East German-Molossian War

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East German-Molossian War
War with East Germany
Date2 November 1983 - present (de jure)
2 November 1983 - 3 October 1990 (de facto)
Status Ongoing (de jure)


Vikeslandflag.jpg Vikesland (2009-2018)
Flag of East Germany.svg East Germany
Commanders and leaders

Kevin Baugh

Vikeslandflag.jpg King Christopher I (2009-2018)
Der Präsident

The East German-Molossian War (German: Ostdeutsch-Molossischer Krieg), also known in Molossia as the War with East Germany, is a ongoing war that was declared by the Grand Republic of Vuldstein (modern-day Molossia) against East Germany.


On 2 November 1983, the government of Vuldstein (modern-day Molossia) declared war against the German Democratic Republic, alleging that they were responsible for military drills performed by Kevin Baugh while stationed with the United States Military in West Germany, and therefore are also "responsible for the resulting lack of sleep [of Kevin Baugh]."[1][2] While East Germany formally ceased to exist in 1990 via the Treaty on the Final Settlement, Molossia alleges that Ernst Thälmann Island, through dedication by Cuba to Weimar German politician Ernst Thälmann and lack of mention in the Treaty on the Final Settlement or by the nation of Cuba either, is still East German land, allowing for the war to continue.

In 2009, Vikesland (an ally of Molossia) visited Ernst Thälmann Island and claimed to found an East German flag there. Through this discovery, he concluded that East Germany "still operating long after its demise."[3]

On 18 July 2020, a group of people who claimed to represent East Germany visited Molossia to request the end of the war. However, Kevin Baugh "emphatically declined" their request due to "variety of reasons".[4] On 21 December 2020, the President of New East Germany, a nation which claims to be the successor of East Germany, said he "wishes to make peace with Molossia." This statement was published on the public news network of New East Germany.


  1. "The War with East Germany". Molossia.org. Retrieved 2017-10-18.
  2. Machado, Carmen (2013-04-26). "The Imaginary Republic of Molossia". VICE. Retrieved 2017-10-18.
  3. "The War with East Germany". Molossia.org. Retrieved 2017-10-18.
  4. "TOURISTS, EAST GERMANS AND YES THEORY". Khasmin Molossia News. Retrieved 2021-07-07.

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