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The Federation-Tzenkethi War was a conflict taking place between the United Federation of Planets and Tzenkethi Coalition in the 24th century.

The war lasted four years from 2358 to 2362. The conflict was started by the Tzenkethi to halt "Federation imperialistic expansion" towards their territory. The war was mainly along along the Federation-Tzenkethi border and in unclaimed space. The Tzenkethi did not attempt a widespread invasion of Federation territory nor did they attack any of the Federation's core worlds. (The Dominion War Sourcebook: The Fires of Armageddon)

Captain James Leyton and his first officer Benjamin Sisko fought in the war aboard the USS Okinawa. (DS9: "The Adversary", "Paradise Lost")

Captain Sydney Caldwell and her crew aboard the USS Cartwright disappeared and were assumed killed during the war in 2360. (Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "Dakota")

Events

  • Battle of the Helaspont Nebula


Federation wars
First Federation-Klingon War | Four Years War | Federation-Cardassian War | Federation-Tholian War | Federation-Tzenkethi War | Federation-Dominion Cold War | Second Federation-Klingon War | Dominion War | Federation-Alliance War
Alternate timelines
Andromedan War (Star Fleet Battles) | Doomsday War (New Voyages) | Federation Civil War (Pendragon) | Federation-Gorn Conflict (Pendragon) | Federation-Romulan War (Pioneer) | Four Powers War (Star Fleet Battles) | General War (Star Fleet Battles) | Kelvan War (Orion Press)


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