The Honolulu Conference is the name given to the peace treaty between Japan and the Allied Powers that ended conflict in the Pacific Theater of World War 2, Signed on March 5th, 1944 in Japanese occupied Honolulu

The Soviet Union, refusing to travel to Honolulu for unknown reasons, weren't represented at the treaty and therefore was invaded by Japan just a month later.

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ARTICLE ONE: All Hostilities between the Empire of Japan and the Allied Powers in the Pacific is to cease within 6 hours of signature

ARTICLE TWO: All POWs to be returned to their home country

ARTICLE THREE: All Pacific Holdings of the United States of America, the United Kingdom, French Third Republic, and the Netherlands to come under Japanese control

Signatories Edit

  • Empire of Japan

Allied Powers

  • United States of America
  • United Kingdom
  • French Third Republic
  • Netherlands
  • Canada
  • Dominion of New Zealand
  • Commonwealth of Australia
  • United States of Brazil