The Indo-Burmese war was a war in Nation Creation where Bismarck II conquered Burma.


In the year 2102, India declared war on Burma, citing war crimes, state-sponsored terrorism and human rights abuses.

They began by conducting a cyber attack disabling Burmese electricity and ‘military networks.’ They also hacked the Censorship Bureau so messages from India would display on Burmese televison sets.

India mobilized their navy to engage the Burmese navy and take some islands and rail gun strikes were ordered on parts of the capitol as missiles were launched at radar and anti-aircraft systems. 120 multiroles and 15 electronic warfare aircraft were sent to attack ‘strategic positions’ in Burma. Assuming that air superiority was achieved, 750,000 men were to advance into Burma. Three tank divisions escorted by multiroles were to lead the offensive, pushing into the Irrawady, Sittwe and Sagaing respectively. Escorted bombers were also instructed to target manufacturing plants and airstrips as transports paradropped troops into Northern Burma.

For the most part, the plan worked flawlessly. The only significant problem was a fair defense at Sagaing.


India instructed for aircraft to launch missiles at Sagaing and then to continue with the offensive. They also ordered bombers on production centers to change their flight patterns for increased effectiveness on the few remaining stations. They also ordered a blockade. The paratroopers were instructed to begin guerilla warfare. Plans to recruit help from Burmese civilians also began.

The bombing went well, but civilian recruitment, which got nowhere, the paratroopers, which were confronted with Burmese guerilla warfare, and Sagaing did not. The civilians put up such a fierce resistance that half of the Indian troops there died. Several civilians died in Sagaing and the bombed production center, so it is also arguable if the bombing of production centers could be considered successful.


India then ordered reinforcements to Sagaing and the guerillas. The islands conquered earlier were turned into makeshift military bases. 20 multiroles and 10 electronic warfare craft were then ordered to provide close air support to a group of Indian soldiers near a beach.

After these final offensives, Burma surrendered unconditionally.