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OTL equivalent: Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere
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"One Vision, One Identity, One Community"

Capital Flag of Japan.svg Tokyo
Largest city Flag of Indonesia.svg Jakarta
  others Chinese, Indonesian, Malayan, Birmanian, Tuvan, Russian, Tibetan, Thai, Ainu, and many others

The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere, commonly abbreviated GEACOP (the S was eliminated because it made the name too long: GEACOPROS) , is a geo-political and economic organization of 25 countries located in East Asia and 17 observers from other parts of Asia and North America, which was formed on 6 of November, 1943 by Japan, Manchukuo, India, China, Burma, Philippines, and Thailand. Since then, membership has expanded to include Brunei, Malaya, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Mongolia, Tibet, Tuva, Far Eastern Republic, Altai, Uyghuristan, Papua New Guinea, Yakutia, Buryatia, Khakassia, and Vietnam.

Its aims include the acceleration of economic growth, social progress, cultural development among its members, the protection of the peace and stability of the region, and to provide opportunities for member countries to discuss differences peacefully. Originally it was an organization to promote Japan's Hegemony in Asia, but since the Modern Renaissance the GEACOP has change and give more freedom to its members.


The GEACOP Headquarters in Tokyo.

Poster in Manchukuo promoting GEACOP.

Great East Asia Conference

The Greater East Asia Conference

The Greater East Asia Conference (大東亜会議Dai Toa Kaigi?) was the Conference that created the GEACOP. It took place in Tokyo from 5 to 6 November 1943: Japan hosted the heads of state of various component members of the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere. The conference was also referred to as the Tokyo Conference.

The Conference addressed few issues of any substance, but was intended by the Japanese to illustrate the Empire of Japan's commitments to the Pan-Asianism ideal and to emphasize its role as the “liberator” of Asia from western colonialism.

The following dignitaries attended:

  • Flag of Japan.svg Hideki Tojo, Prime Minister of Japan
  • Flag of Manchukuo.svg Zhang Jinghui, Prime Minister of Manchukuo
  • Flag of China (1912–1928).svg Wang Jingwei, President of the Nationalist Government of Republic of China in Nanjing
  • Flag of Burma 1943.svg Ba Maw, Head of State, State of Burma
  • 648px-Flag of India CV.png Subhas Chandra Bose, Head of State of of Free India
  • Philippines Flag Original.svg José P. Laurel, President of the Second Philippine Republic
  • Flag of Thailand.svg Prince Wan Waithayakon, envoy from the Kingdom of Thailand

The Conference issued a Joint Declaration promoting economic and political cooperation against the Allied countries.


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