|Koman Civil War|
Clockwise from top left:
- Hantazi forces entering Samadar
- Kuulist sympathizers during the Zadavani revolt
- Imperial forces taking position during the First Battle of Shahdar
- Street after Black Terror campaign
- State Guards entering Zadavan
- Bombed Gharam in Samadar
|Date||15 July 1933 – 19 November 1954|
(21 years, 4 months and 4 days / 7797 days)
|Location||Imperial State of Komania|
- Fall of the Khassamist regime.
Khassam Hazdenli's regime is abolished due to internal pressures, failures in securing authority, and an increase in tribal violence.
- Start of the Besher regime.
Minister Hayar Besher replaces Khassam as Prime Minister of the new government.
- Overhaul of the Koman government.
Creation of a Nonpartisan government under supervision of Emperor Fadhamiz.
- Total dismantling of current political parties.
All political parties dismantled as a result of the new nonpartisan system.
Imprisonment and execution of Kuulists and Kuulist sympathizers.
- Abolishment of tribal authorities.
The tribal system is abolished. Tribal warlords are either imprisoned, executed, or offered positions in the new government.
Kuulist-majority territories integrated into Shomosvan.
File:Flag of KIA.png Koman Imperial army
File:Flag of KSG.png State Guards
File:Flag of KM.png Karamanist militia
File:Flag of Koman Government.png Government of Komania (under de facto PM Khassam Hazdenli)
Various pro-Sannist tribes
- Bashan (1938-1951)
File:Flag of Hatamist Komania.png Hatamist Provisional Government
Koman Kuulist Party
File:Flag of HKPG.png Hatamist Provisional Government (1938-1951)
Torosh Revolutionary Forces
Various pro-Kuulist tribes
- Bashan (1951-1954)
Neutral Forces: |
File:Flag of Koman Anti-Monarchists.png Anti-Royalist Rebels
|Casualties and losses|
- 230,000 killed
- 190,000 wounded
- 85,000 executed
- 35,000 missing
- 260,000 killed
- 510,000 wounded (Including Opioid overdose)
- 80,500 executed
- 20,000 missing
- 55,000 killed
- 100,000 wounded
- 5,000 executed
- 15,500 missing
The Koman Civil War was fought from 15 July 1933 to 19 November 1954. Increased tensions between the Hantaziist National League Party and the Hatamist Koman Kuulist Party aggravated by the rise of factionalism within the government culminated in a full-blown conflict which brought the ruling Khassamist regime into collapse, with authority eventually being contested by all parties involved. The civil war elevated militant sentiment within the country, triggering the rise of several militias, and further collapse brought by revolting tribal warlords. For around a decade, the country was essentially split between a Sannist-aligned west and Kuulist-aligned east, with portions of the latter eventually being illegally integrated by the Union of Shomosvan.
The conflict not only was a result of almost 3 decades of internal conflicts but brought forth a clear dyscontrol of power by the ruling aristocratic government, causing friction and political dissent in an already dysfunctional government.
Course of the war
War begins (July – August 1933)
Pro-Kuulist Front in Torosham
Siege of Sarek
First Battle of Shahdar
Pro-Sannist Front in Samadar
Takeover of Zadavan
Burning of Hadin
Rise of tribal factions
Hantaziist Coalition (January 1935)
Siege of Shahdar
Hatamist Coalition (1938)
Hatam's Kuulist provisional government (1938-1951)
Kuulist Affiliated tribes
Black Terror campaign
Second Battle of Shahdar
Asharid provisional government (1948-1954)
Asharid takeover of Sannist territories
The Tarkhan Accords (1950)
Assassination of Hatam (1951)
Collapse of Hatam's provisional government
Surrender of Kuulist affiliated tribes (1950)
The Final Front (1952)
Division of Bohazad
Total Kuulist collapse
Increased royal intervention
Human rights abuses