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Rio de la Plata War


Second Great European War
War of Confederate Independence
Second Latin American War


First Sino-Japanese War

First Global War
Charge of the light brigade
Second America's War, CSA

Top: Battle of Haarlem

Bottom: Battle of Knoxville

March 29, 1858


September 17, 1862


Europe, North America, South America, Asia


United Coalition Victory


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List of Commanders during First Global War

List of Commanders during First Global War




Casualties and Losses



The First Global War was the name given to unite three simultaneous wars taking place in North America, South America, Europe and Asia, the War of Confederate Independence, Second Great European War and the Second Latin American War. This title was given during the Second Global War, as historians and officials began to recognize that all three wars were part of a larger conflict. However, the names of the original conflicts are still used to describe the different fronts of the war.