WI the Japs decided in Dec 1941 to overrun the Portuguese enclave of Macau just as they did with Hong Kong, instead of OTL observing Portuguese neutrality ? Of course, OTL the Japs also invaded Portuguese (east) Timor after Australian and Dutch forces violated Lisbon's neutrality by crossing from Dutch west Timor to pre-emptively garrison ET against Jap invasion, and eventually led to untold suffering for the local East Timorese ppl due to Japanese depradations after the Japs did invade. The Portuguese were actually considering reinforcing their local garrison with troops from the African colonies, which didn't happen, but WI they had done so ? How would the Pacific War have looked with the Portuguese also fightin side-by-sde as combatants against the japs alongside ABDA (and not just the Portuguese officials and civilians in ET helping the Australian commandos and local resistance fighters during the Jap occupation) ? How about ripples in Europe and Africa re Portugal's relations with the Axis ?