What was the most “peaceful” war in history?

What was the most “peaceful” war in history in terms of destruction and casualties recorded?


The “war” between Denmark and Canada, which has been going on since 1984.

Two countries “fight” for a small uninhabited island called the island of Hans.

The small island fought for

Since 1984, the so-called “intelligent war” has been waged on the island: once every few months, the troops of Canada or Denmark landed alternately, dismantle the flag of the opposing side and set their own, after which the servicemen drink the captured alcoholic drinks left by the enemy on the island and mark the capture of the island.

Leaving the island, military sailors also leave alcohol on the island: the Danes - schnapps, and the Canadians - whiskey.