The Chinese Civil War was a war in China that restarted on August 13, 2022, as the Chinese Communist Party in the Mainland started to crumble due to various issues.
The Chinese Civil War
Switch of Recognition
During the course of the war, many nations begun switching from recognising the People's Republic of China to recognising the Republic of China. Japan and South Korea were the first to make the switch on August 15th, 2022. Several months later, Western Nations switched their recognition, with the Netherlands being the first nation to do so in March 2023.
The number of casualties numbered around Twenty-Five Million, making it one of the deadliest wars in the Twenty-First Century.
Upon the fall of the People's Republic of China, the Republic of China managed to secure full control of the Mainland, and re-established Nanjing as the capital. Major rebuilding and reconstruction was carried out, with the major cities being the first.