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The Platacian Peninsular War, often referred to as the Peninsular War or the Ritalgian-Tenebrisian Brothers' War, was fought primarily between [[Ritalgia]] and the Republic of [[Tenebris]], with intervention from [[Banana Federation]]. It started on the 18th of March, 2017, lasting for just over two years, ending on the 4th of April 2019.
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The Platacian Peninsular War, often referred to as the Peninsular War or the Ritalgian-Tenebrisian Brothers' War, was fought primarily between [[Ritalgia]] and the Republic of [[Tenebris]], with intervention from [[Banana Federation]]. It started on the 18th of March, 2001, lasting for just over two years, ending on the 4th of April 2003.

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The Platacian Peninsular War
Date 18 March 2001 - 4 April 2003
Location Platacian Peninsula
Result
  • Ritalgian government replaced
  • Tenebrisian independence preserved
  • Plans for reunification initiated
Combatants
Commanders and leaders
Ritalgia Erling Rinaldi
Ritalgia Olaf Mazzanti
Tenebris Espodito Siciliano
Tenebris Karlos Berntsen
Tenebris Torkild Bergesen
Banana Federation Donald Recarthy
Casualties and losses
39,846 Ritalgian personnel
9,046 civilian deaths
35,402 Tenebrisian personnel
438 Bananish personnel
<18,000-41,316 civilian casualties

The Platacian Peninsular War, often referred to as the Peninsular War or the Ritalgian-Tenebrisian Brothers' War, was fought primarily between Ritalgia and the Republic of Tenebris, with intervention from Banana Federation. It started on the 18th of March, 2001, lasting for just over two years, ending on the 4th of April 2003.