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Timeline page for the Broken China timeline.
- 1950: Britain refuses to recognize the People's Republic of China was the legitimate governing body of China. The First Korean War begins.
- 1953: End of the First Korean War. Korea remains divided in the communist North and capitalist South.
- 1954: End of the Indochina rebellion, Vietnam gains independence from France.
- 1955: Beginning of the Vietnam War.
- 1958: The PRC begins its "Great Leap Forward" program; the program aims to transform China from a largely agrarian country to a modern communist state.
- 1961: End of the Great Leap Forward program. The program caused the deaths of 20 million Chinese, an failed to adequately benefit China. As a result, Mao becomes increasingly shut out of his own party.
- 1963: Creation of Malaysia.
- 1965: Anti-communist purges in Indonesia kills up to 500,000 people.
- 1966: Mao launches the Cultural Revolution in the PRC.
- 1967: Mao is assassinated by rivals in the Communist party. The Cultural Revolution peters out and dies within the year.
- 1971: The Bangladesh Liberation War ends. Bangladesh gains independence.
- 1974: Beginning of the Second Korean War with the discovery of North Korean infiltration tunnels across the demilitarized zone.
- 1979: The PRC implements its "One Child Policy". This policy increases unrest in Tibet and Uyghur.
- 1980: End of the Second Korean War.
- 1989: The Tiannamen Square Massacre occurs in the PRC.
- 1991: The Khmer Rouge government is removed from power in Cambodia; a democratic government arises.
- 1997: Britain transfers control of Peninsula Hong Kong to the Republic of China. Britain maintains control of Hong Kong island, as it was granted to them in perpetuity in the original treaty.
- 2007: Anti-government rebellions in Myanmar. The American economy crashes; the Japanese Yen begins to replace the dollar as the world reserve currency.
- 2008: Monarchists win the Nepalese Civil War.
- 2009: The American economy shows signs of recovery.