august - december
18.00 August 22, 1936
von Neurath looked at Maula, and smiled
"you're not a very skilled diplomat, ah? but a new era is rising, Herr Bakhash, and Germany feels that Sarawak will be a good partner. of course the terms of this treaty of alliance are to be discussed, but let our skilled diplomats do their work"
All the present were quite satisfied for the agreement, Maula Bakhash in primis.
In the following days the treaty of alliance was discussed between the diplomats of the two countries, and few days later, a meeting between Hitler and Bakhash was arranged to sign the treaty, and to tell the world that Germany was no more alone against the world.
This was a full pact, both offensive and defensive, with economic duties too for each partner to the other. First steps in this direction were made with a 'blueprint' deal
When the Sarawakian delegation returned home, Maula issued a meeting to inform the other ministers about the alliance, and to plan a great speech for the population.
It was another rainy day in Kuching, it was quite cold too, but the room where Hashim Madani, John Barrington, Daniel Grainger, Anwar bin Muhammed and Abdullah Ahmed sat was warm, there were bottles of champagne and flutes on a table in a corner of the room, all was ready for a great moment, but the minister knew nothing about it.
Maula Bakhash, C.J. Piper, Maurice Hankey, Akhir ul-Zaman and a unknown guy entered and sat.
"This is a great day in our history, my friends" started Maula "because we're allied with the great germany!" the minister who had not knew looked confusely at him, but he pointed at the bottles, smiling "we need some of that! you" he called a servant "bring to all the champagne, we must enjoy this moment!" the servant did his job and disappeard
"to the great German-Sarawakian alliance!" he shuoted and drank, the others did the same, but with less enthusiasm, but someone among them was quite disappointed..it was Hashim, the head of government
"Maula, why?" he said "Hitler is a monster, he will surely destroy us! another war is coming!"
"my dear Hashim" replied Maula "your fears are not true, i've had a meeting with him and spoke with him, he's not a dove, we all know this, but a war is out of discussion as i explained to you last month"
"i hope you're right, Maula" stated Hashim "i am, for sure. Germany was the only possible option for a Greater Sarawak, from now on we can begin to think to press our claims over the Dutch" he pointed at the unknown guy "this is Montag, the new chief of staff, he will coordinate our efforts in that direction together with Charles, John and Maurice. hopefully he will work well too with Akhir, Anwar and Abdullah in order to do the plans we need in case of war" "war?!?" cried Hashim "you have just assured us that will be no war!" "war with the dutch is an option, it's not certain, but in case i'm sure no one will intervene and, with good plans, we surely crush those evil Dutch, John what's the industrial situation?" "very good" replied the minister "well done John, now we must begin to recruit some more troops, the world will see Sarawak's might!"
A few hours later the man called Johnny received a letter "first part - done. R.S." it was written, he smiled and sent to his government the great new.
While he was doing his work as spy, in another place a meeting was held
"well guys, i'm the chief of staff and, as mr. Bakhash said, we must concentrate our efforts to create out of Sarawak a great war machine, mr. Barrington what we are researching at the moment? and when it will end?" "agrichemistry. our studies are proceeding well, i hope in the first half of october we have it developed" "this pleases me" said Montag "your next task will be submarines, i have an idea how to increase our industry's input" he laughed "mr. Hankey, what's the situation on the dutch front?" "the have 2 infantry divisions deployed in Jakarta and one in Bangka Island, there are also few transports and a light cruiser in our area. I think the equipment of their colonial troops is outdated, but they have a navy stronger than ours" replied Maurice "mhm..the land part sounds good, on the naval side we need some destroyers to counter their fleets in the area, mr. Barrington, see what you can do about. meeting is ended, gentlemen"
October 12, 1936: Industrial Design Bureau has developed 'Agrichemistry'
October 12, 1936: Sarawakian Shipyards has start to develop 'Dive Boat'
October 22, 1936: Bolivia had A democratic coup d'état happened to us
October 22, 1936: Cuba had A right-wing coup d'état happened to us
October 22, 1936: Nicaragua had A militarist coup d'état happened to us
October 22, 1936: Paraguay had Long live the Revolution!
November 4, 1936: Alf M. Landon (Rep.) was elected in USA
on the same day Montag met the three chiefs of Sarawakian Armed Forces
"gentlemen, we are here to discuss about the state of our armed forces, so i want to hear what's the situation at the moment, airforce?" asked montag
"we have none, but i send some men in Germany to start training" replied Abdullah Ahmed
"well, mr. Ahmed, you're a wise man. Army?"
"we have 3 infantry divisions spread around our country" said Akhir ul-Zaman
"i want at least 3 militia divisions more, as soon as possible, tell mr. Barrington about that, navy?"
"we have a small number of torpedo boats and five transports, that's all" replied Anwar bin Muhammed
"uhm..you soon will have destroyers too, but tell me more about our torpedo boats" said Montag
"here's a picture"
"i like them..how much of these units we have?" "about 20, why?" "because we need them, because we don't have submarines at the moment," montag laughed "to increase our industry's input" montag laughed again "what? i don't understand" asked Anwar "okay, admiral bin Muhammed, i need them do do some piracy in the borneo!"
November 30, 1936 : Germany concluded a diplomatic deal with Sarawak
December 11, 1936 : United Kingdom went with Yes in The Abdication of Edward VIII."
December 15, 1936
The telephone rang, Montag answered "yes?" "this is John, mr. Montag, i'm proud to announce that we have developed our first class of submarines" "good job, man, now tell our military academy to think about that Spearhead Doctrine the germans told us about, and inform general ul-Zaman too" "it will be done, mr. Montag" "good" Montag closed the communication
then he called Maula; "hey Maula, it's Montag here" "tell me" replied the Head of State "we developed submarines, now we have another weapon to raid" he laughed "this is a business, my dear Maula, a great one!" "i know, this was a brilliant idea, but i fear about the international implications..." said Maula "Charles told me some dutch and british scout boat have noticed our raidings, but Maurice told me that they haven't recognized Sarawak behind that, but they suspect us" "damn" cried Montag "but this is part of the game, they can suspect what they want. we need those resources, Maula, and piracy is the cheapest way" replied Montag "i know, well..i told Charles to assure the British and the Dutch that we are not implied in this business." said Maula "and Maurice will report if they discover something that go in our direction" "you're wise, my dear Maula, now i must go, i'll call you when i'll have more news, bye" "bye, montag"
Sarawakian foreign relations at the end of december 1936