Difference between revisions of "Haichoa"
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|Location of Haichoa in Adonia|
Location of Haichoa in Adonia
|Official languages||Standard Zong|
|Overseas territory of Zong|
• Current constitution
|3,323 km2 (1,283 sq mi)|
• 2016 estimate
• 2016 census
|408.12/km2 (1,057.0/sq mi)|
|GDP (PPP)||2016 estimate|
• Per capita
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|Currency||Siliang ($) (ZSL)|
|Time zone||UTC+7 (ZST: TUC +8)|
|Date format||dd.mm.yyyy CE|
Haichoa (Standard Zong: 海蛇, Háichôa) is a Zong overseas territory in Northern Fosia. It lies 26 kilometers south of the equator, at the northern tip of the Pasundanese Peninsula, with the NAME Islands to the north and Pasundan to the south. Since the end of the Great Adonian War, Haichoa has been an important location for the Royal Zong Armed Forces. Currently about 20,000 Zong troops are based in the territory.
Breislandic colony (YEAR–YEAR)
Great Adonian War (1934–1948)
Interwar period (1948–1958)
After the Great Adonian War, Zong established numerous military bases on the Haichoa islands.
Nusaraya War (1958–1968)
Between 1958 and 1968, Haichoa was a key staging point for the Huwei Pact in its military operations directed towards Pasundan and BURMESE. It presented a geographically strategic launch pad for covert bombing missions over Pasundan and BURMESE by the Royal Zong Armed Forces, but also acted as a shield from Breislandic operations from ISLANDS NORTH. Nusaraya also enjoyed full access to the oversea territory for its military operations in Parahyangan.
Post-war era 1968–present)
902 km²+188 km²+503 km²+1,730 km²