Hopai Uprising

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Hopai Uprising
Part of Second Great War
Location
Result Kapukan victory
Territorial
changes
Belligerents
Kapuku
Kalist Front
File:Flag of Florencia.png Florencia
File:Flag4kila.png Kilalurak
File:Flag of Zhenia.png Zhenia
Commanders and leaders
Aulani Kimo
Ahe Lea
Uiliama Nihipali
Kainehe Keahi
File:Flag of Florencia.png Vladean Sudets
File:Flag of Florencia.png T'ak Min-Hyuk
File:Flag4kila.png Ritki Kiktanti
File:Flag of Zhenia.png Kim Ung
File:Flag of Zhenia.png Kang Phyo-yong
File:Flag of Zhenia.png Ri Pyong-chol
File:Flag of Zhenia.png No Kwang-chol
File:Flag of Zhenia.png Yun Jong-rin
Strength
168,957 Kapukan soldiers
39,282 Kalists
13,283 Florencians
5,491 Kilalurians
~87,000 Zhenian soldiers
Casualties and losses
58,987 killed
21,928 wounded
~2,000 missing
39,972 kiilled
18,916 wounded
~1,000 missing
~230,000 total casualties, including civilian

The Hopai Uprsing (Kapukan:ㅎㅗㅍㅏㅣ ㅋㅣㅍㅣㅇㅏㄴㅏ) (Modern Zhenian: 호파이 봉기) was a revolution fought against the Zhenia by the Kalist Front and Kapuku. The conflict lasted from February 6, 1941 to October 16, 1944 lasting about three years. In 1942 both Florencia and Kilalurak joined the war on the side of the revolutionaries.

The revolution started in 1941 from various factors, the main one being the annexation of the crown dependency of Kapuku. The first rebellion started on the island of Hulawa, with the entire island being captured by the revolutionary forces by September 1941. The armies went on to land on the island of Haumea, where feirce Zhenian resistance was seen. The troops prevailed and captured the island, starting a Kalist uprising on the island of Ulukau. At this time, the two nations of Florencia and Kilalurak both joined the war on the side of the revolutionaries. The two revolutionary factions and the forces of Florencia and Kilalurak went on to fight side by side to the city of Lono, where the final and most deadly battle of the war occured. On October 16, 1944 the troops at Lono surrendered, ending the war.

The end of the war lead to the foundation of the nation of Kapuku and the end of Zhenian presence in the Kapukan Archipelago. Kapuku was officially recognized by the world at the end of the Second Great War. October 16th is a national holiday in Kapuku, being celebrated as "Lanakina Day" or "Victory Day". The war is also seen as the beggining of Kapukan friendship with Florencia and Kilalurak, with the Serrapole Pact being founded in 1955.

Background

Second Great War

Kapukan Annexation

Course of the War

Battle of Hulawa

Kalist Uprising

Florencian and Kilalurian Support

Battle of Lono

Aftermath

Casualities

Kalist Coup

The Serrapole Pact

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