Fourth Beidar-Tiberian War

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Fourth Beidar-Tiberian War
Part of the Andalusian Theater of The Great War
Tiberian Khali Volunteers.jpg
Members of the Tiberian Khali Volunteers, near Sidayarah, 1946.
Date November 19, 1939 – September 9, 1945
Minor fighting since June 15, 1935
Location Mainland Hedjaz, Nasser and Rahmat
  • Tiberian-Brunswick victory
  • Unification of Andalusia dominated by Tiberians
  • Establishment of the Kingdom of Andalus
  • Suppression of Beidar nationalism
  • State of Eilat established
  • Dissolution of Tiberian Empire
Tiberias gains control of all of Andalusia except Nasser
 Kingdom of Tiberias

 Brunswick (1943–48)


 Etrusque (1943-48)

Commanders and leaders
Tiberias Carl XIV
Tiberias Josèp Pan
Tiberias Francis Lévesque
Tiberias Pierrick Maçon
Brunswick Otto II
Brunswick Ernest Luden
Brunswick Nicholas Hebert
Abbasid Hamad of Abbasid
Tiberias Tiberias:
2,600,000 Tiberians
Royal Air Force: 755 combat aircraft (1939-1948)
1,900,000 Abbasidi
400 combat aircraft
300,000 Pied noir and Bakri collaborators

The Fourth Beidar-Tiberian War (November 19, 1939 – September 9, 1948), was a military conflict fought primarily between the Kingdom of Tiberias and the State of Abbasid from 1939 to 1948. Tiberias invaded Abbasid, with strong financial and military help from Brunswick. After Brunswick intervened in 1943, and Tiberias joined the fighting in Columbia, the war would merge into the greater conflict of the Great War as a major front of what is broadly known as the Andalusian War. The Fourth Beidar-Tiberian War was one of the largest Columbian wars in the 20th century.