War of Italy Edit
January 10, 2001 marked the beginning of tensions, and began the domino effect that would span over nearly an entire year. Caliphate Abu Haddad had unlawfully annexed the land known as Italy. Without regard for the already present Vatican State, this quickly triggered a conflict between the Vatican and Arabia, and very soon, Persie and The Holy Britannian Empire were in all out war. Peace-talks began when multiple cities were damaged and it was agreed upon that North Italy would belong to Britannia the islands to Persie, the middle to the Vatican and the "foot" to Arabia. A war had ended, the date was somewhere in April, 2001.
War of South ItalyEdit
September 20, 2001 resumed conflict, it was this day that the Brittish Empire led by Moreau III laid naval seige to Venice, and Britannians had to act quickly, losing much of the city. The Emperor Of Britannia quickly summoned a meeting, and one month later on October 27, 2001 South Italy was blitzed and annexed by the Vatican.
After the T-Virus Crisis Italy was given up, and with lots of map changes, Britannia was the last nation to have Italy, and to this day, North Italy although much smaller, still remains under control of Britannia.