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  1. Fireminer
    2014-03-07 03:29
    Fireminer
    Hey, could you help me with this problem? I need a festival that is celebrated by both Japanese and Chinese in October. Any idea?

    Also, how long would it take for a Submarine/Spaceship hybrid with the constant speed of 50 knots to travel from the Tokyo Port to Senkaku islands, and then to Hong Kong?
  2. Fireminer
    2013-12-24 07:51
    Fireminer
    Merry Christmas! May Lord, Mnemosyne and the Muses by with You!
  3. Achiuakuna
    2013-12-08 13:06
    Achiuakuna
    Yeah I really wished that they did away with the dexterity parts and made it 100% mental puzzles.

    I don't know about proper, but it might suit the common tastes.
  4. Sumeragi
    2013-11-30 03:17
    Sumeragi
    Wrote a summary of the situation in Korea around August~September 1945. I personally recommend making a separate thread for it so people can use it for reference in the future.
  5. Ridwan
    2013-10-27 08:35
    Ridwan
    Would it be possible for you to upload your book to mediafire or scribd ? I can upload mine for you in return.
  6. Ridwan
    2013-10-10 13:44
    Ridwan
    Let me now if you have a map or an update to show, jaa.
  7. Ridwan
    2013-10-08 10:48
    Ridwan
    Yeah, I have my doubts Tan Malaka's Republic would last. But rather then from civil war, I'd say it will be from allied invasion. IOTL, in the face of eventual Japanese invasion, native politicians proposed to colonial government to conscript Indonesian soldiers, which was refused. Understandably so, since once Indonesians are armed, they will stay so, which wasn't in their interest. I'd say their thinking will stay the same ITTL. Of course, Tan Malaka's regime will only last as long as the Japanese can support it, and once Indonesia falls into Allied hands, a conservative regime will be established over the country.
  8. LeoXiao
    2013-10-08 00:19
    LeoXiao
    The Japanese sphere of influence in this timeline is limited to SE Asia and parts of China. I'm wondering about whether or not there will be a significant civil war in Indonesia. Islamic or not I'm sure much of the conservative population of Indonesia would be unwilling to go with Tan Malaka, or a minority of conservatives/rich people could be propped up by Western powers in lieu of the Netherlands.
  9. Ridwan
    2013-10-07 23:49
    Ridwan
    The thing about him is that, while being a rabid revolutionary marxist he was, he was also at the same time an unrepentant muslim, and aspired to combine pan-Islamism and socialist internationale. That led him to disagreement with the communist establishment IOTL. I don't think Socialist Japan will make anything out of his Islamism, but it remains that he's a perfect candidate to lead an Indonesian client state. And I imagine he won't let this chance pass to apply his ideals both domestically and internationally. It won't mean Japanese troops propping up revolutions in Middle East, but I think it will have impact over Islamic intellectual ferment and thus later influence the later Arab Nationalism and Communism-Islam relations.
  10. Ridwan
    2013-10-07 13:56
    Ridwan
    About a name though, a Red Indonesia is best led by this man : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tan_Malaka

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    Eurasian American. Student of Chinese and German
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