Sino-Soviet War
Sino-Soviet War Montage
Clockwise from upper left: Chinese forces advancing in the Manchu SSR, a Soviet soldier pausing during an offensive in the Uyghur SSR, Soviet troops and armor patrolling in Harbin, the mushroom cloud resulting from a Chinese nuclear weapon in southern China.
Date 1968 - 1972
Location Asia
Result Soviet Victory
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The Sino-Soviet War was a major conflict taking place on Earth between CNAT, led by the Soviet Union, and the People's Republic of China. Despite the war coming to a halt in the years of 1969 and 1970 due to the Promethean Invasion of Earth, the war was never actually ended and resumed following the defeat of the Prometheans.

After the Prometheans were defeated, several more parties joined in the war, most notably being India and a coalition of Western nations led by the United States. The war ended in a total defeat of the People's Republic of China and the discredit of Maoism. The war also restored the nation of Tibet to independence, and the return of Nationalist rule to most of China.


Sino-Soviet Tensions

In the Cold War the Soviet Union and the PRC began to split based on differences in geopolitical goals and ideological values.