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Allied Reconstruction Mission in Hurmu

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Allied Reconstruction Mission in Hurmu
Logo of the mission
Abbreviation ARMH
Type Humanitarian mission
Status Ended
Headquarters Palais de Saint Louis le Protecteur, Lausanne
Participating national contingents
Withdrawn national contingents

The Allied Reconstruction Mission in Hurmu was a special humanitarian mission implemented by the Raspur Pact after the collapse of the Vanic government in light of the Collapse of Stormark.

It is part of the larger Allied Mission in Eastern Apollonia, Hurmu & Lyrica (AMEAHL) effort, established in 1685 AN by the decision of the Raspur Pact as reported in its communique issued upon the occasion of the conclusion of the meeting of the Permanent Commission of the Allied Powers held in Hareffa Lunti (Sanama).

In 1689, the Imperial Constancian Government rendered further official development assistance by the donation, through Kaiseress Salome, of One Billion Imperial Staters and One Hundred Million Natopos that were on deposit at the Basileusan Bank. Additional assistance was provided by the deployment of the Logistic Support Vessel KP Kaisar Ayreon IV, and the cargo and passenger vessel KP Mikonios, which were temporarily placed under the command of the Government of the Hurmu Trust Territory.

The Elwynnese deployment of the UDF 51st Territorial Defence Division began via the Boreal Air Bridge on the day of the signing of the Vesüha Accords (21.V.1690), with personnel and small arms transported via commercial aircraft chartered from Łoïdnos, Elwynnese Airlines, and Omega Airlines.

The defection of the 51st Territorial Defence Division to the Self-Defence Forces (Elwynn & Amokolia) had made Hurmu an unwilling host to an overseas theatre of the Second Elwynnese Civil War during the 1692 Hurmu internment crisis, when the Allied Reconstruction Mission was obliged to assist the Hurmu Constabulary in repelling an attempt by the mutinous soldiery to seize the capital. No sooner had the rebel Elw been dispersed and driven into North Lyrica than the Zeedic invasion of Suren jeopardised Hurmu's neutrality once more by placing two allied contingents once more at odds, this time in Lontinien.

After 1703 AN the duties of the Union Defence Force in the Southern District were taken up by volunteer personnel seconded from the Benacian Union Defence Force and the Military of the Suren Confederacy. With the deployment of the VII (Lyrica) Combined Arms Corps into the Southern District in 1710 AN the Reconstruction Mission concluded and was replaced by the Allied Stabilisation Mission in Hurmu.