Fourth Beidar-Tiberian War
|Fourth Beidar-Tiberian War|
|Part of the Andalusian Theater of The Great War|
Members of the Tiberian Khali Volunteers, near Sidayarah, 1946.
| Kingdom of Tiberias|
|Commanders and leaders|
| Carl XIV|
| Hamad of Abbasid
| Tiberias: |
Royal Air Force: 755 combat aircraft (1939-1948)
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.