Sakhalin was claimed by both Russiaball and Japanball over the course of the 19th and 20th centuries. These disputes sometimes involved military conflict and divisions of the island between the two powers. In 1875, Japanese Empireball ceded its claims to Russian Empireball in exchange for the northern Kuril Islands.
In 1905, following the Japanese victory in the Russo-Japanese War, the island was divided, with the south going to Japan. In the final days of World War II in 1945, Soviet Unionball invaded Karafuto (South Sakhalin) as well as all of the Kuril Islands. Russiaball has held all of the island ever since. Japan no longer claims any of Sakhalin, although it does still claim the southern Kuril Islands. Most Ainu on Sakhalin moved to Hokkaido, only 43 km (27 mi) to the south, when the Japanese were displaced from the island in 1949. Only a few Ainu remain.
- Japanball - Meh, I don't of really care of animu crap butRUSSIA IS OF MY FATHER, NOT OF YOU!! I HOPE YOU BURN IN HELL
- Chinaball (formerly)