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by The Peaceful Republic of Anollasia. . 1,069 reads.

Military

Believe it or not, Anollasia once had an actual military!

British red coat soldiers

Before the Ottomans settled in northern Anollasia, there was just the british. Such soldiers were found in Anollasia in the 17th, and 18th century. They fought in wars such as the English - Ottoman War, the Battle of the English, Ottoman and French, and the Anollasian War of Independence. They were under command of Britain.

Janissaries

Janissaries (in Turkish, Yeniçeri, meaning new troops) were the Ottoman soldiers in northern Anollasia (at the time Ottoman Anolland). They were found in the 17th and 18th century. They fought in wars such as the English - Ottoman War, the Battle of the English, Ottoman and French, and the Anollasian War of Independence. They were under the command of the Ottoman Empire.

Anollasian blue coat soldiers

After the War of Independence, Anollasia set up it's own military, since it no longer needs the red coats or janissaries. These soldiers were called the Anollasian blue coat soldiers. They were active until 1850, when they got updated to the Anollasian brown coat soldiers.

Anollasian brown coat soldiers

The blue coat soldiers were getting old, so to update with the advancing world, Anollasian brown coat soldiers were introduced. They have been around until 1950, but the size of the military diminished since 1912, due to the Anollasian Act of Peace.

Anollasian green coat soldiers

After the brown coats, the Anollasian green coat soldiers have been introduced in 1950. They have been replaced in 1999. They are quite similar to the modern Anollasian soldiers, but lack protection and more modern gear. They haven't been very active.

Modern Anollasian soldiers

These are the modern Anollasian soldiers. Introduced in 1999. However, the military was disbanded in 2014.

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