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Corsair Wars

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The '''Corsair Wars''' were a long, mostly naval struggle between Kings and Stewards of Gondor, and a series of renegade rebel forces based at Umbar and Pelargir.  
 
The '''Corsair Wars''' were a long, mostly naval struggle between Kings and Stewards of Gondor, and a series of renegade rebel forces based at Umbar and Pelargir.  
 
   
 
   
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== Early Years ==
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In the aftermath of the [[Kin-strife]], the great civil conflict between [[Eldacar]] and the usurper [[Castamir]], Castamir's sons fled to to Umbar.  There they established a breakaway government in opposition to Gondor, and continued to clash with Gondor for centuries to come.
 
In the aftermath of the [[Kin-strife]], the great civil conflict between [[Eldacar]] and the usurper [[Castamir]], Castamir's sons fled to to Umbar.  There they established a breakaway government in opposition to Gondor, and continued to clash with Gondor for centuries to come.
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== Pelargir Battles ==
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== Siege of Umbar ==
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== War of the Ring ==
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== Aftermath ==
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== References ==

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The Corsair Wars were a long, mostly naval struggle between Kings and Stewards of Gondor, and a series of renegade rebel forces based at Umbar and Pelargir.


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Early Years

In the aftermath of the Kin-strife, the great civil conflict between Eldacar and the usurper Castamir, Castamir's sons fled to to Umbar. There they established a breakaway government in opposition to Gondor, and continued to clash with Gondor for centuries to come.


Pelargir Battles

Siege of Umbar

War of the Ring

Aftermath

References