Fourth Sekowan Civil War
Date January 2935 - November 2962
Location Sekowo
Result Eternal Harmony victory
Eternal Harmony and Empire Magnificent of Sekowo
The Peoples Army of Sekowo
Imperial Dominions of Greater Sekowo
National Liberation Army
Socialist Federal Republic of Sekowo
Sekowo Flag 2 Tenno Yukio Ishida
Sekowo Flag 2 Tenno Kumiko Ishida Sekowo Flag 2 Hidetora Ichimonji
Sekowo Flag 2 Kobayashi Ishida
Sekowo Flag 2 Ambrosios Hiroto Sophocles Theodotus
Sekowo Flag 2 Akimoto Akira
GSK LogoGeneral Ito
Imperial Dominions Flag Emperor Michael III Laskaris
Imperial Dominions Flag Emperor Theodore I Komnenos
Imperial Dominions Flag Emperor Justin I Laskaris
Sekowo socialist Commander William Hatsuharu
Sekowo socialist Isembart Kichirō Du Moucel
Sekowo socialist General Haneul Hikaru
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Taisei Yokusenkai Militia:
People's Liberation Army:
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People's Revolutionary Army:
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Military Casualties


The radicalisation of Sekowan politics during the last years of the Federal Commonwealth, coupled with a severe fiscal crisis, finally led to the demise of the Commonwealth. Following a brief civil war, the Ishida Dynasty again gained power in February 2925, with the ascent to the throne of Yukio Ishida and the creation of the Eternal Harmony and Empire Magnificent of Sekowo. This last period is also marked by the intensification of ethnic conflict, and was almost entirely covered by civil war. Ethnic and economic tensions ran high during the first years of the Eternal Harmony. The Empire's administration was dominated by Gao-Showan zaibatsu elites, which led to resentment from the Sécowonnais middle class and poor Orinco farmers. The poverty of many Orincos determined them to seek employment in the military, which in consequence meant that the army contained a large plurality of Orincos.

Orinco JuntaEdit

In 2932, on the 21st of June, several dissatisfied Orinco army generals seized power in a largely bloodless coup d'etat, and divided power among two prominent generals, Michael Laskaris and Theodore Komnenos. The new regime, officially called The Holy Empires of East and West Sekowo, was a militarist and Orinco dominated regime, in which sovereignty was to be protected by two Emperors on behalf of the people. The primary aimof the new constitution was to protect the rights of minorities against an overzealous and centralizing government. However, the Orinco regime strongly discriminated against Gao-Showans and other ethnicities in Sekowo. Soon the new government descended into warlord-ism, with a new warlord, Kallistos Aurelius, claiming the Western Throne.

Ishida Loyalist RebellionEdit

The coup, although successful in taking hold of the Emperor, Yukio Ishida, and several members of the Ishida Dynasty, was not able to capture the Emperor's daughter, Kumiko Ishida. Soon after, the news of Yukio's suicide by the ancient method of seppuku prompted Kumiko to begin rallying the Ishida loyalists and to create a loyalist army. After negotiations to include Sécowonnais leaders in the loyalist struggle, the rebellion escalated in a full-flung civil war.

Partition and CeasefireEdit


The official flag of all of Sekowo during Partition

The growing power of the Ishida loyalists and the resurgence of the Eternal Harmony has prompted the Imperial Dominions to seek a ceasefire. Consequently, power was divided in June 2939 between the Junta-ruled Imperial Dominions in the North and the Ishida loyalist Eternal Harmony in the South.

Communist Insurgency and End of PartitionEdit

At first the two governments coexisted in relative peace, but because in 2944 communist insurgents led by the National Liberation Front managed to secure strongholds in the North, the Eternal Harmony decided to invade and demanded the surrender of the Imperial Dominions. The latter, receiving support from the Communists, refused, and war resumed. In the meantime, profiting from their control of the Internal Affairs ministry of the Northern Government, the Communists began creating a series of self-run and self-defended communities, with shared ownership of land and all property common, called 'People's Communes'.

Collapse of Imperial DominionsEdit

The government of the Imperial Dominions collapsed at the end of 2957, due to internecine fighting (there were several claimants to the imperial throne), general strikes, and Communist violence. The Eternal Harmony officially annexed the Imperial Dominions in February 2958, however continued guerrilla warfare by Communist insurgents in the North prevented full unification. The Communists briefly unified the People's Communes in a single state, the Socialist Federal Republic of Sekowo, but the capture of its capital of Rhodon in March 2958 greatly disorganised the rebels. In November 2962 the SFR of Sekowo was annexed by the Eternal Harmony and Empire Magnificent of Sekowo, and the war officially ended.

Sekowo articles
History Empire of Gao-Soto, Kingdom of Sekowo, Union of Sekowo, Aretic Archonate of Sekowo, Second Sekowan Civil War, Deydono Doctrine, First Commonwealth of Sekowo, First Sekowan Empire, Second Commonwealth of Sekowo, Third Sekowan Civil War, Fourth Sekowan Civil War, Second Sekowan Empire, Great Sekowian War (Operation Steel Impetus, Operation Black Bear), Southern Hemisphere War, Indralan-Sekowan War
Geography Dovani, Barrier Range, Great Northern Dovani Plain
Demographics Ethnicities: Sekowans, Kunihito, Gao-Showa, Sécowonnais, Orinco, Kli'kut, Kuragao
Religions: Mazdâyanâ and Zenshō Daenism, Kamism, Jienism, Guidao, Native Beliefs, Aurorian Patriarchal Church, Orinco Polytheism
Languages: Sekowan, Kunikata, Canrillaise, Orinco, Tsekwon
Government & Politics Government of Sekowo, Politics of Sekowo, Political Parties, Ishida Dynasty, Zenshō Socialism, Pan-Dovanism
Han Hokuzan, Tōzan, Nanzan, Kankawara, Sanko
States & Protectorates Argos, Cho'kun, Kurageri, Lyore, Medina, Midway, Rapa Pile, Shiratoku, Teoitan, Tropica
Armed Forces Imperial Sekouo Air Force, Imperial Sekouo Ground Forces, Imperial Sekouo Navy
People Arya Patil, Ayako Ishida, Chandi Prateesh, Fritz Melchior Schulz, Hinata Ishida, Jim Kelton, Kurt Heinz Baumgartner, Kyumi Ishida, Lucumon Deydono, Motoko Kayabuki, Orihime Arisawa, Otaru Komei, Peter Kurt Baumgartner, Rodai Telos, Sakura Ishida, Samael Izunomi, Sayoko Stadtfeld, Shizune Abarai, Taisho Komei, Takeshi Komei, Oma Ishida, Suzuka Ishida, Makoto Ishida, Sai Ishida, Yuko Ishida, Himawari Ishida
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