Battle of Denshire (1943)
|Battle of Denshire|
|Part of the Creeperian Civil War|
The streets of Denshire following the battle.
|Catholic Imperial Restoration Council||National Council for Peace and Order|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Rafael Dávalos Villa||Jairo Carballar Alcocer|
|Casualties and losses|
|2,300+ dead||2,500+ dead|
The Battle of Denshire was a battle of the Creeperian Civil War which saw the Catholic Imperial Restoration Council gain control of the southern city of Denshire from National Council for Peace and Order hands. The capture of the city allowd for the Denshire Massacre to occur the following year in 1944.