It was rather strange situation that the Japan's 38th army which had deployed over the Indochina peninsula was, as the fact, protected against Anglo-American Array attack by General Jiang-Kai-Sheck. Because, Genralissimo (i.e. Jiang-Kai-Sheck) then asserted his war position's right that the battle field was belonged to China, and Anglo-American Arry should not be involved by themselves. Churchill and Roosevelt couldn't oppose it, although both leaders were in a great quandary. For Japan, the Indochina battle field, then, became safe and advantageous. Among that peculiar power balance, Japan had a rare historical option to realize its plan to support the independence of the European and American colonies in the all South East Asia, and Japan extended its South East Asian diplomacy to give them the diplomatic recognition by the European international law.