Second American Civil War
The Second American Civil War (2084–2089), also known as the Great Split, was a civil war in the United States.
The Second American Civil War broke out in 2084 as a result of governmental and economic collapse and loss of trust in central institutions. Several southern states began seceding from the Union. Over the next few years, states formed alliances; the military fractured between different sides. By 2088, continental America was divided into East and West, with East America receiving support from allies including Britain, France, and Japan, and West America receiving support from allies including Germany, Italy, and Israel. Widespread anarchy triggered civilian riots and disorganized attacks; state militias went head-to-head in battleground states, and some infiltrated states behind the front lines. In 2089, East and West America officially separated and agreed to a treaty acknowledging the two alliances as distinct nations. Loose definitions and ongoing disputes led to continued fighting over territory, particularly along the heavily enforced intracontinental border (commonly known as the Intracon Wall).
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