|Second Pacific War (A World of Difference)|
| Asian Powers|| Western Coalition ||Allies|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Emperor X, Emperor Y, Consul Z, King A, King B, President C|| Napoleon III of France, Nicholas III of Russia, Theodore Roosevelt
, Emperor D of the Incan Empire, King E, King F
|Emperor G, Emperor H, President I, King J|
The Second Pacific War was a war that was the result of the First Pacific War. The defeated nations of sought retribution and a victory to even the score. However, the Western Coalition was quickly closing in on the Asian Powers by mid-1905 and it was not until the addition of the Allies that the Asians began to make comebacks. The Allies consisted of enemies that the Coalition had made in the Americas.
The Coalition took control over Indochina, Siam, and Lanka in 1907 and ended up forcing surrenders from China, Japan, and Korea, while taking land reparation from Van Diemenia and the Allies. The end of the war in 1909 proved to the world that the Asians were falling, but it also invigorated each of the defeated nations to take different courses in world affairs. Japan and Korea decided to ally themselves with the West, particularly Russia and America, while China allied itself with Germany.