- "The wing was permanently assigned to the Star Destroyer Pursuer, and after the terrorist attack on the first Death Star battle station the wing gradually refocused on anti-rebel operations. I've annotated General Dodonna's after-action report on the Battle of Grumwall—"
- ―Yrica Quell mentions Grumwall in an account of the 204th's history
The Battle of Grumwall was a battle that occurred at the location Grumwall between 0 ABY and 1 ABY. The Galactic Empire's 204th Imperial Fighter Wing engaged Rebel Alliance forces as part of anti-rebel operations from the fighter wing. The fighter wing were responsible for a massacre during the fight, and after the battle, the rebel General Jan Dodonna put together an after-action report. Yrica Quell, a deserter from the 204th, annotated the report on the Battle of Grumwall as part of an account on the 204th's history.
Behind the scenes
- Alphabet Squadron (First mentioned, simultaneous with Alphabet Squadron audiobook)
- Alphabet Squadron audiobook (Mentioned only)
Notes and references
- Alphabet Squadron
- Alphabet Squadron establishes that the Battle of Grumwall took place after the Battle of Yavin and while Jan Dodonna was alive. Star Wars 55 shows that Dodonna died during the Assault on the Mako-Ta Space Docks, which Ultimate Star Wars, New Edition states is a year after the Battle of Yavin and Star Wars: Galactic Atlas dates the latter battle to 0 BBY and defines 0 ABY as the year after it. Therefore, the Battle of Grumwall must have taken place between 0 ABY and 1 ABY