The Amazonia War began on February 16, 1972 when Brazilian soldiers stormed the three South American socialist countries: Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador. One of the bloodiest wars in Brazilian history, it consisted of more than two years of battles on the border of the Empire with these three republics. On April 3, 1972, the Soviet Air Forces arrives to assist the socialist alliance in the battle. Similarly, Brazil was supported by the American Air Force, which arrived on April 20. In March 1974, Brazil finally defeats all the remaining soldiers and colonizes the region.
Colonies after the fight
After the war, life in Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela becomes colonial. Inhabitants of these countries become subject to the laws of the Empire and possess less rights compared to inhabitants of central imperial lands.