|Part of World War III|
Top:Hong Kong after Japanese Drones attack it, Chinese civilians flee from Japanese UAV bombers in Shanghai
Middle:Japanese soldiers advance in the Gobi Desert, Japanese troops inspect a downed Chinese military helicopter
| Coalition |
Military Aid and Support
| Imperial Axis |
| Phase 1 || Japanese High Command |
| National Defense Armed Forces |
Vietnamese Federal Armed Forces
Phase 2 Military Support
| Japanese Imperial Armed Forces |
Turkish Armed Forces
The Asian Campaign was the military campaign in East and Southeast Asia during World War lll. After The Flood, the Japanese Imperial Republic saught to expand and expansion became manditory and soon Asia was plunged into full blown war. Phase 1 saw endless Japanese Military Victories that led to Coalition intervention in Phase 2 of the campaign.
First CampaignThe First Campaign/Phase 1 of the Asian Campign was the Battle of Singapore where Japanese Forces invaded Singapore and used it against the United Federation of China. Japanese Forces used the destabalized China and Southeast asia to their advantage and invaded Mainland China by entering into Manchuria to distract their Armed Forces and advance deep into South East Asia. Japanese Bombers then ravaged and decimated all Naval Defenses paving the wat for a fullscale gorund invasion. Japanese Forces marched right in and began slaughtering every single Chinese person ythey saw as Chinese Forces were stuck behind the walls of once was great cities now ruins. Japanese troops continued their campaign of conquest as the Japanese killed and slaughtered all who oppsed them and quickly conquered eastern China. The war quickly gained attention of the Coalition Forces who attempted to make it to China but needed to amass a massive military force strong anf capable enough of combating the fierce Japanese Forces who killed and ravaged mainland China and were ready for the Coalition Forces to arrive.