Central European War

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Central European War
Map of Central European War
Date May 18, 2009 –
June 2009
Location Germany, Jutland (Denmark)
Result Initially a Swedish victory, German allies help to recover lost territories
Territorial Changes German territories become divided among nations allied with Germany
Belligerents
Flag-Sweden.jpg Sweden
Flag-Poland.jpg Poland
Flag-Hungary.jpg Hungary
Flag-France.jpg France
Flag-Italy.jpg Italy
Flag-Austria.jpg Austria
Flag-Germany.jpg Germany
Commanders and Leaders
Flag-Sweden.jpg jbmalin
Flag-Poland.jpg Fartman
Flag-Hungary.jpg Shaok
Flag-France.jpg Moritan
Flag-Italy.jpg Antimo
Flag-Austria.jpg Lynari
Flag-Germany.jpg Gobba

The Central European War of 2009 began with the Swedish invasion of Germany on May 18. Poland also joined in on the invasion and the two attackers had overrun Germany by June 7. On June 10, Hungary, which was already at war with Poland, declared war on Sweden along with France. Italy declared war on Poland as well.

Background

Map of Germany after the Swedish and Polish invasion
Map of Germany after the Central European War
Map of Germany after regaining their territories

On May 18, Sweden invaded Germany and was joined by Poland. Germany had fallen by June 7. PEACE countries felt threatened because Sweden and Poland would have bordered PEACE countries like Netherlands, France and Italy. Because of this, Hungary, Italy, and France began the conflict by declaring war on Sweden and Poland.

Fronts

Southern Front

Hungary advanced through Upper and Lower Austria (ceded by Italy in a war initiated by Austria) and conquered Bavaria from Sweden on June 11. Italy defeated Poland in Baden-Wurttemberg. Saxony had been returned to Germany by a resistance war started by the Polish government, but was given to Hungary so that they could access Brandenburg and Berlin, the only Polish region with high grain resources. Hungary defeated Sweden in Hesse and moved on to attack Brandenburg and Berlin. Bavaria was handed to Austria and then to Italy, still advancing against the Poles.

Western Front

Sweden released Saarland as a "goodwill gesture" to Germany, and then started a resistance war in Rhineland-Palatinate to block their border with France. When they failed to release the region, France attacked Rhineland-Palatinate on June 11. France then advanced through North Rhine-Westphalia and Lower Saxony and Bremen.

Jutland Front

After conquering Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg, Hungary attacked Syddanmark on June 15th, widespreading the war into the Jutland Peninsula. Later, Hungary attacked and succesfully conquered Midtjylland and Nordjylland, making Jutland Peninsula Hungary territories. Later, these regions, excluding Nordjylland, were given to Germany.

Results

Sweden and Poland lost all German territories including Brandenburg and Berlin, a high grain region (Polish one), Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg, high grain too (Swedish one). In addition, Sweden lost their Danish regions to Hungary, which were later conquered by Germany.

See Also

Third Sweden-Germany War