July 12th, 1931
Japan is divided by a political struggle between Ultraconservatives and Leftists, with the Conservatives in the North, and the Leftists in the South. Aomori is split because of the ordeal.
August 2nd, 1931
China gives military support to the leftists. Threatened by this action, the Conservatives begin military exercises.
August 27th, 1931
Pro-Leftists rebels invade Western Aomori. Relations between the North and South crumble. Seeing the opportunity to invade their former enemies and secure a foothold in Japan, the Soviet Union offers to sell weapons and vehicles to the Leftists. Not ready in the slightest to turn down such a deal, the Leftists pay extra.
September 4th, 1931
Out of paranoia of a Southern "First Strike", the Conservatives charge the leftist border without warning. Infuriated by this attack, Leftist leader Shigeru Yoshida demands them to stand down or face the strength of Patriotism. Hirohito ignores the Leftist leader.
September 13th, 1931
Soviet and Chinese forces land on the Southern coast in Toyama. Despite their past rivalries, Leftist civilians and soldiers greet their allies with open arms.
September 15th, 1931
A joint attack from Soviets and Pro-leftists assault Utsunomiya, overthrowing the present Conservative forces. Emperor Hirohito begs for assistance from the U.S, but is denied.
September 19th, 1931
Chinese forces launch an amphibious assault on Wakkanal. Conservative citizens begin to rebel. Hirohito orders strict marshal law.
September 30th, 1931
Leftist forces capture Fukushima. Northern citizens do their best to help Conservative soldiers.
October 9th, 1931
The Leftists in Aomori are forced out. Conservative marines invade Fukui and Kanazawa. Chinese forces stationed in Kyoto are put on high alert. Toyohara island is invaded by Russians.
October 11th, 1931
Chinese soldiers capture Asahikawa. Hirohito orders his soldiers to retreat from the front line in Central Japan.
October 17th, 1931
Conservatives reclaim Asahikawa, ignoring Emperor Hirohito's order to stand down. Impressed by their success, Hirohito assigns them as the Hokkaido HQ.
October 21st, 1931
The Hokkaido HQ drives China out of Wakkanai, before needing to retreat at the sight of Soviet and Chinese combined arms on the horizon. Shigero Yoshida signs a pact with China, declaring an alliance.
October 31st, 1931
The Hokkaido HQ is dissolved after a brutal Soviet offensive. feeling crushed and defeated, Hirohito surrenders.
[This message has been edited by immagetu (edited 05-28-2015 @ 06:11 PM).]