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Pan-Asiatic States | History




The Independence History of the Pan-Asiatic States
1890s-1992


1890s

  • China is partitioned by Western powers into various spheres of control, fueling Nationalistic sentiment amongst the Chinese intelligentsia and literati.

  • Isabelo Delos Reyes, a Filipino aristocrat, begins studying pieces of Marxist literature in Spain; and brings them home to be presented amongst the Illustrados.

  • Pan-Asian inspirationists begin releasing pamphlets upon pamphlets of debate, building a uniquely Asian national character born out of common oppression by foreign occupation.

1902

  • The First Philippine Republic ends disastrously due to political infighting, as the young democracy is replaced with an American dictatorial puppet-regime. Millions of children and innocents are mass-murdered by the imperialistic American government, eager to stamp out the last bastions of organized resistance.

1912

  • The Qing Dynasty finally collapses from aristocratic infighting, and Chinese Warlords seize the moment to subjugate the remains of the old Kingdom.

1921

  • 23 July - The Chinese Communist Party is established, and aids the Kuomintang Nationalist Party in liberating China.

1922

  • The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics is established from the ruins of the Russian Civil War, led by Vladimir Lenin and the Politburo.

  • Unsatisfied by the capabilities of the American occupation to deal with the crop shortages and unemployment being dealt with in the Philippines, Antonio Ora, enthusiast of the former Philippine Revolution, founds the Partido Obrera de Filipinas (Workers' Party of the Philippines), inspired by the ideals of the CPUSA (Communist Party USA).

1923

  • November - Young aspiring Artist, Austrian Pan-German Idealist, and leader of the NSDAP, Adolf Hitler, attempts to march on Berlin and murder the Allied-instilled Weimar Regime. His coup-d'etat abruptly ends when a Weimar soldier shoots him in the neck, leaving him to bleed out and die. The Reichswehr victoriously apprehend and execute members of the Party.

1924

  • The sudden death of Soviet Premier Vladimir Lenin triggers a power struggle amongst members of the Politburo. After presenting signed evidence of succession, Leon Trotsky becomes Head of State of the U.S.S.R.

  • Josef Stalin holds on to his position as General-Secretary, after the disappearance of several political rivals within the ranks of the Soviet government.

  • The Mensheviks are brutally persecuted and apprehended across Russia and the U.S.S.R.

  • The first of many Five-Year-Plans ends in the mass starvation of millions. The Soviet Union industrializes and revitalizes its former semi-feudal dominion entirely within the span of the next ten years, dragging the country in to the modern age and amassing huge amounts of potential capital through the thousands of factories built across the sizeable nation.

1925

  • The Partido Obrera de Filipinas loses the 1925 elections against the mainstream Nacionalista and Democrata parties imposed by the American government. Believing the Democratic system in the Philippines to be a farce replacement to true sovereignty, he shifts his pacifistic stance into a more revolutionary one, and aligns with the Anakpawis provincial faction to take up arms against American Governor-General Leonard Wood. Stockpiles of smuggled military supplies from Army dissidents and sympathizers are hidden in stashes and warehouses across the national capital, Maynila.

1926

  • Hirohito ascends to political power as Emperor of Japan, declaring the initiative of building an "East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere", derived from the ideals of Pan-Asianism.

  • Coups in Greece, Poland, and Portugal install new dictatorial regimes as world tensions begin to heighten.

1928

  • The Warlord Era finally ends in China, and the Republic of China is solidified.

  • CCP-KMT social strife leads to political infighting and instability, especially with matters involving how China should deal with the Imperialistic ambitions expected of Japan's new Emperor.

  • August - The CCP, the Politburo, and the Partido Obrera de Filipinas hold the Vladivostok Conference in line with Leon Trotsky's "International Liberation" agenda, detailing support for Philippine Resistance in the Southeast. Anticipating that Japan would direct its war towards China and the Far East, and that America would remain isolationist, the Soviets prepare to arm a Southern Front if necessary, beginning with the liberation of the Philippines from American occupation.

1929

  • August - Building on the ideals of the former Philippine Revolution (which he claims to have been "unfinished"), and having successfully united with remnant soldiers of provincial freedom-fighting groups, various Socialist splinter factions, Trade Unions, and even Aristocratic Nationalists; his faction rebrands itself as the PKP, the Partido Kommunista ng Pilipinas.

  • The PKP is forced to rush their declaration of war on the puppet Second Philippine Republic after several illegal shipments are intercepted by American-controlled ports. The Philippine Civil War begins, with the PKP waging a guerilla war from the rural farmscape.

  • With CCP sympathizers fighting in the Philippines, China's conscription numbers are degraded, and are unable to intimidate the Imperial Japanese Army from militarizing the Sino-Japanese border.

1930

  • In Germany, Otto and Gregor Strasser's newly legalized NSDAP democratically win a majority of seats in the German parliament, effectively gaining control of the Reichstag.

1931

  • The Imperial Japanese Army begins the annexation of Manchuria. Skirmishes are fought between Soviet forces in Siberia and Japan. With Soviet military forces occupied in funding Socialist Revolutions in Europe and the Philippines, the Japanese confidently seize most of Manchuria whilst Soviet officials struggle to maintain peaceful relations and buy time with an aggressive Japan.

1935

  • The Second European War - The German Weimar Republic, Poland and most of Eastern Europe are overthrown by their respective Socialist Parties. Many Far-Right supporters, supporters of the late Adolf Hitler; migrate to America to flee from persecution. The People's Republic of Germany is established, much to the horror of the Anglo-Western powers. Fearing the overpowering might of the growing Eastern Bloc, the Western Allies of Great Britain, France, and Scandinavia declare war on the Soviet Internationale.

  • Otto Strasser, forced to hide his Far-Right views and choosing to maintain his political power, is appointed Premier of the newfound People's Republic.

  • The Spanish Civil War ends in Soviet victory as France teeters on the brink of Soviet occupation.

  • Albert Einstein, a scientist of the People's Republic of Germany, is recruited by the Soviet Military (whether by force or by consent has been debated by historians for decades) to design Weapons of Mass Destruction- and discovers the radioactive element, Sakuradite, hidden in the Caucasus Mountains. Unable to harness the unstable element's full extent, Einstein ignores this discovery to continues researching and producing weapons and ammunition for the Red Army and their military allies.

1936

  • After a seven-year war against the American Government, the Partido Kommunista ng Pilipinas siege and liberate Maynila from foreign occupation, forcing an unconditional withdrawal of the American military from the Philippines.

  • The People's Republic of the Philippines is founded, and Guillermo Capadocia assumes the role of First General-Secretary.

  • The Xi'an Incident occurs, forcing the KMT to finally begin matching China's military strength to that of Japan's in the threat of sudden war.

1940

  • The United States of America fully embraces isolationism. Still upset over Great Britain's failed invasion of Soviet-occupied mainland Germany and Norway, the nation pulls all foreign aid from China, Guam, Hawaii, and Cuba; embarking on a path of tariff-based construction of economic walls.

  • Nazi reactionists influence the American government into signing the Tokyo Non-Aggression Accords, promising the peaceful resignation of American military forces from Asian territory.

1941

  • The Second Pacific War - Japanese forces take the opportunity of a weakened military force in Socialist East Asia and fleeing American forces from all across Asia to strike swiftly, consecutively declaring war on the Philippines and China. The Soviet Union declares war soon thereafter, in accordance to the Vladivostok Conference.

1942

  • February - The Japanese-Soviet Border enters a stalemate, as Soviet distractions in the West hold back resources from the rear army, whilst Japanese forces remain preoccupied with the invasion of China.

  • March - Japanese Forces land in Lingayen Gulf from the West of the Philippines, initiating the Battle for Luzon.

1943

  • January - A successful Imperial Japanese Army holds the defeated Republic of China at gunpoint to sign a treaty of unconditional capitulation. Resistance fighters retreat to the Soviet Union, or the Chinese Mountainside to organize guerilla militaries.

1945

  • April - The People's Republic of the Philippines capitulates upon the fall of Corregidor Island. A period known as the "Black Regime" begins, referring to the Japanese grip on Asia, marked by Imperial Japanese occupation forces dismantling the last democratic institutions of Asia.

  • The Japanese march Southwest, to conquer most of Indonesia, Malaysia, French Indochina, and Melanesia. Australia and the United Kingdom declare their neutrality to Japanese affairs, patterned after the American isolationism.

  • The Japanese offer the Soviet Union a ceasefire in exchange for Mongolia and the demilitarization of the Russo-Japanese border. The Soviets, still preoccupied with a seemingly invincible coalition of Italians, British, and Polish militaries; accept, ending the Second Pacific War, and kickstarting the long Japanese occupation of Asia.

1947

  • June - The British Isles capitulate in one of the most coordinated assaults yet seen in the war. Paratroopers storm the streets of London, and the English Channel was secured within hours.

  • Einstein is killed by prolonged radiation exposure whilst experimenting with Sakuradite-infused ammunition. He is later given the title of Hero of the Soviet People post-mortem, the highest honor the Soviet Government could give to any single individual.

1950

  • October, The Third Pacific War - The Japanese break their agreement with the Soviets by invading Siberia. With the Soviet Air Force grounded by strong snowstorms, the Japanese took full advantage of their technological superiority and raw manpower.

  • The offensive ends in massive disaster after the prisoner-fueled Japanese Army faced mass desertion and mutiny. The Soviets advance to South Mongolia by the end of Winter.

1987

  • Reknowned Soviet scientist, Sergei Korolev, perfects ballistic missiles and builds upon the Sakuradite research of the late Albert Einstein; to perfect Nuclear Fission. The first Sakuradite Bomb is dropped on Tokyo, wiping out the entire Imperial family. Lacking stern leadership, the Japanese provinces fall into disarray, making liberation by Soviet forces much easier. Despite the attack on Tokyo, Japan continues to fight on; establishing a new capital in Manila due to its strategic location.

  • Several Nuclear Bombs are irresponsibly used by the Soviet Union on Asian territory, as part of the offensive against the Japanese. The bombs were highly effective, yet drove the Asian population to near extinction. Entire cities such as Singapore and Manila are completely obliterated into nuclear fallout. The Japanese Army is set into full retreat, and the "Great Patriotic War" ensues for four more harsh years, with countless millions dead; and blood spilt on both sides.

1991

  • The last Japanese forces in Papua New Guinea are eliminated with the help of Sakuradite Bombs.

  • IJA Soldiers flee to the increasingly Fascist-inclined United States, who begin offering refuge to officers and politically high-standing officials- of which most never received fair trial.

  • The Russians establish the Pan-Asiatic Soviet Socialist Provisional Republic, and the Japanese Soviet Socialist Republic after the official capitulation of Imperial Japanese Forces in the March of 1991, when the last commander of the IJA, the self-declared Prime Minister Yamashita; agreed to unconditional surrender, and the terms of the Manila Pact.

  • The resistance had primarily been led by Philippine Revolutionary forces, especially that of the National Democratic Front; which became the largest revolutionary army during the Third Pacific War. Originally, many sovereign states fought to maintain the status quo; but were eventually quelled by the much more popular Pan-Asian Radicals-- which opted instead for a federal republic.

  • Russo-Asian relations are severely affected by the devastation caused by the Atomic Bombs the Soviet administration so carelessly dropped. A short Cold War between the two races lasted for two months between December 1991 and January 1992, disrupting international trade and bolstering political rivalry between the two Communist Factions. The States discriminated Soviet Trotskyism for its acceptance of Globalist and Internationalist ideals, specifically, their support of the Communist Party of America- which to Nationalists, was undeserving for the Westerners who had oppressed Asia for a significant amount of time. Communist Pan-Asian Radical Organisations such as the Neo-Bolshevik United Front, the National Democratic Front and the New People's Army; chose to embark on a much more isolationist path.

1992

  • The 1992 is formally ratified by members of a new Central Committee and a new Asian Communist Party, organized from the ruins of former Communist leagues in Asia, most notable, the CCP and the PKP.

  • The Moscow Peace Accords are signed, and the Pan-Asiatic States is formally established, electing Benigno Aquino Jr., a Filipino War Correspondent, as its first Secretary-General.


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