|Sixty Days' War|
|Spanish Empire||Kingdom of England|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Carlos Juan Cuerno||Edwin Salisbury|
The Sixty Days' War was a two month long conflict lasting from late 1624 to early 1625 in which Spanish and English forces engaged one another in what if now known as the Carlossian-Bankampari Straits for dominance over the land now called Carloso. The Spanish were lead by two men who would later become the first emperors of Carloso, Carlos Juan Cuerno and his son Theo Juan Cuerno.