The Second Falkland War, also known as the Second Falkland Crisis, was a conflict between the Kingdom of Wessex and the Argentina in 1992, tens years after the original conflict. The conflict began with the Argentine occupation of the Falkland Islands during the transfer from British to Wessen sovereignity. Argentina saw its chance to finally put an end to the soveriegnity dispute, and moved its forces to occupy the islands in April 1992.
The Wessen Government dispatched a task force to engage in combat with the Argentinian Occupants, and retake the islands, whos inhabitants wanted to remain a British or Wessen territory, after diplomatic efforts fell through. During the conflict, 300 Argentinians, 200 Wessen and 2 Falkland Islanders died in the conflict which lasted for three months.