The Imperial-Norwegian war was a very short conflict between the English Imperium and the Kingdom of Denmark Norway caused by the English colonization of the Island of Greenland, it is considered the shortest war in the History of the World, only expanding one month and three days. It was led only by the monarchs of the two countries. It was only fought in Greenland and led to an English victory and the foundation of several English provinces.
Span: August 1699-September 1699
Outcome: Greenland is annexed by England
Belligerents: Side 1: English Imperium, Side 2: Denmark-Norway
Commanders: Side 1: Emperor John III of Dudley Side 2: King Christian V