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The term Mexican-Californian War is used to describe two sequential, and at times parallel, armed conflicts in San Diego. From early 1998 to 1999, the war was between army of the Central American Union (CAU), and the Californian rebel guerrillas in San Diego County. From March 24, 1999 to June 10, 1999, the Axis Pact attacked Mexico, with the Confederacy and Florida both commiting to ground forces and Britain, the United States and the Caribbean Federation launching heavy bombing raids on Mexico. Californian militants continued battles with Mexican forces, resulting in a general conventional war between California and Mexico. Amidst a massive displacement of population in San Diego and southern California estimated to be close to one million people.
The Mexican-Californian War was described by some as being the first humanitarian war. It was the center of news headlines for months, and gained a massive amount of coverage and attention from the international community and media. San Diego and the bombing of Mexico was also a very controversial war and still remains a controversial issue, and since the end of the war, the country continues to be the most disputed territory in North America - and probably the world.