First Romania-Indonesia War

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First Romania-Indonesia War
Map of First Romania-Indonesia War
Date 3 March 2009 –
ongoing
Location Asia
Result Indonesia became the sole master of Asia
Territorial Changes Indonesia has territories in almost every country in Asia
Fights 1137876
Belligerents
Flag-Romania.jpg Romania
Flag-ATLANTIS.png ATLANTIS
Flag-Norway.jpg Norway
Flag-Spain.jpg Spain
Flag-USA.jpg USA
Flag-UK.jpg UK
Flag-Sweden.jpg Sweden
Flag-Finland.jpg Finland
Flag-Poland.jpg Poland
Flag-Croatia.jpg Croatia
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Flag-PEACE.jpg PEACE
Flag-Argentina.jpg Argentina
Flag-Brazil.jpg Brazil
Flag-Portugal.jpg Portugal
Flag-Netherlands.jpg Netherlands
Flag-Theocratic Switzerland.jpg Theocratic Switzerland
Flag-Iran.jpg Iran
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Flag-Hungary.jpg Hungary
Flag-Russia.jpg Russia
Flag-Chile.jpg Chile
Flag-Italy.jpg Italy
Flag-China.jpg China
Commanders and Leaders
Flag-Romania.jpg dsalageanu
Flag-Romania.jpg dani36
Flag-Romania.jpg Alex Craciun
Flag-Indonesia.jpg aban
Flag-Indonesia.jpg rikwandi
Flag-Indonesia.jpg gagah
Flag-Indonesia.jpg darkyojimbo
Flag-Indonesia.jpg NicoSianipar
Romania declared war against Indonesia on March 3, 2009, setting up a clash between two of the most powerful countries in the eWorld. Indonesia attacked Romanian conquered territories in Russia, conquering the Western Siberia and Northern Russia. Pushing further into the heart of Russia, however, it was unable to dislodge the Romanians. A resistance war then returned the Northern Russia to Russia, separating the two warring powers. On March 19th, in an agreed staged war, Norway surrendered the Urals to Romania, allowing it to launch a counterattack on Indonesian forces. After reconquering Western Siberia, Romania handed Urals back to Norway, along with the Moscow and Central Russia and Volga Vyatka regions.

Over the next month Romania moved deep into Asia. Rather than attacking the heavily defended Xinjiang province, Romania looped around through the Eastern Region of Russia, and South into Iranian-held Chinese territories. Using the puppet-state of Pakistan Romania quickly took control of most of China, before pushing Westwards into Pakistan. At the high point of the war, Romania had over 40 regions and had reached the South coast of India.

After this point, the war turned, and Indonesia and Hungary began to make gains over Romania. The exact cause of the turn is unknown. Romania claims mass cheating by Indonesia was the cause; the Indonesians claim it was good organisation that did it. In any case Romania lost all of its gains, eventually being pushed back into its original regions. The last great battle, hailed as the end of the Romanian Empire, was the Battle of 541.

In May 15h, Indonesia finally able to reconquer West Siberian Region.