Bering Sea Battle

Location of the Kara Sea Hostage Crisis

The Bering Sea conflict was a multifactional military engagement that took place some time in Earth's history.[1]

Battle of the Bering SeaEdit

The concrete causes of the conflict are unknown, however judging by the geographical position of the Bering Sea and the Kara Sea, a potential regional war between the United States and the Russian Federation was the actual context of the conflict. This possibility was further confirmed by the current-day and historical political tensions between the two nations during and after the Cold War.

Kara Sea Hostage CrisisEdit

As the conflict unfolded, an American freighter illegally entered Russian territory in the Kara Sea, resulting in it's crew being captured and held hostage by Russian authorities or military forces. The subsequent American response to the "Kara Sea Hostage Crisis" plunged the U.S. into an engagement known as the "Second Battle of the Bering Sea".[1] The outcome of the conflict was unknown.


  1. 1.0 1.1 No Known Survivors: Misplaced Affection; CECL-RC Genealogy report

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