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There've been many wars in which the side known as the "North" conquered the one known as the "South", e.g.:

  • Three Kingdoms period in China: the Northern kingdom conquered the two Southern ones
  • The Northern & Southern dynasties period in China also ended with a Northern dynasty conquering the South
  • Vietnam War: North Vietnam conquered South Vietnam
  • American Civil War: the Union ("North") conquered the Confederacy ("South")
  • Korean War: Stalemate

I'm curiously unable to think of a war which ended in a Southern victory. Has there been such a war?

To clarify: I'm most interested for North vs. South wars here. An event such as Germany's conquest of Norway in WW2, although it is a case of a Southern invader conquering a Northern country, isn't actually a North vs. South war, because it's multi-front (there was also an Eastern front, a Western front, etc).

There've been many wars in which the side known as the "North" conquered the one known as the "South", e.g.:

  • Three Kingdoms period in China: the Northern kingdom conquered the two Southern ones
  • The Northern & Southern dynasties period in China also ended with a Northern dynasty conquering the South
  • Vietnam War: North Vietnam conquered South Vietnam
  • American Civil War: the Union ("North") conquered the Confederacy ("South")
  • Korean War: Stalemate

I'm curiously unable to think of a war which ended in a Southern victory. Has there been such a war?

To clarify: I'm most interested for North vs. South wars here. An event such as Germany's conquest of Norway in WW2, although it is a case of a Southern invader conquering a Northern country, isn't actually a North vs. South war.

There've been many wars in which the side known as the "North" conquered the one known as the "South", e.g.:

  • Three Kingdoms period in China: the Northern kingdom conquered the two Southern ones
  • The Northern & Southern dynasties period in China also ended with a Northern dynasty conquering the South
  • Vietnam War: North Vietnam conquered South Vietnam
  • American Civil War: the Union ("North") conquered the Confederacy ("South")
  • Korean War: Stalemate

I'm curiously unable to think of a war which ended in a Southern victory. Has there been such a war?

To clarify: I'm most interested for North vs. South wars here. An event such as Germany's conquest of Norway in WW2, although it is a case of a Southern invader conquering a Northern country, isn't actually a North vs. South war, because it's multi-front (there was also an Eastern front, a Western front, etc).

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There've been many wars in which the side known as the "North" conquered the one known as the "South", e.g.:

  • Three Kingdoms period in China: the Northern kingdom conquered the two Southern ones
  • The Northern & Southern dynasties period in China also ended with a Northern dynasty conquering the South
  • Vietnam War: North Vietnam conquered South Vietnam
  • American Civil War: the Union ("North") conquered the Confederacy ("South")
  • Korean War: Stalemate

I'm curiously unable to think of a war which ended in a Southern victory. Has there been such a war?

To clarify: I'm most interested for North vs. South wars here. An event such as Germany's conquest of Norway in WW2, although it is a case of a Southern invader conquering a Northern country, isn't actually a North vs. South war.

There've been many wars in which the side known as the "North" conquered the one known as the "South", e.g.:

  • Three Kingdoms period in China: the Northern kingdom conquered the two Southern ones
  • The Northern & Southern dynasties period in China also ended with a Northern dynasty conquering the South
  • Vietnam War: North Vietnam conquered South Vietnam
  • American Civil War: the Union ("North") conquered the Confederacy ("South")
  • Korean War: Stalemate

I'm curiously unable to think of a war which ended in a Southern victory. Has there been such a war?

There've been many wars in which the side known as the "North" conquered the one known as the "South", e.g.:

  • Three Kingdoms period in China: the Northern kingdom conquered the two Southern ones
  • The Northern & Southern dynasties period in China also ended with a Northern dynasty conquering the South
  • Vietnam War: North Vietnam conquered South Vietnam
  • American Civil War: the Union ("North") conquered the Confederacy ("South")
  • Korean War: Stalemate

I'm curiously unable to think of a war which ended in a Southern victory. Has there been such a war?

To clarify: I'm most interested for North vs. South wars here. An event such as Germany's conquest of Norway in WW2, although it is a case of a Southern invader conquering a Northern country, isn't actually a North vs. South war.

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Has there been a war in which the South conquered the North?

There've been many wars in which the side known as the "North" conquered the one known as the "South", e.g.:

  • Three Kingdoms period in China: the Northern kingdom conquered the two Southern ones
  • The Northern & Southern dynasties period in China also ended with a Northern dynasty conquering the South
  • Vietnam War: North Vietnam conquered South Vietnam
  • American Civil War: the Union ("North") conquered the Confederacy ("South")
  • Korean War: Stalemate

I'm curiously unable to think of a war which ended in a Southern victory. Has there been such a war?