Brazil declared war on Australia on the 14th December 2009.
|1||16 Dec 09||Western Australia||Australia||Brazil|
|2||17 Dec 09||Northern Territory||Australia||Brazil|
|3||18 Dec 09||South Australia||Australia||Australia|
|4||19 Dec 09||Queensland||Australia||Australia|
|5||20 Dec 09||South Australia||Australia||Australia|
|6||21 Dec 09||Queensland||Australia||Australia|
|7||22 Dec 09||South Australia||Australia||Australia|
|8||23 Dec 09||Western Australia||Brazil||Australia|
|9||24 Dec 09||KwaZulu-Natal||Brazil||South Africa|
|10||24 Dec 09||Northern Territory||Brazil||Australia|
On the 22nd of December the Brazilian President Bunaly allowed Australia the initiative after he failed to bounce the attack back to Queensland allowing the Australian Prime Minister to attack Western Australia.
The \Resistance War in KwaZulu-Natal, should also be considered part of the Brazil-Australia war. The reason for this was that it was started by a Brazillian Citizen, and saw Brazillians fighting for the resistance war to succeed, and Australians and their allies fighting for the Brazillians. The reason for this was that it would stop their being a direct path of Brazillian regions that Australia could attack and reach Brazil from.
eRebuglik struck not allowing Australians to fight for Brazil in the Resistance War of KwaZulu-Natal allowing Brazil to successfully hand back control of the region to South Africa on Dec. 24 2009 temporarily delaying Australian plans for purging eSA of Brazil. This gives Brazil the opportunity to fortify their fortress state Gauteng their last High Diamond region against the Australia/US/Spain assault.
Australia also succeeded in re-unifying their battle damaged nation with the recapture of Northern Territory on Dec. 24 2009
Nations Involved in the Conflict
|Venezuela [Brazilian Controlled no-doubt]|
| Turkey [On count of battle stats,|
only one Turkish citzen involved]
|South Korea [PTO - Russia]|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina|
| Peru [Phoenix controlled Peruvians,|
country PTO - Poland]
| Indonesia Indonesian civilians disagreeing|
with the decision to attack
Australia have fought with
Australia in an attempt
to negate the damage
the treaty breakers have
Official Overall War Statistics