The German Guinea massacres was a racial act in the Japanese colony New Guinea. By 2038, there were 400 thousand ethnic Germans living in New Guinea. By the end of the massacres, there were only 300 ethnic Germans in new Guinea. These massacres started the German-Japanese war, and ended the Imperial Japanese empire.
Racist acts against GermansEdit
Since the beginning of the Japanese empire, there were many racial acts against non-Asians. Austrians in the Yellow colony were stripped of their rights. Germans were the main target of the Japanese, as Germans could easily overthrow Japanese colonies, as in New Guinea, ethnic Germans were 74% of the population. In 2040, the Emperor of Japan ordered all Japanese soldiers in Guinea to shoot, beat, and kill all the ethnic Germans. Japanese soldiers roughly imprisoned Germans, burned houses, and massacred Germans. Before the massacres, Germans were 75% of the population. By the end of the year, Germans were 4% of the population. The UN publicly supported German and Indonesian forces.
Overthrow of New Guinea, end of Japanese rule of New GuineaEdit
In 2040, when Germany declared war on Japan, the remaining German civilians in New Guinea started the Papua Overthrow, when ethnic Germans and ethnic Guinean tribes that were being persecuted attacked an army base in New Britain. This impaired the Japanese strategy, and German soldiers occupied New Guinea. Unlike Japan, Germany gave all ethnic races full rights. They were even allowed to vote. New Guinea became a colony of Germany.