|Date||June 14th, 1943 - July 28th 1947|
|Result||Decisive Aztec/American victory|
Operation Quetzalcoatl (Nahuatl: Quetzalcoatl Ticicalli) was the code name for A/A invasion of the Incan Empire during World War II that commenced on 14 June 1943. Over 11.7 million troops of the Allied powers invaded the Incan Empire. The planning for Operation Quetzalcoatl started on 18 September 1942.
The operational goal of Quetzalcoatl was the rapid conquest of the north part of the Incan Empire. It finished by the bombing of Pucara and Cochabamba with atomic bombs and the take of Cuzco and Taraucana (the two capitals).
Operation Quetzalcoatl remains the second largest military operation, in terms of manpower, area traversed, and casualties, in human history. Most importantly, Operation Quetzalcoatl closed up the American Front, which ultimately became the second biggest theater of war in world history. Operation Quetzalcoatl and the areas which fell under it became the site of some of the largest battles, deadliest atrocities and terrible loss of life.