The Anahuacano Civil War (Martino: Guerra civil Anahuacana) was an internal armed conflict fought in Anahuaco between June 1704 and February 1705. Nominally triggered by the filing of incorrect customs paperwork, the war was the manifestation of a variety of ethnic and historic grievances. Ultimately, the conflict came to be about the form of government Anahuaco would adopt as a new nation.
Prior to the establishment of Anahuaco as a modern state, the territory of what is now the empire underwent various stages of human settlement. The oldest recorded inhabitants of the area, unoriginally known simply as Las Originales, played almost no part in the civil war, although they were accused of subversive activities by both sides and subject to arbitrary detention and other forms of punishment. More...
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