A new leader brings an early end to the Cultural Revolution, causing an early start to Chinese economic reform - meanwhile, China under the leadership of Dai Chung faces off a Soviet invasion.

New China's Victor Hugo

  • 1972 - Dai Chung publishes his memoirs in Shanghai. He quickly becomes a part of the cultural elite of Shanghai publishing plays, movie scripts, novels and poetry. He uses his political connections with the remnants of the RGP in the USA to help arrange Nixon's trip to New China.
  • 1973 - The Gang of Four begins to attack the drama and literary works of Dai Chung. A triple alliance of Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, and Zhou Enlai regain control of the Republic and place the members of the Gang of Four under house arrest.
  • 1974 - Dai Chung takes leadership of the Cultural Revolution, he now focuses it on egalitarian ideas and Direct Democracy. Meanwhile, Deng Xiaoping and Zhou Enlai take control of the economy and begin implementing socialism with Chinese characteristics.
  • 1975 - Dai Chung agrees to disband the RGP, in return the USA begins providing New China with industrial and military aid for the coming Soviet invasion.
  • 1976 - Death of Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai. Dai Chung, Deng Xiaoping and Hua Guofeng now rule in an uneasy triumvirate.

Robespierre of Shanghai

  • 1977 - Dai Chung creates the International Red Guard Party and dispatches missionaries to spread Maoism around the world. Dai Chung begins emphasizing the idea of democracy in all aspects of life: family, religion, military, politics, economics. He also begins praising Taiping Calvinism.
  • 1978 - Taking advantage of the international depression, the National Bolshevik movement is able to gain control in the Soviet Union. Its leader Vladmir Zhukov demands the restoration of the East Bloc borders of 1945. He pledges to restore Austria, Yugoslavia and China to the Soviet Bloc. NATO agrees to the return of East Austria to the Soviet Bloc, hoping to have earned peace.
  • 1979 - The world is shocked by the Sino-Soviet Non-aggression Pact. Taking advantage of his secure east flank, Zhukov launches a massive invasion of Yugoslavia and Finland. Within days, NATO declares war. West Germany and Austria rapidly fall to the Soviets.
  • 1980 - Soviets conquer all of France and begin invasion of Spain, where they face heavy guerrilla resistance. Dai Chung Xiochieh continues his idea of a democratic military. By 1981, nearly the entire population is in the People's Militia and, copying the Swiss Militia system, nearly every family has an AK-47 in their home.

Battle of China

  • 1981 - Bogged down in Europe due to the weakness of the Red Navy and Air force, the Soviet Union launches a massive invasion of New China. Dai Chung rallies the Chinese people to defend their motherland. Most of Xinjiang, Inner Mongolia and Manchuria fall by the end of the year. In December of the year however, the PLA launches the Beijing Offensive - saving the capital.
  • 1982 - NATO forces begin offensive operations against Soviet allies in the Mideast. New China halts the Soviet blitzkrieg in the epic battle of Yan'an.
  • 1983 - Largest tank battle in history fought at Harbin, as for the first time PLA forces halt a Soviet offensive dead in its tracks. Meanwhile, NATO forces begin an invasion of Greece.
  • 1984 - Allies begin amphibious landings in northern Spain. Combined with forces in Gibraltar and guerrillas, they quickly destroy the Red Army in Spain and invade France. The PLA continues the liberation of Mongolia and Indochina, and begins advancing into Siberia. On the southern front, the PLA and Pakistan begin driving deep into India.
  • 1985 - PLA forces cross the Urals and begin the siege of Moscow. NATO forces overrun the Warsaw Pact. India agrees to surrender unconditionally.

Free at Last

  • 1986 - The Commonwealth of Independent States is set up in the former USSR. Byelorus, the Baltics and Ukraine join the Warsaw Pact, while Russia and Central Asian states adopt Mao Zedong Thought, Deng Xiaoping Theory and Dai Chung ideology.
  • 1987 - New China begins the Dai Chung Plan to aid the Asian and Eastern European economies after the Third World War.
  • 1988 - Following post-war disturbances, a national People's Assembly is held in Beijing. Dai Chung is elected First Citizen of the People's Republic.
  • 1989 - Dai Chung continues to promote Maoism across the world. Meanwhile, the Chinese economy, aided by resources of its new satellite nations and free market reforms, grows exponentially.
  • 1990 - Japan withdraws from USA protection, announcing that it will remain neutral in world affairs. Meanwhile, Maoist parties grow in influence throughout the world.
  • 1997 - Death of Deng Xiaoping. Hong Kong and Taiwan returned to China.
  • 1998 - Maoist parties continue to gain influence in Africa and Latin America.
  • 2001 - Al-Qaeda forces plant a massive explosion in the Shanghai financial district. Dai Chung announces that New China's 21st century task must be combating the resurgence of fascism and feudalism around the world. PLA forces begin reinforcing bases in Kazakhstan and Chechnya. Meanwhile, PLA forces from USSR Central Asia begin Operation Long March and cross into Afghanistan.
  • 2003 - Iraq leads the Arab League in an anti-terrorist invasion of Iran. Publicly Dai Chung joins the United States in condemning meddling in the internal affairs of Iran, but clandestinely the PLA supplies the Arab League with arms. George W. Bush in his state of the union address, condemns "communist aggression for oil, masquerading as a war on terror", referring to the campaign as Operation Iraqi Liberation. Dai Chung says that preemptive war might be justified against the new threat. Dai Chung announces that no longer can New China stand by, while supposed allies oppress the working class. "As long as the proletariat is held in chains, revolution will result; Maoist, Islamic or terrorist. It is our duty to promote the Maoist." It is to be Dai Chung's last major speech.
  • 2004 - Death of Dai Chung. Mournings are held throughout New China and the third world, as well as in his hometown of San Francisco. As Dai Chung ascends as the first Taiwanese President of New China, the world is uneasy on how the new leadership will deal with the specter of terrorism.
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