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Monarchy of Tibet
Timeline: Great Nuclear War

OTL equivalent: Tibet Authonomous Region
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms

"Bod gzhung dga' ldan pho brang phyogs las rnam rgyal"
("Gaden Palace, victorious in all directions")

Anthem "Gyallu"
(and largest city)
  others Chinese
  others Bon, Chinese religions, Christianity and others
Ethnic Groups
  others Han and others
Demonym Tibetan
Government Theocratic constitutional and parliamentary monarchy
  legislature National Assembly
Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso
Sikyong Lobsang Sangay
Area 1.228.400 km²
Population 3,180,000 
Currency Tibetan Srang
Organizations IL
Tibet is an independent nation located in the Himalayas, bordering India, Nepal, Bhutan, and the lawless regions that was once China. Following the collapse of the communist government in Beijing during the Great Nuclear War of 1962, Tibet was finally given its chance to become independent once more.


Tibet was occupied by PRC forces in 1959 before being annexed the same year. Tibetans failed to break the yoke of PLA troops occupying the area during the Tibetan Uprising. The Dalai Lama was able to narrowly escape to India by the help of CIA Special Activities Division operatives, where he continued to live in exile while encouraging the Tibetans to resist the authoritarian Chinese.

Post War

Tibet was spared from the Great Nuclear War of 1962 as American nuclear weapons targeted major Chinese cities and military bases to the east. This encouraged Tibetan resistance fighters to attack the disorganized PLA forces that could no longer await for orders coming from Beijing. The battle for Tibet was harsh but the Tibetans were able to evict the PLA troops, which scattered all throughout the mainland. Some PLA troops were captured and put to prison for manual labor.

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