Ukraine-Turkey War

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Ukraine-Turkey War
Map of Ukraine-Turkey War
Date 13th May 2011 –
22nd May 2011
Location Eastern Europe, Turkey and Ukraine
Belligerents
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Allies through MPPs:
Flag-Brazil.jpg Brazil
Flag-Croatia.jpg Croatia
Flag-Romania.jpg Romania
Flag-Greece.jpg Greece
Flag-China.jpg China
Flag-Belarus.jpg Belarus
Flag-USA.jpg USA
Flag-Bulgaria.jpg Bulgaria
Flag-Slovakia.jpg Slovakia
Late Entries:
Flag-France.jpg France
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Flag-Slovakia.jpg Slovakia
Flag-Belarus.jpg Belarus
Flag-Poland.jpg Poland
Allies through MPPs:
Flag-United Kingdom.jpg United Kingdom
Flag-Sweden.jpg Sweden
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Flag-Iran.jpg Iran
Flag-Argentina.jpg Argentina
Flag-Hungary.jpg Hungary
Flag-Serbia.jpg Serbia
Flag-Estonia.jpg Estonia
Flag-Latvia.jpg Latvia
Flag-Lithuania.jpg Lithuania
Flag-Slovenia.jpg Slovenia
Flag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)
Flag-Cyprus.jpg Cyprus
Flag-Pakistan.jpg Pakistan
Flag-Poland.jpg Poland
Flag-Austria.jpg Austria

The Ukraine-Turkey War started on the 13th of May 2011.

The conflict, in part, developed out of the Second Baltic War, in which Ukraine was battling against Lithuania. However, during that war, the country of Belarus liberated a number of its regions, essentially blocking the Ukraine-Lithuania front and ending Ukraine's involvement in the war.

Ukraine then turned its attention south, toward the Turkish mainland.

Prelude

Main article: Second Baltic War

At the time of the initial attack, EDEN forces were close to wiping Serbia during the EDEN invasion of Serbia. Ukraine declared Turkey as its natural enemy, believing that the EDEN invasion of Serbia would soon be successful, and therefore Ukraine would quickly receive support from other EDEN nations. The EDEN invasion was unsuccessful, as Serbia was able to fend off both Bulgaria and Croatia. This left Ukraine to fight Turkey practically on their own. Considering the order of battle of both primary belligerents, military experts saw Turkey as the favorite in the conflict. Without concentrated EDEN support, Ukraine found itself outmatched.

The Ukraine-Turkey War was also believed to be the perfect opportunity for both ONE and ABC to get pay-back after the EDEN coordinated attack on the Baltic countries during the Second Baltic War.

Engagements

Ukraine's initial attack into the Turkish homeland was quickly repelled and Turkey then took the initiative and invaded Ukraine in retaliation. The Turkish assault was swift, biting deep into Ukraine with little resistance.

As the war escalated, Poland entered the war by attacking the Ukrainian territory of Galicia and Lodomeria, placing Ukraine in an even more precarious position as ONE allies entered the war as primary belligerents.

Additionally, Ukraine's ally Belarus proposed Ukraine as a natural enemy and passed. Belarus at the time had no Congress as it had been previously been wiped off the map by ABC. Because of the lack of Congress, the president did not get any sort of impeachment proposal to end his term in office.

Icon-art-of-warfare.gif Battles

Date Attacker Region Defender Result
May 13, 2011
Day 1270
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Attacker-0.png
Region-Black Sea Coast of Turkey.png Black Sea Coast of Turkey
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Defender-8.png
Icon secured.jpg Flag-Turkey.jpg
May 14, 2011
Day 1271
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Taurida.png Taurida
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon conquered.jpg Flag-Turkey.jpg
May 15, 2011
Day 1272
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Zaporozhia.png Zaporozhia
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon conquered.jpg Flag-Turkey.jpg
May 16, 2011
Day 1273
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Dnipro.png Dnipro
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon conquered.jpg Flag-Turkey.jpg
May 16, 2011
Day 1273
Resistance-forces.png Moldovan Resistance
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Northern Basarabia.png Northern Basarabia
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon-RW.gif Flag-Republic of Moldova.jpg
May 17, 2011
Day 1274
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Podolia.png Podolia
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon conquered.jpg Flag-Turkey.jpg
May 17, 2011
Day 1274
Resistance-forces.png Ukrainian Resistance
Battle-Attacker-0.png
Region-Taurida.png Taurida
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Defender-8.png
Icon secured.jpg Flag-Turkey.jpg
May 17, 2011
Day 1274
Flag-Belarus.jpg Belarus
Battle-Attacker-0.png
Region-Volhynia.png Volhynia
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-8.png
Icon secured.jpg Flag-Ukraine.jpg
May 18, 2011
Day 1275
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Attacker-2.png
Region-Homelskaya.png Homelskaya
Flag-Belarus.jpg Belarus
Battle-Defender-8.png
Icon secured.jpg Flag-Belarus.jpg
May 19, 2011
Day 1276
Flag-Slovakia.jpg Slovakia
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Subcarpathia.png Subcarpathia
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon conquered.jpg Flag-Slovakia.jpg
May 19, 2011
Day 1276
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Bukovina.png Bukovina
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon conquered.jpg Flag-Turkey.jpg
May 19, 2011
Day 1276
Flag-Belarus.jpg Belarus
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Siveria.png Siveria
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon conquered.jpg Flag-Belarus.jpg
May 19, 2011
Day 1276
Flag-Poland.jpg Poland
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Galicia and Lodomeria.png Galicia and Lodomeria
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon conquered.jpg Flag-Poland.jpg
May 20, 2011
Day 1277
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Donbas.png Donbas
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon conquered.jpg Flag-Turkey.jpg
May 20, 2011
Day 1277
Resistance-forces.png Ukrainian Resistance
Battle-Attacker-0.png
Region-Taurida.png Taurida
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Defender-8.png
Icon secured.jpg Flag-Turkey.jpg
May 20, 2011
Day 1277
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Polisia.png Polisia
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon conquered.jpg Flag-Turkey.jpg
May 21, 2011
Day 1278
Resistance-forces.png Ukrainian Resistance
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Bukovina.png Bukovina
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon-RW.gif Flag-Ukraine.jpg
May 21, 2011
Day 1278
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Bassarabia.png Bassarabia
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-0.png
Icon conquered.jpg Flag-Turkey.jpg
May 21, 2011
Day 1278
Resistance-forces.png Ukrainian Resistance
Battle-Attacker-0.png
Region-Galicia and Lodomeria.png Galicia and Lodomeria
Flag-Poland.jpg Poland
Battle-Defender-8.png
Icon secured.jpg Flag-Poland.jpg
May 21, 2011
Day 1278
Resistance-forces.png Ukrainian Resistance
Battle-Attacker-0.png
Region-Zaporozhia.png Zaporozhia
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Battle-Defender-8.png
Icon secured.jpg Flag-Turkey.jpg
May 22, 2011
Day 1279
Flag-Poland.jpg Poland
Battle-Attacker-8.png
Region-Bukovina.png Bukovina
Flag-Ukraine.jpg Ukraine
Battle-Defender-1.png
Icon conquered.jpg Flag-Poland.jpg
May 22, 2011
Day 1279
Resistance-forces.png Ukrainian Resistance
Battle-Attacker-6.png
Region-Siveria.png Siveria
Flag-Belarus.jpg Belarus
Battle-Defender-8.png
Icon secured.jpg Flag-Belarus.jpg

Results

Ukraine was brought down to just one region after the Polish beat Ukraine, however almost instantly after the battle with Poland in Bukovina, Ukraine gained the region of Subcarpathia in a resistance war with Slovakia leaving Ukraine with one region with no wars open. Turkey owned 8 of the 13 Ukrainian home regions while Poland and Belarus owned 2 each and Ukraine left with just the one.

After the war Turkey then went to war with Belarus taking their 2 Ukrainian colonies, making it so Turkey then owned 10 of the 13 home regions of Ukraine. Poland then went to war with Romania and their intervention in the war may have just been to get a passage to Romania all along.

Turkey then attacked Russia on May 29, 2011, initiating the Turkey-Russia War.

See Also

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