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Second Libyan Succession War

The Scramble for North Africa
Beginning:

Rome invades Tripoli from their holdings within Tunisia on June 29th, 1539

End:

Treaty of Cordoba, March 15th, 1540

Place:

Spanish held Libya, Roman North Africa

Outcome:
  • Rome gains all of Libya
  • Spain's hold over the Mediterranean weakens
  • A new ethnicity of Libyans begins; the Italian Libyans
Major battles:

Battle of Tripoli, Siege of El Tag, Battle for Fezzan, Siege of Carthage, Battle of Cyrene

Combatants

Spain Spain

Romflagmin Rome

Commanders

Don Emilio Estevez I

Strength

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Casualties and Losses

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I'd like to add "strengths" & maybe casualties too, but I need to see if this specific table layout has it listed. Mr.Xeight 17:42, 28 December 2008 (UTC)

Previous:

First Libyan Succession War

Next:

Libyan Independence

The Greco-Roman Wars (part of World War II)
Beginning:

Greece begins its invasion of Cyrenaica on 28 October 1940

End:

Treaty of Rhodes, 23 April 1941

Place:

Roman held Libya, Roman North Africa, Egypt

Outcome:
  • Greece gains all of Libya
  • Rome's hold over the Mediterranean weakens
  • A new ethnicity of Libyans begins; the Greek Libyans
Major battles:

Invasion of Cyrenaica, Siege of El Tag, Battle for Fezzan, Siege of Berenice, Standoff at Tripoli

Combatants

Flag of Greece (PS-1) Greece

Romflagmin Rome

Commanders
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Greco-Roman Wars

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The War of Libyan Independence
Beginning:

The native Libyans began bombings across cities as ways to show they desire independence from Greece on January 15th, 1969

End:

The Revolution is put down by Greece, Libya complies on June 31st, 1973

Place:

Greek held Libya

Outcome:
  • Libya does not gain its independence
  • Greece's hold over its colonies weakens
  • The natives are more complient to Greece
Major battles:

Bombings over major cities, skirmishes across the country, re-taking of Berenice by Greek forces

Combatants

Flag of Greece (PS-1) Greece

Libyan revolutionaries

Commanders

Muammar al-Gaddafi

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