Anglo-Cornish War

3th April 1969


14th June 1969


Cornwall, Great Britain


Cornwall annexed into the BPA with high autonomy


Flag of Cornwall.svgCornwall

British Flag Alt 13.pngBPA

Casualties and Losses

The Anglo-Cornish War was a conflict between the BPA and Kernow. It began on the 3rd April and ended on the 14th June.


Prior to the War, many border clashes had occurred, though never previously leading to war. However, in 1969 the BPA started to move more and more troops into the area bordering the two nations.


on the 3th April 1969 BPA units started to move across the border in a number of places. While the British Army had far superior numbers and equipment, they Cornish forces were able to fall back into there landscape, waging a guerrilla war. After almost 6 weeks of bitter fighting, in June the two sides agreed a ceasefire and met in Cornwall to negotiate. After four days, they came out of meetings, and agreed that Cornwall would become a highly autonomous region of the BPA, and any future re-organisation into the United Kingdom would result in Cornwall as a constituent country independent of England.

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