Beginning of the War Edit
In 1952, people felt that the First Chinese Republic was getting corrupt and unstable. The people that they wanted to run were being shut out by the current president's cabinet. So, in July of that year, 866 people stormed the palace and caused a coup known as the 1952 Chinese Coup. The people that they were replaced with were candidates that most people wanted to run. Also they were mostly Rikardist, they supposedly had radical ideals that favored the people instead of their government.
An oligarchic nation known as the Chinese State was formed, with the same flag as the First Chinese Republic. But, over the next seven years the government that was placed there became more and more corrupt themselves. They managed to find loopholes in their promises to make themselves have the benefits that they promised the people.
In 1959, they began to agree that their governmental ideas would work for the surrounding Asian governments as well. They decided to systematically invade Ayutthaya, Cambodia, and Vietnam, and created a puppet government called Xiānluó.
In 1965, the countries of England, Scotland, Vinland, and India formed a military union known as the Confederation of United States because they were suspicious of the State's ideals. They believed that the State would continue the invasion of other Asian states, and replace their governments with corrupt, military, autocratic ones.
Later that year, the State seized the island of Hokkaido in Japan and created a vassal known as North Nippon. It was a whole military state, and was used as the place of training for the CS troops. The Confederation would have surely gone to war with them there, but the State wouldn't give them any proof that their vassal was basically used as a large prison.
In 1966, the Chinese State founded what came to be known as the Conglomerate of Allied States, which Xiānluó and North Nippon were both forced to join. Feeling threatened by the State, and noticing more military power lined up on their border, Bukhara joined later in the year. Persia was getting closer to joining by the end of 1966, but still was mostly neutral about the whole situation. India still violently opposed the State, and attempted to have frequent meetings with the rulers to discuss mutual agreements.
Treaty of ChongqingEdit
Effects of the WarEdit
Fronts of the WarEdit