Indonesia-Thailand War

From eRepublik Official Wiki
Revision as of 13:26, 31 May 2019 by Stephan Condurachis (Talk | contribs)

(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search
Indonesia-Thailand War
Map of Indonesia-Thailand War
Date 11 December 2013 –
28 December 2013
Location Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines
Result Peace treaty
Territorial Changes
  • Thailand gets Penninsular Malaysia and Sarawak
  • Indonesia gets Sabah and Mindanao
  • Chile & Thailand returns occupied regions to Indonesia
Fights Unknown
Belligerents
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Flag-Chile.jpg Chile
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Commanders and Leaders
Flag-Indonesia.jpg meggy z
Flag-Indonesia.jpg HilmanMaarif
Flag-Chile.jpg Daguerressar
Flag-Chile.jpg ManuGing
Flag-Thailand.jpg Mister Putin
Flag-Thailand.jpg mrle1982

Indonesia-Thailand War is a war[1] between Icon-Indonesia.png Indonesia and Icon-Thailand.png Thailand, with Icon-Chile.png Chile help for Indonesia later in the war.

Background

Main belligerents were Icon-Indonesia.png Indonesia and Icon-Thailand.png Thailand. Both previously having friendly relations and a NAP when World War VI happened. Thailand attacked Indonesia because Indonesia NE'd Icon-Malaysia.png Malaysia to get Thailand Malayan region (Sarawak, and Peninsular Malaysia) without any permission to Thailand. Thailand also a TWO member alongside with Serbia, Poland, and Greece which supported Thailand to attack former CoT member, Indonesia.


Course of the War

Taking back Malaya

The war began on December 11, 2013, when Thailand sent natural enemy proposal to Indonesia. First, they attacked Peninsular Malaysia. The raid was a major success and it was a hit for Indonesia. Thailand army crossed South China Sea to confront another battle on Sarawak. It also was a success and Indonesia eventually lost its Malayan region to Thailand.


Indonesia has been proposed as Natural Enemy by Icon-Thailand.png Thailand

Date Attacker Region Defender Result
Dec 12, 2013
Day 2214
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Region-Peninsular Malaysia.png Peninsular Malaysia
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg
Dec 13, 2013
Day 2215
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Region-Sarawak.png Sarawak
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg

Invasion of Indonesia

After taking back Peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak, Thailand was not just stop there. Knowing that Indonesia had a trouble on its government, Thailand easily step inside Indonesian territory of Sumatra. Seeing this, Indonesia sent a natural enemy proposal to Thailand. Thailand forces on Borneo moving south to confront Indonesia on Kalimantan. They razed Sulawesi, Maluku islands and Lesser Sunda Islands then siege the capital of Java. Indonesia having a little or no support from its allies can't stand Thailand major allies - Poland and Serbia.


Thailand has been proposed as Natural Enemy by Icon-Indonesia.png Indonesia

Date Attacker Region Defender Result
Dec 14, 2013
Day 2216
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Region-Sumatra.png Sumatra
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg
Dec 15, 2013
Day 2217
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Region-Kalimantan.png Kalimantan
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg
Dec 16, 2013
Day 2218
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Region-Sulawesi.png Sulawesi
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg
Dec 17, 2013
Day 2219
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Region-Maluku islands.png Maluku islands
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg
Dec 18, 2013
Day 2220
Resistance-forces.png Indonesian Resistance
Region-Sumatra.png Sumatra
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Icon secured.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg
Dec 18, 2013
Day 2220
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Region-Lesser Sunda Islands.png Lesser Sunda Islands
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg
Dec 19, 2013
Day 2221
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Region-Java.png Java
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg

Chile Intervention

Indonesia was on the brink of defeat. Then Indonesia sees Chile, where they advanced on Australia. While having difficult time, Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs ask Chile to enter the war by NE'ing Thailand. Chile agreed and soon they attacked Thailand region of Maluku islands and won. While Chile advancing, Thailand continued to attack Indonesia on Philippines. They gained Palawan and Luzon. Indonesia eventually managed to gain Sumatra, Lesser Sunda Islands, and Java by resistant war. Chile soon penetrate deeper into Thailand territory and gained Sulawesi. Then Thailand release Peninsular Malaysia to give Malaysia congress and for respect[2]. It also a call from Thailand to Malaysia to go for war against Indonesia. Unfortunately, Chile attempt to raid Thailand was ended because Kalimantan had been liberated by Indonesian force, leaving only Indonesia and Thailand.


Thailand has been proposed as Natural Enemy by Icon-Chile.png Chile

Date Attacker Region Defender Result
Dec 20, 2013
Day 2222
Flag-Chile.jpg Chile
Region-Maluku islands.png Maluku islands
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Chile.jpg
Dec 20, 2013
Day 2222
Resistance-forces.png Indonesian Resistance
Region-Sumatra.png Sumatra
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Icon-RW.gifFlag-Indonesia.jpg
Dec 20, 2013
Day 2222
Resistance-forces.png Indonesian Resistance
Region-Lesser Sunda Islands.png Lesser Sunda Islands
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Icon-RW.gifFlag-Indonesia.jpg
Dec 20, 2013
Day 2222
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Region-Palawan.png Palawan
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg
Dec 21, 2013
Day 2223
Resistance-forces.png Filipino Resistance
Region-Mindanao.png Mindanao
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon secured.jpgFlag-Indonesia.jpg
Dec 21, 2013
Day 2223
Flag-Chile.jpg Chile
Region-Sulawesi.png Sulawesi
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Chile.jpg
Dec 21, 2013
Day 2223
Resistance-forces.png Indonesian Resistance
Region-Java.png Java
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Icon-RW.gifFlag-Indonesia.jpg
Dec 21, 2013
Day 2223
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Region-Luzon.png Luzon
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg
Dec 21, 2013
Day 2223
Resistance-forces.png Malay Resistance
Region-Peninsular Malaysia.png Peninsular Malaysia
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Icon-RW.gifFlag-Malaysia.jpg
Dec 22, 2013
Day 2224
Resistance-forces.png Indonesian Resistance
Region-Kalimantan.png Kalimantan
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Icon-RW.gifFlag-Indonesia.jpg


Prolong Invasion

Thailand continues to raid on Indonesia. Although Chile was kicked, they still had 2 Indonesian region or Maluku islands and Sulawesi, which will be taken back to Indonesia via resistant war. After took Luzon, they attacked Sumatra. Thailand forces managed to take Sumatra. With Luzon was taken by Thailand, Indonesian territory of Philippines was lost. But Indonesia was able to take back Sumatra.


Date Attacker Region Defender Result
Dec 23, 2013
Day 2225
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Region-Sumatra.png Sumatra
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg
Dec 24, 2013
Day 2226
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Region-Luzon.png Luzon
Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Thailand.jpg
Dec 24, 2013
Day 2226
Resistance-forces.png Indonesian Resistance
Region-Sumatra.png Sumatra
Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand
Icon-RW.gifFlag-Indonesia.jpg

References

  1. WAR | Thailand vs Indonesia
  2. A Deal with eMalaysia