Operation Burning Spirit

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Operation Burning Spirit
Map of Operation Burning Spirit
Date 10 January 2009 –
11 January 2009
Location Flag-Germany.jpg Germany
Result Germany regains original territories
Territorial Changes Baden-Wurttemberg, Bavaria, Brandenburg and Berlin, Thuringia, Saxony-Anhalt
Flag-Germany.jpg Germany
Flag-Italy.jpg Italy
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Flag-France.png France
Flag-Brazil.jpg Brazil
Flag-Workers' Militia.jpg Workers' Militia
Flag-Sweden.jpg Sweden

Operating Burning Spirit began on January 10, 2009 with resistance wars in North Rhine-Westphalia, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Saxony, Lower Saxony and Bremen, Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg, and Hesse.


After the German Independence War, Germany obtained control of 5 of its original territories. After two months and only one of the seven territories given back to Germany from Sweden, German and PEACE Global Community officials met to discuss plans of retaking the regions by force. The top-secret invasion was codenamed "Operation Burning Spirit."

Very few people knew about the plans and even most congressmen were left out, due to the possibility of the information getting back to Sweden. Prior to attacking, Germany bought out most weapons on the Swedish market with the SEK in their treasury and distributed them among the soldiers. Germany, Brazil, Italy, France, Indonesia, and Portugal then sent their troops to the target regions as Germany spent a total of about 450 gold to start the resistance wars.

Germany also created five "dummy articles" in Sweden to vote to the top rated section so that they would block out any news of a resistance war that Swedish newspaper owners would try to warn the Swedes about.

Battle for North Rhine-Westphalia

Battle for Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

Battle for Saxony

Battle for Lower Saxony and Bremen

Battle for Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg

Feldjäger (German MP) arresting fleeing enemy forces near the border, so they can't warn Swedish officials

Battle for Hesse