• If I remember correctly, even when not at war the allied powers may not move through waters that contains a Japanse surface warship. So, if that is true, Japan could place ships around the Dutch islands as to try and prevent them from being taken? This would help to prevent the ANZAC/GB powers from aquiring additional funds unless they attack & go to war with Japan. If one wanted as Japan, you could attempt to form a blackade accross as much as possible in the Pacific. Of course Japan would need to be ready to go to war with ANZAC/GB should it turn hostile. Does anyone see this idea as having any merit?


  • This is incorrect. The powers are neutral toward one another before war, and so ignore the presence of soon-to-be-enemy ships.

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