Dyelli Beybian Civil War
After launching a large nuclear attack on the Drakonian Imperium, Tzar Richard IV left Dyelli Beybi for Fasta Benj, in the anticipation of a retaliatory strike. During this time, his son, Henry, later Tzar Henry IV was to organise for his father's assasination.
However, unanticipated by Henry, was that his years as Prince of Fasta Benj had made him exceedingly unpopular with the Dyellian Population which still largely regarded Benjians as 'unfit to rule'. This led to a series of rebellions forming in Dyelli Beybi.
The first and most successful rebel movement was the Socialist movement, led by Otto Himmler, a former secret service agent, Francis Crabtree, a senior Police Officer and Lunchtime O'Booze a Privy Councillor. Other figures of prominence in the rebellion included Denise Laroque and Felix Dzerzhinsky and Eamon Collins Communist revolutionaries, Air-Marshall Christopher France and Captain Rudolf von Scheer of the Archer (a Battlecruiser).
The Second Revolt was led by Pope Indolence, hoping to set up a self-governing papal state in South-Eastern Dyelli Beybi.
The third was carried out by the younger brother of Henry, calling himself Tzar George VIII.
In a series of Battles around Sheffield, Cyro, Bath and Saint Guineford's, the rebel movement under Herr Himmler came out dominant, mostly through vast numerical superiority, holding it's first elections while the Battle of Bath still raged.
Attrocities committed by Bejian troops in the Battle of Bath were partly responsible for the pillaging and slaughter that were carried out by vengeful Dyellian troops in Christchurch during the East Benjian Adventure as the small war of unification was later to be dubbed.