|Third Balkan War|
|Yugoslavia|| Kingdom of Europa |
| Josip Broz Tito
|| Dragan Jankovic |
|approx. 120,000||approx. 250,000|
|Casualties and losses|
The Third Balkans War was a war fought in the Balkans from 1954-1955.
The war began mostly because of the creation of Kingdom of Europa and the secession of several integral parts of Yugoslavia. There was increased animosity between newly-formed Europa and Yugoslavia.
Fighting began on June 21, 1954 when Yugoslav troops invaded the border into Europa. As there had been a renewed communist insurgence in Greece, they began its invasion there as well. Europa managed to hold back the invaders, but Greece was overrun in a matter of weeks and the Yugoslavs invaded Turkey. Europa agreed to help in liberating Greece and Turkey. Europa laid seige to Yugoslav-held Istanbul and reclaimed it. Meanwhile the Turks and Free Greeks began the Liberation of Greece.