First Dundorfian Civil War
Erste Dundorfischer Bürgerkrieg
Große Patriotische Krieg (Great Patriotic War)
Part of Dundorfian Civil Wars
Reichsheer forces rushing socialist positions under fire.
Date: 6 June 1922 - 15 March 1924
Location: Dundorf
Result: Leftist victory, Nobility exiled or stripped of political power
Flag of DunorfreichDundorfian Reich
-- Reichsheer
-- Heimkorps
-- Freikorps
-- Selbstschutzverband
DDRflagDundorfian Democratic Republic
--1st Dundorfian Civil War5 Republican Defense League
-- Leftist militias
--Socialist international volunteers
Tiberius Bauer

The First Dundorfian Civil War (Dundorfian: Erste Dundorfischer Bürgerkrieg) also known as the Great patriotic War (Dundorfian: Große Patriotische Krieg) by the royalist and conservatives. The civil war had it roots within the victory of the Socialist in the January, 1922 elections for the Reichstag. The civil war began on June 6th when members of the Home Corps and the militant members of the Republican Defense League (Dundorfian: Republikanerischer Schutzbund) opposed a protest by members of a conservative political movement. The Home Corps went to provide security for the protest and seeking a physical fight, as was common in the months before the civil war for both sides, began a brawl which would spark a movement across the entire Dundorfian Reich that would bring it to its knees and see it eventually collapse. The Dundorfian Police were brought in to break up the protest and the conservatives saw this as a means to arrest the socialist. Minister of the Interior Ludwig Otto von Hohenstauffen announced that the Dundorfian Police would be supported by the Reichsheer and would break the protest "promoted by the leftist to disturb public order".

The Kasier, Georg Wilhelm VI refused to take action against his own people. Historians suspect that the young Kaiser saw the writing on the wall during the outbreak of the civil war and did all he could to prevent the House of Hohenstauffen from falling victim to the civil war. It was during this period that the Kasier and his family began to move their wealth throughout the conservative-aligned areas of the Dundorfian Reich such as Dorvik and Rutania. Kaiser Georg Wilhelm VI left the management of the crisis to Chancellor Wilhelm von Asnacht, Minister of the Interior Ludwig Otto von Hohenstauffen (the Kaiser's brother) and Chief of Staff and Minister of War Regismund Augustus von Faust-Essen (the brother of the reigning Dorvish King). The three formed a triumvirate which would guide the Dundorfian Reich to collapse, historians often dispute that their actions had little to do with what Dundorfian historians call "...the course of history" while others speculate that the light handed response at first garnered the socialist legitimacy.

As the civil war spread throughout the Dundorfian Reich, the Imperial government was increasingly rendered useless. Services and local governments were either overthrown by socialist and organized into councils or were placed underneath direct control of the appointed Oberprasidents of the Ministry of the Interior. The Dundorfian Police began cracking down on the socialist far more than the conservatives, though there are several records of skirmishes between the Dundorfian Police and the Home Corps. Minister of the Interior Ludwig Otto von Hohenstauffen saw this chance to suppress members of the SRP and the IRP, he would go on to arrest several dozen members on the night of June 17th, 1922 including much of their senior leadership. Tiberius Bauer narrowly escaped capture when he fled to Kirlawa where the socialist were gaining ground due to an influx of international volunteers arriving from throughout the globe.

The Reichsheer remained immobilized due to Kasier Georg Wilhelm VI not wishing to see the state move against the people. Chief of Staff and Minister of War Regismund Augustus von Faust-Essen pushed the young Kasier to use the military or risk the total collapse of the Dundorfian Reich. By November, 1922 the Kaiser announced his abdication and proclaimed that the Dundorfian Reich would exist but no longer as a monarchy. This drove Regismund Augustus von Faust-Essen to mobilize the Reichsheer which had been a step short of revolting due to inaction, the last second influx of troops was not enough to counter the socialist as they swept throughout Kirlawa, Dundorf and the southern portion of Rutania. The conflict was more political than military, that was to come after the first civil war, the conflict saw many places within Kirlawa, Aloria and Dundorf proper organize along the lines of socialism, they formed councils and the ruling coalition of the SRP and IRP formed the first Dundorfian Democratic Republic.

Ludwig Otto von Hohenstauffen ruled as Imperial Regent (Dundorfian: Reichsverwesers) for three months until February, 1923 when socialist forces had overrun the Dundorfian Reich's capital of Dunburg. Shortly after the capture of Dunburg the socialist proclaimed the official foundation of the Dundorfian Democratic Republic and signaled the death knell of the Dundorfian Reich underneath the rule of the Hohenstauffen family. The Dundorfian Democratic Republic would soon be locked in a bitter conflict with the Dundorfian Reich underneath the leadership of several successive leaders before the conflict eventually ended in the late 1940s due to lack of resources and war exhaustion. This conflict was known as the Collapse of the Dundorfian Reich-era.

The Dundorfian Democratic Republic, located primarily in Dundorf proper, Kirlawa and the south-east portion of Aloria would go on to strip all nobles of their titles, confiscate their wealth and land, deny them basic human rights and banned them from political offices. In 1923 the conservatives and royalist began to form militias and secret societies to oppose the socialist.

Origin of the conflictEdit

Reichstag elections of January 1922Edit

Socialist victoryEdit

Dundorfischer GewerkschaftsbundEdit

Union takeover of private industryEdit


Konservativer Stern allianceEdit

The first year of the warEdit

Formation of militiasEdit

Debate within the ReichsheerEdit

6 June 1922Edit

Reichsheer supportEdit

The second year of the WarEdit

In the 1920s, Civil War broke out in Dundorf between Socialists and Capitalists.

Republikanischer Schutzbund (Republican Defense League)

Heimkorps (Home [Defense] Corps - conservative)

-socialists become aggressive, promoting militant trade unionism

-enact reforms; government biased against Right, unions begin taking own control, no "rule of law"

-capitalists/conservatives/monarchists/military/ rise in revolt


-Kaiser stays neutral, unable to kill subjects; 17-year-old Georg Wilhelm I forced to abdicate in 1922

-monarchy collapses in 1923 (Ludwig Otto von Hohenstauffen ruled as military dictator for 3 months before losing and being forced to surrender)

-revolt put down after two years

-nobility stripped of political offices; many lost land & wealth; denied rights, esp. political ones

-organized secret societies to resist socialist legislation and actions


Collapse of the Dundorfian Reich topics
History History of DundorfFirst Dundorfian Civil WarCollapse of the Dundorfian ReichBadara ProtectorateDundorfian Democratic Republic (Historical)Dundorfian Reich
Military: ReichsheerWehrmachtNational People's ArmyFreikorpsHeimkorpsRepublican Protection League (Dundorf)
Geography DundorfDorvikAloriaKirlawaRutaniaOde RiverGrünwald ForestBlack Mountain ChainBingen RiverCzimnetz RiverHof RiverHof River
States of the Dundorfian ReichDistricts of the Dundorfian Democratic Republic (Historical)
Politics Government of the Dundorfian EmpireGovernment of the Dundorfian ReichGovernment of the Dundorfian Democratic Republic (Historical)
Historic Parties: Traditional Conservative Party (Dundorf)Liberal Conservative Party (Dundorf)Movement for the Hosian Community (Dundorf)Social Revolutionary Party (Dundorf)Institutional Revolutionary Party (Dundorf)Dundorfian People's PartyDundorfian National Socialist Movement
Demographics Ethnic Groups: Dundorfians • Kerisians • Lormans
Religion: Reformed Hosian Church of DorvikDundorfian Paganism
Culture Monarchs of DundorfDundorfian nobilityDorvish nobility
Economy Economy of the Dundorfian EmpireEconomy of the Dundorfian ReichEconomy of the Dundorfian Democratic Republic (Historical)Dundorfian MarkReichsmark
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