Japan under Socialism

The popularity of Trotskyism in the USSR led to Socialist parties around the world to do by example and use Trotsky's ideas as the new Socialist doctrine.

This leads to Red revolution in Asian countries such as Japan. A political civil war erupts, with Socialist leader Yoshi Namashima in the northern districts and Imperial Prime Minister Hideki Tojo in the southern districts. Emperor Hirohito calls for a vote of government(before fighting breaks out between the masses) by the people. It is a close vote with 51% of the people voting for the Socialist, 48% voting for Imperialism and 1% undecided.This puts Yoshi Namashima as Japan's new prime minister and demotes Hedeki Tojo to Major General of the People's Armed Forces.

Events leading to the Second World War

With the new government in place the new Prime minister of Japan sends Socialist orators to U.S. held Pacific islands in an effort to gain support for Socialists there.

By 1933 Socialism grew in the U.S. Pacific Islands and territories causing their defection from the U.S. and becoming part of the Japanese Socialist Empire. This caused great unrest back in Washington with a Declaration Of War against Japan by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and the two houses.

The Red Alliance

The Red Alliance consisted of the U.S.S.R., Japan, Argentina, Peru, Brazil, Czechoslovakia, Germany and most European countries.

The Free World Entente

The Free World Entente consisted of Great Britain, France, the U.S., China, Panama, Colombia, Nicaragua, and Venezuela.

The Defense of the Pacific islands

-The Philippines:The U.S. troops still on the island destroyed radar and radio towers, as well as barracks and granaries. The U.S. citizenry and soldiery final act was to burn down and salted the produce fields.The soldiers then hid in the Filipino Jungles.