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Topic Subject: Victories of the Chinese Empire
posted 04-23-10 08:01 PM EDT (US)   
While Iran built their Caliphate, the People's Republic of China looked onwards at Asia.

They were pacifistic people.
Okay, that was a stretch, but they did not care much for expansion. If they did, all of Asia except for India and Russia could be under their foot.
However, they were finally beginning to come out of their shell. America was finally recovering from their Debt Crisis and Depression of 11. The Russians had become reinvigorated, and were saving their nation from collapse. Japan had militarized, and was waving their proverbial sword at North Korea.

The Chinese government decided to make a goal: conquer all of Asia, except for the Caliphate, India, Malaysia/Singapore/Indonesia, Japan, and Russia.

The Second Korean War did not involve America, and after it ended the United States smacked itself for failing South Korea. They had botched their operations in the Middle East, allowing for a super-Iran, and now China was winning. They needed to do something drastic, but it was too late for the small peninsula.

South Korea and North Korea were enjoying prosperity. South Korea had a strong economy, and thanks to a government project now flaunted a surplus of food. North Korea was struggling economically, but only because they invested everything in weaponry.

The Chinese planned for a sneak attack, but everybody was caught off guard as the North Koreans launched a desperate assault against the South Koreans.

As soon as Chinese ships left the docks in Dalian the Japanese Navy swept into the Yellow Sea, supporting South Korea.

The Chinese had spent a magnificent amount of money funding a grand navy, which collided with both North and South Korea and Japan head-on. After a long battle, the Korean ships sank into the sea, and the navy moved on to the Demilitarized Zone and Sammi Island.

The Demilitarized Zone was the sight of a massive battle. The fortifications built up over the years were destroyed as both Koreas sent the majority of their armies to the border, with hopes only of destroying the other before Chinese boots touched soil.

The three nations had prepared nuclear weapons, and sent them flying. P'yongyang was struck by South Korea, Dalian struck by North Korea. The Chinese aimed theirs at Tokch'on. The cities of P'yongyang and Tokch'on housed most of North Korea's government, and the nation was almost certainly defeated.

Haeju quickly fell to Chinese forces, who spread up to P'yongyang and Tokch'on, taking both before the first day ended. Kanggye fell soon afterwards, and the royal family of North Korea was imprisoned in their palace, spared only because of North Korea's friendliness with China in the past.

The Chinese then swept southwards, along the western backbone of the peninsula. Seoul fell, but the Chinese lines were stressed. If they couldn't win with this army, chances were that they would not win: America would be there soon.

The North Koreans skirmished across the mountains, so the Chinese reluctantly crossed the Nangnims and took Wonsan. Kilchu fell afterwards. The last of the radicals still holding out were besieged in Nanjin, in till they were slaughtered. North Korea was conquered.

South Korea prayed for a miracle: hopefully, China would decide not to take unwieldy South Korea. Instead, they marched into Yanggu and sent their navy to Cheju, bombing it to ashes and then capturing it.

Ch'ungju and Taejon fell, followed by Mokp'o. Korea was holed up in Pusan and Chinju, preparing it's army for a last stand at Pusan.

The resulting battle was of biblical proportions. For three weeks, elite Korean infantry managed to whittle down China forces to almost nothing. Communists from the North, though, managed to break their lines and Masan and Pusan were taken.

The colective cities of Masan, Pusan, and Taegu had, in the middle of the triangle created by them, what was known as the "American Pantheon". When the President of the United States visited two years ago he raised such inspiration amongst the people for America's sacrifice in the Korean War that they erected three monuments: a replica Statue of Liberty, the famed Statue of the Marine, and a metal army reminiscent of the Terra Cotta Army.

The Chinese tore these monuments down and burned them.
The Korean Peninsula was unified once more, now under a Chinese flag.

Formosa was the logical next step, but instead China aimed to conquer the Philippines.

The archipelago had been divided into nations by a Communist revolution. Communist North Philippines controlled Luzon, Mindora, Tablas, Marinduque, Sibuyan, Masbate, Burias, Panay, the Calamian, and the north of Samar. Capitalist South Philippines controlled the rest, the capital being Davao.

The North Koreans enjoyed a food surplus, and the leaders of Philippines were kindly, despite the Communist regime: they ensured that the people's needs were taken care of. Large factories support the North, their products being exported to nations that didn't want to pay China.

South Philippines had a weaker economy overall, and was based off tourism and the American naval bases they allowed.

As soon as China sent the declaration of war the American Navy was raised, the only sea power in that region of the world. Their fleet in the Philippines was outdated, but larger than the Chinese fleet.

The Chinese quickly stormed Palawan and Balabac Islands, razing everything in the city of Puerto Princesa. Speeding across the Sulu Sea, they collided with the American Navy.

The ensuing bloodbath destroyed the American fleet, killing the USA's hope to defend South Philippines. The army landed next, striking the island of Panya. Iloilo was razed to the ground, and they continued in that manner, passing through Negros and destroying it's cities.

The island of Samar had been a staging ground for war between the two Philippines, and just before China declared war South Philippines began shelling the Northern city of Calbayog. The two factions raced their armies to Samar, fighting a brutal battle in Calbayog. The Southerners were pushed back to Tacloban, where they held on for life.

The Chinese secured the rest of the Panya-Negros-Cebu area and then assaulted Mindanao, sending a marine force tnto Pagadian. Their scorched earth policy was applied everywhere: the People's Republic had plenty of citizens. They just wanted the land.

In the meanwhile, workers were flown in to rebuild the captured cities and use them for China's purposes. Zamboanga, Dipolog, Pagadian, and Cagayan de Oro (site of the Southern space program) were razed. When Butuan finally fell (site of the Southern nuclear program), the country lost it's source of power.

Samar was seized by the Chinese, attracting the North's attention. They had organized their navy and now naval battles raged in the Visayan Sea.

The Chinese swept down along the Agusan River. The Americans had claimed General Santos, Cotabato, and Mati for themselves, and Mati and Davao fell. In Davao, the generals who defended it and the government were rounded up and gunned down before the people.

Jolo surrendered, leaving only North Philippines and America functioning. General Santos and Cotabato were overrun, and China turned it's attention back to the North.

Three nuclear weapons were launched, one at Manila, one of Quezon City, and one at San Pablo. In the process, a nuke killed the government, leaving the general sin command.

Legazpi, Naga, and Daet were overrun swiftly, followed by the three destroyed cities and Batangas. Calapan had been captured much earlier by a small force of marines and aircraft carriers.

The remaining cities slowly fell, in till the entire archipelago was captured. As China's generals were called back to the mainland, they began planning the invasion of Taiwan.

During the '10s, Vietnam had undergone a second Communist Revolution and conquered it's neighbors Cambodia and Laos. India had taken control of all of it's neighbors (Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh), extending this to Thailand and Western Malayasia/Singapore.

The Chinese began planning another expansionist campaign, this one being a war against Vietnam.

The Vietnamese had several large regions of their great nation.
The Capital District was the land in northern Vietnam, near the vicinity of the capital city Hanoi.

Across the mountains, near the Mekong, was the city of Vientiane, a region called the Isolated District. The jungles were so thick there that travel was only possible along the Mekong. The city of Luang Prabang had been laid waste, leaving it insignificant in modern Vietnam.

From there on one could discern the Mekong and Coastal Districts. Mekong only included the city of Savannakhet, and was the long river that Vietnam so closely guarded. Coastal went from Vinh to Nha Trang.

Lastly there was the Delta District and Military District. Delta District was the Mekong River in Cambodia, where the Mekong and the river flowing out of the Tonle Sap Lake combined and flowed into Vietnam.

The Military District was the last region, between India, the Gulf of Thailand, the Mekong, and the Tonle Sap Lake. If one drew a diagonal line, southwest to northeast, from the Gulf of Thailand, through the lake, and to the Mekong, that would separate it from the rest of Vietnam.

The importance of this is that Vietnam's society was highly structured, and economy was determined by District. The Capitol District was full of industry. The Isolated District was self-sufficient, and important as an outpost against India (India and Vietnam were in a cold war with each other). The city of Vinh supported the National Airport; Hue held industry. Qui Nhon held the largest military base in the nation, a crucial defense point. While the capital was Hanoi, most of the government resided in Nha Trang, where there were pleasant estates and vacation spots that the government and foreign dignitaries enjoyed. Savannakhet was a farming city on the banks of the Mekong, with a small highway leading to Hue.

The Delta District fed itself and the rest of Vietnam. Every city there had much farmland, and those four cities supported the economy of Vietnam. Textiles, food, luxuries, and money flowed out of there, most of it for export. Nha Trang was part of the Coastal District, but produced much oil following the discovery of a huge deposit there and held the official national refineries.

The Military District's desolate jungles held a second large military base that rivaled the Da Nang base, and many outposts and military forts were hidden in there. It's sole purpose was to hold the Phanom Dang region from India. Vietnam also made a point to control both banks of the Mekong, refusing to allow India to cross it.

When China decided to invade Vietnam, they had to options: sail from Haikou to Haiphong, or cross mountainous terrain where they'd be vulnerable to skilled Vietnamese guerillas. They chose to brave the seas.

Chinese General Wen You was given command of the marine force. On D-Day, he led the force into the Gulf of Tonkin, a sagging feeling in his heart.

The Chinese had no naval support, even though they had the ships needed. They were sailing into the heart of Vietnam, full of fortifications and soldiers. It was suicide; he decided to follow his own course.

After begging the Politburo, he had been granted a force of helicopter paratroopers who flew into the Mekong Delta, assaulting Can Tho. Within the first three days, Can Tho and Ho Chi Minh City had been captured by the small force. This was all the confirmation General You needed; rather than continuing across Tonkin, he ordered his army to sail through the South China Sea and join up with the famed "Mekong Commandoes", as they would come to be named.

Naturally, the Politburo was outraged. Nonetheless, they let You stay in command, as revolts in Tibet made him the only good general available to lead the men.

The army lost many men as they sailed by Da Nang, but they emerged on the fifth day of the invasion in Can Tho. From there, military workers were shipped into the cities and began running the farms and mines and factories.

General You was confident. "I will make Vietnam howl," he said (ripping off General Tecumseh Sherman, though few Chinese noticed it), "and be in Battambang by next week."

The army advanced both northwest and northeast, taking Nha Trang and Phnom Penh. Vietnam was losing it's crown jewel, and that was when the problems began for China.

The Indians declared war on Vietnam, hoping to take Laos and Cambodia with Chinese help, but were quickly overrun at Ubon Ratchathani and faced defeat at Khon Kaen. The Vietnamese sent their Army of the Mekong District to fight the Indians, but India (despite it's massive army) had not enough troops in Thailand at the time to defend it well. Thus, the Army of the Military District and the Army of the Capitol District were called south to fight at Kampong Cham.

Both armies did so, and on Day 7 of the invasion the Battle of the Lower Mekong began. Almost all of Vietnam's force streamed down the Mekong incessantly, facing Chinese machine guns, helicopters, and infantry. The battle was a bloodbath, and the Chinese lost many men: nowhere near as many as the Vietnamese, though. Following that, Kampong Cham was seized although conscription was passed and the military base in the Military District was turning peasant farmers into infantrymen and tankers, sending them off to constantly raid Kampong Cham.

From there, Battambang was destroyed by the Mekong Paratroopers. Battambang held a large military base, but had few guards to defend it. The Vietnamese were humiliated, and mulled over surrendering immediately to the Chinese. Their ultimate decision was to fight: they would HAVE to take the Delta District back, or their nation's livelihood would be irreparably damaged.

Sure enough, General You had completed his first objective (making Vietnam howl) and his second (capturing Battambang). By Day 15 the Military District had been captured, the Vietnamese Army too little to fight them off and the Paratroopers especially skilled in siege.

The city of Savannakhet was savagely razed and abandoned, and then Vientiane was captured in the Battle of Vientianne. The Isolated District was defeated thanks to You using his helicopters, which were not restricted by the terrain near as much as his infantry.

Nha Trang was captured, and Vietnam felt the final crushing blow. Without oil, their vehicles could not function.

India greedily took Khon Kaen and Ubo Rathathani back, and then took Svannakhet as part of an agreement to "watch it", leaving the Chinese more opportunities to go on the offensive.

From Haikou a massive air campaign began over Hanoi, and the Capitol District was bombed to ashes, captured in a subsequent marine invasion.

From there, the Chinese converged from both north and south, capturing everything. Finally, the Chairperson's family was lined up beside him, their heads facing the wall of their bunker in Da Nang. They were gunned down with one burst of rifle fire.

The Indians got the large end of the deal, taking every Laotian city, though they had no right to the mountains that formed the backbone of Indochina. From Beijing, the Chinese began plotting more possible conquests.

(still under work)

[This message has been edited by Random Username (edited 04-26-2010 @ 07:17 PM).]

posted 04-24-10 12:40 PM EDT (US)     1 / 16  
Good and entertaining story.
posted 04-24-10 03:03 PM EDT (US)     2 / 16  
Thanks; I just added the Philippines invasion.
posted 04-26-10 07:14 PM EDT (US)     3 / 16  
Yeah You took my advice!!! Or maybe u just thought of it on your own. Anyways, AWESOME STORY!! . The only weird part is that China Conquered North Korea. In the event of war, China and North Korea would most certainly ally and fight the SouthKoreans, Japanese, and the US. Then China occupies all the land and turns North Korea into a vassal. With the U.S Navy crippled the time has come... launch the invasion of the U.S. mainland. A combined Russian and Chinese assault on the U.S. west coast, while Iran attacks from Morrocco and lands on the East Coast and you play as the U.S. repelling the attack. That'll make an epic ending to WW3!

[This message has been edited by RTSDude999 (edited 04-26-2010 @ 07:17 PM).]

posted 04-26-10 07:20 PM EDT (US)     4 / 16  
Hmmm.... my idea for the factions was somewhat like this:

United States of America
Russian Federation
Latin American Confederacy (Brazil-led)
African Confederacy
Republic of Japan

People's Republic of China
Caliphate (Iran-led)
Australian Republic (controls Oceania)
European Union (finally merged into one mega-nation)
Boer Empire (South Africa-led)
posted 04-26-10 07:30 PM EDT (US)     5 / 16  
I don't see how Australia and Europe would prefer China over the US though.

BTW, how many active members are in this war stories forum? Now, it seems to be only me, Random Username, The0996395 , and nebraskan15? Seems to me It lost a ton of members .

[This message has been edited by RTSDude999 (edited 04-26-2010 @ 08:42 PM).]

posted 04-27-10 08:17 AM EDT (US)     6 / 16  
Hmmmm.... well, my (politically charged) idea was that the Europeans and Australians have communist revolutions.
posted 05-08-10 09:27 PM EDT (US)     7 / 16  
i would say

our side:
the catholics

their side:
the pagans

we win!

on topic:

i like this

mewp: a word to describe awesomeness in its supreme form.

EoB Heraclies gets a hard-on from noobs.

Damn, you got me. I just wish I knew how to make quality threads like you do. -Blatant7
posted 05-15-10 07:48 PM EDT (US)     8 / 16  
you'd kill me lolcatz?
posted 05-16-10 11:08 PM EDT (US)     9 / 16  
noooo I WANT MOAR nebraksan postings, how things going?

mewp: a word to describe awesomeness in its supreme form.

EoB Heraclies gets a hard-on from noobs.

Damn, you got me. I just wish I knew how to make quality threads like you do. -Blatant7
posted 05-17-10 04:14 PM EDT (US)     10 / 16  
posted 05-17-10 09:31 PM EDT (US)     11 / 16  
bad then????

mewp: a word to describe awesomeness in its supreme form.

EoB Heraclies gets a hard-on from noobs.

Damn, you got me. I just wish I knew how to make quality threads like you do. -Blatant7
posted 05-18-10 04:27 PM EDT (US)     12 / 16  
kindazzz. Teachers loading on the homework beacuese they think we don't know anything, a test every day, detentions for being a 'Deliquent' lol
posted 05-20-10 09:27 PM EDT (US)     13 / 16  
only a detention??? i almost got expelled! some kid was walking in the graveyard, whacks me with his sweatshirt, i grab it and put it on the ground, walk away, his brother calls the school and pulls the third party thing for believablity.

mewp: a word to describe awesomeness in its supreme form.

EoB Heraclies gets a hard-on from noobs.

Damn, you got me. I just wish I knew how to make quality threads like you do. -Blatant7
posted 05-21-10 03:59 PM EDT (US)     14 / 16  
Detentions emphasis on the s. 4 more weeks of school......... scary thought.............. in school suspensions, stuff like that.
posted 06-22-10 12:57 PM EDT (US)     15 / 16  
If I am correct, you are probably out of school by now.
posted 06-22-10 02:39 PM EDT (US)     16 / 16  
SARG! You're back!
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