickly militarized the country and suppressed nearly all forms of opposition. Imperialism was still strong under Vales' early regime as due to the nature of fascism, JBRican politics, and Quad in general. She prepared for war against the anarchists while she initiated Operation Cobra. She finally declared war on October 9, 2011 under an issue known as the "Response on Anarchial Threats" claiming that anarchists were attacking JBRican borders and that the regional powers were supporting it.

Invasion of the Great BasinEdit

Nearly within thirty minutes of the declaration of war, JBRican troops were sent to Las Vegas, Vegas where they received nourishment, weaponry, and preparation drills. They then marched to Riverside, the first major anarchist community that was said to have disrupted JBRican border operations. The surrounding area was quickly subdued and the community surrendered. The Republic of Utah was also attacked simultaneously with the attacks on Riverside and quickly fell due to the Republic's small and unprepared military.

Meanwhile, a small division positioned at Sacramento launched several short-range missiles toward the area of Northern Nevada. Another division was heading toward the anarchic city of Reno where a brief skirmish occurred. Reno quickly fell and two teams from Area 51 met the Reno invaders at Carson City. There, a three-hour battle commenced with the 2,000 or so anarchists who fortified the city with makeshift barriers including cars and metal scraps. After the fall of Carson City, the entire Great Basin was claimed as JBRican territory.

Invasion of KyaluEdit

Kyalu, which kept its affairs and activities out of international politics for a while, was unprepared for the attack made by the JBRicans. A force of 5,000 JBRican soldiers infiltrated the Kyalutian border at Goose Lake. Here, a commander ordered the use of 10 Aurora II to bomb strategic military and economic sites. The JBRican government responded by providing 50 Aurora II which effectively crippled the cities of Portland, Eugene, and Seattle. Stanley was partially damaged in the first wave of Aurora II attacks.

In the second wave of Aurora II attacks, it damaged the Kyalutian Interstate 1 and several industrial settlements. The third and most devastating aerial waves in terms of casualties followed immediately after the Aurora II required refueling. Several Kfirs loaded with napalm flew from south-to-north of Kyalu as it destroyed power grids, civilian settlements, and forests. General Meade, who was planning to march into Stanley, was short on men near the city of Olympia. Most had been ordered to stay posted at Portland and the closest reinforcements were 80 miles from Meade's team. Meade decided to attack Stanley without reinforcements when he received word that the city was brutalized from the napalm attacks. On the way, Kyalutian civilians and deserted soldiers were captured and forced to fight with the party.

Battle for StanleyEdit

Main article: Battle for Stanley
KyaluGovernmentBuildings

The K3, a key building during the Battle for Stanley.

At around 9:31 PM, Meade's team arrived at the outskirts of Stanley. The Kyalutian government was prepared to evacuate all of its leaders out to the Pacific Empire but their transportation methods were limited. In a desperate attempt to escape, President Derek Woo and his staff fled with an armored Prussaro to Interstate 1 around 9:53 PM. Meade's team began opening fire on civilians and raided government buildings. When arriving, the President's residence, they retrieved hundreds of files and transformed it to become the temporary occupation government building. Afterwards, the Kyalutian fire department was ordered to suppress the fires within the city. The City of Kyalu quickly surrendered while Woo and his party were on there way to an airport near the coast. They were stopped by a reinforcement party that was heading to Stanley and imprisoned them. After Woo's capture was announced, Meade declared Kyalu a JBRican territory and declared himself Territorial Governor over Kyalu. Vales quickly approved of this and authorized the deployment of 5,000 additional soldiers to secure Kyalu.

Invasion of the Great PlainsEdit

GreatPlainsFire

A fire set by an aerial attack from the JBRican Air Force.

Following the fall of the Great Basin, the JBRican forces turned its attention toward the Great Plains region. The first soldiers to pass into the Great Plains was on November 10. Various anarchists had teamed up together to resist the JBRican troops and sent five brigades to combat the troops. Each brigade consisted of 500 individuals and headed towards the main JBRican force. General Winston Perry quickly learned of the anarchists' plans and divided the main force into three groups. The main force marched towards the anarchists while the two others went pass them and attacked the brigades' towns. When the anarchists met the main force, they had a 20-minute battle before being defeated. With the brigades defeated, the anarchists quickly garnered an additional 3,000 strong force to divert the JBRicans. A much larger 6,000 would come to loot JBRican weaponry at the various forts set up while the JBRicans were distracted.

The JBRican forces were indeed distracted by the diversion but were able to capture the largely-undefended communities near the areas of former Nebraska and New Mexico. The 6,000-men troop were able to defeat a local JBRican fort and ransacked $2.4 million worth of weaponry. They then proceeded towards the town of Phoenix where the JBRicans primarily held administration for territory east of the mainland. On their embark of about 500 miles, they were constantly threatened by aerial attacks and guerrilla welfare from JBR and Mexico. All of the 6,000 militants were captured before even reaching the former border of Arizona and New Mexico. The capture of this force marked the conclusion of the invasion in the Great Plains.

Fall of TexasEdit

Texas was the first sovereign nation to be attacked in the campaign. Its government claimed that it was attacked ten minutes before any declaration of war was made. The first few battles of Texas came from JBRican troops of the Port Arthur Naval Base, a JBRican base leased by Texas months prior to Vales' seizure of powers. The Battle of El Paso greatly crippled the Texan Armed Forces and the crucial victory at Dallas led to the end of Texas at the Battle of Houston. Few members of the Texan government including Prime Minister McCulloch were able to escape from capture after Texas officially surrendered.

Battle of BeaumontEdit

Main article: Battle of Beaumont

As the first major battle in Texas, a small team of naval vessels docked at Beaumont. The declaration had just been made and most civilians at the city were unaware of the war. The ships were under the guise as merchant ships from Spain. The ships entered a restricted area of the Beaumont Port and inspectors ordered the ships to enter elsewhere. When the crew ignored these demands, the inspectors found the ships suspicious. When the Beaumont Police Department arrived to seize the ship, the crew attacked and sparked the battle. As the battle unveiled, a team of Texan Coast Guard boats noticed the distress calls made by the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce. They were 30 miles from shore of Beaumont when the calls were reached.

The JBRican vessels began shelling the city and began dispatching some of the crew members into the city. Troops from the Port Arthur Base arrived at the city and began blockading main escape routes. Texan soldiers positioned within the city began fighting back and attempted to send more distress calls to nearby forces. This distress was ignored as many Texan soldiers were being called to report to the Galveston and El Paso. A small force was able to join the Beaumont effort and the Coast Guard finally arrived an hour into the battle. Much of the Texan soldiers finally surrendered after the mayor was held hostage at the City Hall.

Battle of GalvestonEdit

Main article: Battle of Galveston

During the attacks at Beaumont, another offensive began at Galveston. This one was more aggressive and generated more casualties than the battle at Beaumont. Aircraft from the Mexican Air Force began carpet bombing the city at around 9:30 PM. Most residents had woken up from military-led evacuations and soldiers from the Texan Armed Forces quickly fortified the site. Downtown was set up with RAMs and was able to effectively reduce the Mexican effort greatly. Meanwhile, at Galveston Bay, a joint naval fleet of JBRican and Brazilian warships arrived and began blockading the Bay. Lieutenant Colonel Barry Gates, who oversaw the Galveston defense for Texas, requested several Texan SEALs to infiltrate a Oscar class submarine to weaken the blockade. The mission ultimately failed when the team was detected and killed by snipers from nearby cruisers. Given this breach, the blockade heightened its security and began shelling the city of Galveston. As more Texans began rallying to destroy the Quad fleet, special forces from JBR broke into city defense through the historical Interstate 45. The gateway to the city's main defenses were compromised and the JBRican Armed Forces stormed into the city. Along the way, civilians attempted to resist against the soldiers but morale quickly dropped when several military barracks were blown up. A small faction of Texans nicknamed the "Rough Riders" were able to wipe out five squads of JBRicans before dying a massive mortar attack. After four hours of intense fighting, the Lieutenant Colonel Gates surrendered. He died of several wounds shortly after the Quad forces established communication with the Beaumont and El Paso forces.

Battle of El PasoEdit

Main article: Battle of El Paso

The Battle of El Paso began some time during the mid-progression of the latter battles. When troops from Mexico and the United States of JBR began approaching the city, the City of El Paso quickly ordered a lockdown. El Paso held some of the largest Texan military facilities in the nearby Franklin Mountains and was a strategic point along the historical Interstate 10 highway. As well as to the city's strategic area, the new Mexican government was worried that the Texans would launch an attack against Ciudad Juárez, a large Mexican city bordering El Paso.

The El Paso community was already preparing for war and locally-based General Romney McDonald was already setting up fortifications. With the intentions of activating missiles to Ciudad Juárez, McDonald was originally planning on overtaking the nearby threat before intelligence came that the Quad troops were positioned just outside the city. McDonald halted the missile plans and ordered the city under lockdown with martial law. Texan troops stationed at the Franklin Mountains military facilities began forming rigid formations. A small unit was ordered to spy on the Quad troops and took advantage of the dark and crowded environment of the woodlands. During the operation, the mission went smoothly and all of the spies returned with the enemy war plans. The Quad troops were planning on attacking the northern boundaries of El Paso before troops from Ciudad Juárez would attack from below. There would be air strikes during the invasion process and the use of bombardment. However, unbeknownst to the spies, the Quad commanders decided to alter the plans after the spies left. By coincidence, one of the lieutenants had spotted the spies but decided to leave them undetected by the rest of the camp. Then, he proposed for a new war plans and explained the situation. The commanders agreed and set forth a new war plan.

Meanwhile, the Texans began positioning themselves at the northern and southern boundaries of El Paso with the western and eastern sides only being defended with light fortifications. Aircraft from the bases located at the Franklin Mountains were prepared for a preemptive aerial attack on Ciudad Juárez. A rogue team who misinterpreted a commander's order decided to attack Ciudad Juárez too early. This evoked the beginning of the battle as the city of Ciudad Juárez quickly deployed its massive tank battalions to El Paso. When word had heard that the Texan's war plans were compromised, the Quad troops attacked with their hastily prepared plans. They charged at the poorly defended western city limits and quickly seized the entire West Central El Paso district. Students from the nearby local university had been possessing firearms without the Texan commanders' knowledge (they were originally intended to be donated to the Fort Bliss). When the Quad troops raided the university, they misidentified the students for soldiers and led to the killing of about 1,200 students and university staff. When the Texans positioned at the southern boundaries retreated from the Mexican tank offensive, they met up with the northern defenders at Downtown El Paso. The nearby Fort Bliss was quickly loaded with the remaining defenders. Meanwhile, Quad quickly overtook the rest of the city (with the exception of a small Texan stronghold near Montana Vista community). Mexican aircraft began clashing with the deployed Texan Air Force and shot down planes caused a devastating fire in Northeast El Paso. While Quad wanted damage to be as minimal as possible, the commanders allowed the fire to continue in order to draw out potential civilians to be impressed into the Quad forces. Nearing close defeat, General McDonald ordered the missiles from the White Sands Missile Range (the Texans had some control over parts of former New Mexico at the time) to be all deployed at once directed to Ciudad Juárez. The reason behind this was his fear of Quad using the missiles against the rest of Texas. However, when Quad seized the range, General McDonald was reported to have said: "It is it." He charged outside unarmed to the surrounding Quad forces outside the fortified Downtown El Paso where he was killed by gunshot. After this, the Texans informally surrendered before Colonel Jim Bob confirmed it. A decisive victory, Quad established a firm foothold in the newly possessed military bases and prepared for a missile attack all throughout Texas.

Siege of DallasEdit

Main article: Siege of Dallas

Battle of HoustonEdit

Main article: Battle of Houston

Invasion of the Deltoran RepublicEdit

Main article: Invasion of the Deltoran Republic

Fall of OceaniaEdit

Main article: Fall of Oceania

Manhattan OffensiveEdit

Main article: Manhattan Offensive

Operation FirestormEdit

Main article: Operation Firestorm

European withdrawalEdit

See alsoEdit

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