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To:  Principality of Tikal; Directorate of Diplomacy

From: Foreign Affairs Department, Imperium of Japan


Topic: Australian Collaboration




"Esteemed Clemente Rojas


The Union of the Southern Cross has fallen, and with this sad news it falls upon the Imperium of Japan to hold a protectorate over both Indonesia and Australia, due to the massive scale of such a protectorate, we would like to formally request assistance from Tikal in maintaining a protectorate over this large region.


By the authority vested in me by Her Imperial Majesty,

Minister of Foreign Affairs,

Osamu Saito

Imperium of Japan

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To: Foreign Affairs Department, Imperium of Japan

From: Principality of Tikal; Directorate of Diplomacy


Topic: Re: Australian Collaboration




"Esteemed MoFA Osamu Saito,


Their Highnesses have considered your request and have deemed it of great importance to protect the Oceanian Region. Five full divisions will be dispatched to protect Australia, with temporary support by Michoacán command during the establishment of the Protectorate and permanent support of 180 tanks and various other mechanised forces.


We believe this to be sufficient to deter invasion for the time being, as a full-scale attack would require a beachhead that simply is not available to potential aggressors at this time.


With deep regards,"


By the authority vested in me by Their Sublime Highnesses

Director of Diplomacy,

Clemente Marroquín Rojas

Principality of Tikal




Indeed, the same day as the reply was sent, the appropriate forces were dispatched and an announcement made that Australia was now a joint-protectorate of Tikal and Japan.

The forces would prioritise securing the more densely populated regions such as Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth. Detection systems built by Australia would be manned in order to enable long-range protection from potential aggressors.

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Tikal's response was the same as before, down to the wording of the message. Five divisions, supplemented by 180 tanks and numerous other vehicles would be shipped back to Australia to keep the peace on the smallest continent - or largest island, however one wanted to look at it.

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