War of the Two Brothers
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|War of the two brothers|
Emperor Atahualpa, the victorious brother, however, his reign as emperor was short.
|Inca Empire apart from northern territories, allied city-state Tumebamba, conservatives||Confederate Northern Inca Empire (1527-1532),
|Commanders and leaders|
|Huascar, Inca emperor and claimant to the northern regions||Atahualpa, Northern Inca emperor (legitimate)|
100,000 from Tumebamba, with another
2 million reservists
|+50,000, later expanded up to 250,000|
|Casualties and losses|
|~800,000 soldiers (in two battles and three city-captures), 100,000-1,000,000 civilians||Casualties added to those placed to left|
War of the two brothers (also called Inca Civil War or Inca war of succession), was a war in 1527 (the fighting started in 1531). It all started as a disagreement between the two brothers Huáscar and Atahualpa.