Sri Lankan War
Date 2131
Location Sri Lanka
Result Indian conquest of Sri Lanka

Offensive: Republic of India

Defensive: Sri Lanka

Commanders and Leaders

Offense Leaders:

Bismarck II

Defense Leaders:

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The Sri Lankan War was a war in which Bismarck II conquered Sri Lanka.

First StrikeEdit

The war began when India began a cyberattack on Sri Lankan military computers and then fired missiles at their anti-aircraft missiles, surface-to-air missile stations, radar and anti-missile stations, which suceeded in taking out a portion of their defensive capabilities. They followed by sending two submarines and a commando team into Sri Lanka, secretly.

Next, a group of 255,000 men tried to establish a beachhead in Northern Sri Lanka, a propaganda effort began, and a naval and aerial assault followed. Casualties on the attempt to make a beachhead came at a 1:1 ratio with 20,000 dead on each side and propaganda was ineffective. All Sri Lankan naval vessels larger than corvettes were destroyed at the cost of only two destroyers. Other Sri Lankan ships retreated. India attained complete aerial superiority.

Second StrikeEdit

India followed up with further cyber attacks on Sri Lankan military networks and using spy satellites to try and identify more Sri Lankan bases, so that they could be struck by missiles or rail guns. After that, attempts would begin to make a second northern beachhead, utilizing Indian aerial superiority. They also focused on destroying rocket launchers. Reinforcements were sent and propaganda was adjusted to make it more effective. Sri Lanka was blockaded.

Cyber attacks proved partially effective, most Sri Lankan military bases were destroyed, most of Sri Lanka's armored vehicles were destroyed, propaganda was ineffective, blockades stopped spare parts shipments, Sri Lankan troops began adopting guerilla warfare tactics and 300,000 Indian troops fell due to rocket launcher strikes.

Third StrikeEdit

With all of their rage, India ordered missile strikes on hard targets on the Guatemalan military communication and electrical system. Reinforcements continued to be sent, counter-guerilla teams were launched, anti-rocket electronic warfare operations began, and Indian occupation of Sri Lanka began to spread.

India then offered for Sri Lanka to annex, while retaining most of its autonomy. With the exception of 7,000 quickly defeated guerillas, the deal was accepted, making Sri Lanka part of the Republic of India.