沒有國民黨就沒有中國, Without the Kuomintang there would be no China, A Republic of China Story

So the type of equipment is going to be different than what we have OTL, considering the PoD is in 1946. In general, it will be somewhat similar to what America had during the 1980s.
Interesting, this story has opened my imagination on what will be ROC Army equipment, considering its historical path diverged.


I have a question, what is the situation in South China Sea ITTL?
 
I might say this TL in on my opinion closed the vaccum on this site that I felt that had existed since June 2020.
It was the best Victorious Kuomintang TL.
 
I might say this TL in on my opinion closed the vaccum on this site that I felt that had existed since June 2020.
It was the best Victorious Kuomintang TL.
Agreed. This was the TL I had always wanted to read about this POD and I got exactly what I’d hoped for from it. Hard to see how it can be topped, considering @CELTICEMPIRE’s deep knowledge of China.

Definitely a Turtledove-worthy project
 
I might say this TL in on my opinion closed the vaccum on this site that I felt that had existed since June 2020.
It was the best Victorious Kuomintang TL.
Agreed. This was the TL I had always wanted to read about this POD and I got exactly what I’d hoped for from it. Hard to see how it can be topped, considering @CELTICEMPIRE’s deep knowledge of China.

Definitely a Turtledove-worthy project
Thank you very much!
 
Will China still have their own social network websites?
Because I know they will not be the same websites from OTL due to the divergence.
 
Trying to picture Park or Chun Doo-hwan having to actually face an electorate haha
Park ..well his daughter decent campaigning has to come from somewhere and he at least won an election relatively fairly ITTL IIRC. Chun though.. yeah he could only probably win if his oppositions campaign is really abysmal and vote splitting happens. And I presumed Roh Tae-woo work as an underling of Paik Sun-yup before he became President ITTL.
Edit: based on the fact that the Presidency is not yet term limited when Paik took over I think it would be like this
1974-1986: Paik (who probably decide to limit it to three terms since Park shenanigans started only when he ran for the fourth term.)
1986-1990: A non military person won for the first time under a united front in 1986, only to broke into factional infighting which led to,
1990-2002: Roh won (with massive help from Paik) but with just a plurality consistently , with the biggest plurality achieved on the 1998 election after South Korean win the war, with around the same percentage of votes with Helmut Kohl and the CDU in win in the OTL 1990 German election)
2002: No idea but probably the last time the election was only held on a plurality basis.

Perhaps any Korean expert would like to comment on this?
 
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Park ..well his daughter decent campaigning has to come from somewhere and he at least won an election relatively fairly ITTL IIRC. Chun though.. yeah he could only probably win if his oppositions campaign is really abysmal and vote splitting happens. And I presumed Roh Tae-woo work as an underling of Paik Sun-yup before he became President ITTL.
Chun seems like the kind of man who might have "found" ballots "lying around" if you know what I mean in order to win.

But yeah, a Korea led by Paik with Roh as his understudy probably avoids some of the more unsavory aspects of the Park/Chun years, that's for sure, and a Roh that didn't emerge out of the Hanahoe clique is probably a lot more democratic immediately.
 
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