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THE GRAN CHACO  - BOLIVIA-PARAGUAY - PART TWO

 

By Connaugh

 

 

 

 

The Chaco War (1932–1935); was fought between Bolivia and Paraguay over control of the northern part of the Gran Chaco region of South America which was thought to be rich in oil. It is also referred to as La Guerra de la Sed (Spanish for "The War of Thirst") in literary circles, for being fought in the semi-arid Chaco. The origin of the war is commonly attributed to a long-standing territorial dispute and the discovery of oil deposits on the Andean plains. In 1929, the Treaty of Lima ended the hopes of the Bolivian government of recovering a land corridor to the Pacific Ocean, which was thought imperative to further development and trade. Both Bolivia and Paraguay were landlocked. Though the Chaco was sparsely populated, control of the Paraguay River running through it provided access to the Atlantic Ocean. This became especially important to Bolivia, which had lost its Pacific coast to Chile in the 1879 War of the Pacific.

 

 SITUATION:

 

Bolivia has invaded the Gran Chaco again in an attempt to gain control of the region.

 

 

MISSION:

 

Paraguayan forces are to advance into the Gran Chaco region and relieve  Nanawa which is being besieged by Bolivian forces. Then, an advance is to be made to capture Boqeuron, Isla Poi, Picuiba, Alihuata, Campo Via, Corrales, Toledo, El Carmen and then carry the war into Bolivia and capture Canada Strongest.

 

EXECUTION:

 

Northern Force will advance from Puerto Casado and capture Boqeron, Isla Poi,  Picuiba, and El Carmen.

Southern Force will advance from Asuncion and relieve the siege at Nanawa, then advance to capture Alihuata, Camp Via, Corrales, and Toledo.

The two forces will then combine to cross into Bolivia and assault Canada Strongest.

 

 

 

 

FORCE COMPOSTION:

 

Northern Force:             1 x Leopard 1A5 Platoon

                                      1 x Centauro Platoon

                                      1 x Motorized Infantry Platoon

 

Southern Force:             1 x Leopard 1A5 Platoon

                                      1 x Centauro Platoon

                                      1 x Motorized Infantry Platoon

 

CSS of Repair, Medical, and Supply will accompany each force.

2 Artillery Batteries of 6 tubes each will be available.

 

Bolivian forces include TAM VC tanks and Infantry with Anti-tank weapons.

Artillery is expected.

 

 A message will be generated when an objective is recaptured.

 




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