The colonization of Africa by the Dark Brazilian Empire has its origins on January 1980, when D. Peter III orders newly-constructed ships to attack the African coast after learning that some countries in this region were becoming socialist nations. A surprise attack on the African coast occurred on June 15, 1981. Local armed forces came together in an attempt to halt the invasion, but without success. In two days, Brazilian troops conquer socialist West Africa. As a result, the region becomes a colony of Brazil. D. Peter III died one month after the battle.