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Overview of The 3rd Japanese Empire

The 3rd Japanese Empire was formed after a bloody civil uprising against The 2nd Japanese Empire, and the new emperor assumed power. The oppressive communists of The 2nd Japanese Empire thought they would have power forever, but the people of Japan showed them they would not.
It all started on 5 January, 1950, when an anti-communist protest sputtered to life in Nagoya, and then more and more people joined in, flowing out into the streets from their houses, eventually the crowd attacked the communist guard units that was keeping them from the city hall. The guard units broke like the puny communists they were and the protesters flooded into the city hall and broke things and killed leaders of the communist party in the city. Eventually large numbers of communist guards entered the building dragging all the protesters out and jailing them, the next day the leaders of the protest were hung in front of the city hall, they hoped this would kill the revolution, but it only stoked it. About a month later a protest in Adachi-ku, Tokyo broke out, inspired by the protest a month earlier, and angry about how the communists said they would make things better for he poor, but they still lived in the slums. The same thing happened, they were arrested and the leaders killed, this was the turning point in the unrest, multiple protests, both violent and peaceful flooded the streets of Japanese cities and posters about the a new empire floated around without the government knowing. On 17 May, 1950, the last ‘protest’ against the communist oppression was held, after a couple weeks of no protests, the government thought they had contained the uprising, but they were wrong, on 1 June, 1950 there was an armed rebellion with its headquarters in Nagoya, they killed leaders of the party, and anyone who favored the communists were killed on sight, it quickly spread to Osaka, and then to Hiroshima, and then to Sendai, Sapporo and Okinawa, Tokyo was spared for about 16 days after the armed uprising, for the communists kept information away from the people, but it was eventually smuggled in. When the people of Tokyo found out others were rebelling, they went up in arms, waning for the better days before the communists. At first it seemed that the rebellion would be nothing more than a page in a history book, but one day, 27 October, 1950 to be exact, rebels in Japan found that there were much less communist guards patrolling the streets in the cities, they only wondered why for no more than a minute before a feeling of hope came over them and they pushed harder then ever. Meanwhile in Chinese, Korean, Taiwanese and Russian cities, they had found out of the rebellions on the mainland and decided to rebel with them. For many more months, blood ran down city streets and rebels fought against the communist opposition, then finally, they prevailed, the flag over the emperor’s palace went down and the 3rd Japanese Empire’s flag went up, that was on the best day in the world, 16 June, 1951.
The Dictatorship of The 3rd Japanese Empire




Population: 357.7 million
-Density: 608.62 people per square mile, 234.99 people per square kilometer

Capital: Tokyo
Largest City: Tokyo

Official Language: Japanese

Spoken Languages: Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Cantonese, Russian

Demonym: Japanese

- Emperor: Taku Hunyu
- Major General: Itsu Saito
- Chief Justice: Engu Okamoto

Upper house: The House of Peers
Lower house: The House of Representatives

Independence from: The 2nd Japanese Empire
Independence date: 16 June, 1951

Land Area:
587,714 mile˛
1,522,176 km˛

Military Personnel:
523,743 sailors
437,056 airmen
735,354 soldiers

Highest Point: Mount Fuji
Lowest Point: Hachirōgata

GDP (nominal): 8.5 trillion Yen
GDP (nominal) per capita: 25,533.19 Yen

Human Development Index: 0.823

Currency: the Yen

Time Zone: GMT +9

Drives on the: Left

Calling code: +81

Internet TLD: .jp