Pashaist Revolts in Milevia
Czisilian revolutionary leader Aoler Ipzí in 1947
Czisilia (1942 onwards)
|Casualties and losses|
|10,000+ combat-related Milevian and Helsonian deaths|
The Pashaist Revolts in Milevia were a series of violent revolts which started in March 1940 and continued until January 1952. The revolts targeted the Balkist and Kúúlist regimes in Farmosh and Kaisen-Czisilia, with the aim of establishing a Pashaist, theocratic state in the former Terminian Far East. They were sparked by a crackdown on religious freedom in the Helsonian satellite state of Kaisen and Czisilia, as well as the widespread persecution of Pashaists in Farmosh under the rule of hardline Balkist Yekhar Ṅacraś.
The revolts culminated in an armistice signed on the 20th January 1952, which left the insurgents in control over what would become the Pashaist Republic of Czisilia. Kaisen, which claimed sovereignty over Czisilia, eventually recognised Czisilian independence in 1971.