Second War for Victoria

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Second War for Victoria
DateAugust 14, 2010 - August 16th 2010
Result South West Victoria Land Ceded to the USLSSR
Duchy of Orenburg
Union of South London Soviet Socialist Republics
United Provinces Under Chance
Republic of Atlantis
Holy Salanian Empire
Commanders and leaders
King Max Kasbar Alex Ulbricht
Rory Krenz
Overlord Chance
General Logan
General Riley
Alexander Virgili
Jordan I
Ethan I
Admiral John I

The Second War for Victoria, also known as the War of Istorian Aggression, was a conflict between the Kingdom of Istoria and the Union of South London Soviet Socialist Republics. The United Provinces Under Chance also entered the war as they upheld their alliance with the USLSSR.

The conflict was managed without the presence of the Antarctic Micronational Union, and as such, the new claims made by both Istoria and the USLSSR weren't recognized officially. Apart from a decision to suspend all membership application to the AMU until the war ended, no official declarations, however, were released by the AMU regarding the conflict.


The Second War for Victoria was declared on 14 August 2010 by Istoria, due to the Union of South London Soviet Socialist Republics (USLSSR) claiming Victoria Land in the form of the ASSR. Victoria Land had already been claimed by Istoria, but the USLSSR argued that a claim being made chronologically earlier does not make it more valid. The UPUC later joined the war on the side of their ally the USLSSR. After the UPUC decided to support the USLSSR, so too did the nations of the World Micronational Alliance (except for Gishabrun).

Almost two days later, both sides of the conflict negotiated, and as a result, Victoria Land was split between Istoria and the USLSSR, the former receiving about three quarters of it and the latter the remainder.

Intermicronational response

Support for the USLSSR and the UPUC


Support for Istoria


Peace talks took place on MicroWiki talk pages, resulting in a small territorial change in the south-west of Victoria Land.