Third Sweden-Germany War

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Third Sweden-Germany War
Map of Third Sweden-Germany War
Date 18 May 2009 –
Location Flag-Germany.jpg Germany
Result Germany conquered by Sweden and Poland
Territorial Changes All German Territories
Flag-Sweden.jpg Sweden
Flag-Poland.jpg Poland
Flag-Germany.jpg Germany
Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey
Flag-Japan.jpg Japan
Flag-Canada.jpg Canada
Flag-Workers' Militia.jpg Workers' Militia
Commanders and Leaders
Kalle Holm Chicco

The Third Sweden-Germany War began on May 18, 2009, with a declaration of war by Swedish president Kalle Holm on Germany. The war ended with the annihilation of Germany.


After many months of tense German-Swedish relations, Sweden finally admitted Germany to join ATLANTIS, on a one-month trial membership. Just a month later, in the May presidential elections, Swedish presidential candidate Kalle Holm promised in his campaign speech that he would lead Sweden to war against the Germans.

Sweden insisted that the mandatory vote regarding if Germany should become a full member or not should be held. Some representatives objected to this which meant that Germany would never become a full member of ATLANTIS. The tensions between Sweden and Germany escalated until Karl Holm finally declared war and forced the others to take a stand. Everyone except the UK decided to support Sweden or stay neutral. This has been cited as a reason for the coming falling apart of ATLANTIS, while others argue that there were long gone mistrust between some nations that finally made Atlantis fall apart.

Part-way through the war, Poland sent a group of citizens to take over the German congress. Many of these accounts were claimed to be multiple accounts and the German community subsequently reported several accounts and many of them were banned.

After several weeks of German defeats, the June presidential election would see shoot voted into office. shoot then revealed himself to be a Swedish spy. He cooperated with the Swedish and Polish governments to give the country's all of Germany's regions and finally a resistance war was started in Vorarlberg that would destroy Germany and return Vorarlberg to Austria.

First Battle of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

Second Battle of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

Battle of Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg

Battle of North Rhine-Westphalia

See also

First Sweden-Germany War
Second Sweden-Germany War