The Confuso Islands are an archipelago of islands of the Coast of Europe in the Atlantic Ocean that formed during the Cold War due to volcanic activity caused by over bombing near the Atlantic Ocean. They belong to three countries: The Capanyattia Islands in the north, Morocco-Portugal in the middle and England in the south.
The actually name of the Confuso Islands is islasquenoestabanallílaúltimavezquenavegamosatravésdeestepocodemaryamenosqueplenamentedimoslavueltacreoquehetenidodemasiadodeesasangríadenuevoyheempezadoaverlascosasapesardequelasangríaesbueno, islasAnder islands because when Hai Alves (The discoverer of the Confuso Islands) first saw them that was what he said. The name is Spanish for islandsthatwerenottherelasttimewesailedacrossthisbitofoceanandunlesswefullyturnedaroundIthinkthatIhavehadtoomuchofthatsangriaagainandhavestartedseeingthingsalthoughthatsangriaisgood, Ander islands. Because of the extremely long name, the islands are most commonly referred to as the Confuso islands (Spanish for confusing), which pretty much sums it up.
The Confuso Islands started forming in 1961 after the Jovo explosion. They first broke the surface of the water in 1976 and where discovered by Spanish sailor Hai Alves in February 1977 who gave them their name. They where claimed by the crew of the Azul Barco Crucero. Below is a table showing occupation of the islands by different countries up until 1992. There has been no political change since 1992 to the Confuso Islands according to what country they are part of.
|Year||Northern Area||Middle Area||Southern Area|
|1977||ABC Crew\Spain||ABC Crew||ABC Crew|
|1978||Spain\O.U of the Spanish Countries||ABC Crew\O.U of the Spanish Countries||ABC Crew|
|1979||O.U of the Spanish Countries||O.U of the Spanish Countries||ABC Crew|
|1980||O.U of the Spanish Countries||O.U of the Spanish Countries||ABC Crew\Morocco-Portugal|
|1981-1982||O.U of the Spanish Countries||O.U of the Spanish Countries||Morocco-Portugal|
|1983||O.U. of the Spanish Countries||Morocco-Portugal||Morocco-Portugal\Algeria|
|1984-1989||O.U. of the Spanish Countries||Morocco-Portugal||Algeria|
|1990||O.U. of the Spanish Countries||Morocco-Portugal||Algeria\England|
|1991||O.U. of the Spanish Countries\Capanyattia Islands||Morocco-Portugal||England|