|Second Chinese Civil War|
| Republic of China
|| People's Republic of China
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The People's Republic of ChinaEdit
In 2016, China had become the world's largest economy but there would be soon unrest not just in the Communist Party but within the country as well as businessmen sought freedom and the people wanted Government Reform.
In 2017, Millions took to the streets in Shanghai and Beijing demanding China become a democratic state the party however cracked down a few days later but the people were prepared this time and this ultimately began the South Chinese insurgency and ultimately the Second Chinese Civil War.
Republic of ChinaEdit
The Government of the Republic of China had been in exile since 1949 but the insurgency allowed Taiwan to become it's own nation which allowed the CLA to organize under the ROC Banner.
Liu Xiabo was chosen as the countries leader but found it hard to usher in a democratic Government during the Civil war. The territories it controlled was most of South China with the exception of Hong Kong and Macau as both had become their own nations.
Southern China had ultimately become the center of the Civil War which had spawn out of the South China insurgency.
2020-2025: Intense Fighting, Bloody Stalemate and ArmisticeEdit
Battle of Inner Mongolia Edit
In 2021, North China was attacked by several insurgents. East Turkestani fighters ambushed patrol troops hoping to lure them into their Province. From several directions, The PRC forces were attacked. ROC Forces managed to also break through defensive lines to assist them. The North however, repelled the insurgents but at a great cost.
East Turkestan became the next battle zone. There, the PRC was much more vulnerable. a vicious guerrilla war was fought. The battle however, was not a quick one. Chinese forces were recalled from Korea to fend off the invaders.
For three years, the Area was a warzone. The North however, won. East Turkestan would remain occupied until 2037.