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Joint Allied Expeditionary Command at Tiananmen Square protests of 1989
Part of Tiananmen Square Protests of 1989
Date May 21 - June 9, 1989
Location Beijing, China
Status JAEC strategic victory
  • Political reforms in the Chinese government

Student-led demonstrations victory

Belligerents
Template:FlagJAEC Joint Allied Expeditionary Command

Supporters
Template:FlagSovietUnion Soviet Union

Template:FlagPRC Government of China Template:FlagPRC Chinese demonstrators
Commanders and leaders
Template:FlagJAEC General Daladaier Gerard Calliope Template:FlagPRC Deng Xiaoping


Template:FlagPRCChina Yang Shangkun
Template:FlagPRCChina Liu Huaqing
Template:FlagPRCChina Chi Haotian


Template:FlagPRCChina Xu Qinxian

Template:FlagPRC University students and Beijing residents
Units involved
JAEC Military Command
  • 1st Army Group
    • 1st Guards Rifle Division
      • 1st Guards Rifle Brigade
      • 2nd Guards Rifle Brigade
      • 3rd Guards Rifle Regiment
    • 2nd Guards Rifle Division
    • 3rd Guards Rifle Division
    • 4th Guards Rifle Division
    • 5th Guards Rifle Division
    • 6th Guards Rifle Division
    • 1st People's Rifle Division
    • 2nd People's Rifle Division
    • 3rd People's Rifle Division
    • 4th People's Rifle Division
    • 5th People's Rifle Division
    • 6th People's Rifle Division
  • 2nd Army Group
    • 7th Guards Rifle Division
    • 8th Guards Rifle Division
    • 7th People's Rifle Division
    • 8th People's Rifle Division
    • 9th People's Rifle Division
    • 10th People's Rifle Division
    • 1st Rifle Division
    • 2nd Rifle Division
    • 3rd Rifle Division
    • 4th Rifle Division
  • 3rd Army Group
    • 1st Shock Division
    • 2nd Shock Division
    • 3rd Shock Division
    • 4th Shock Division
    • 5th Shock Division
    • 6th Shock Division
    • 5th Rifle Division
    • 6th Rifle Division
    • 7th Rifle Division
    • 8th Rifle Division
  • 4th Army Group
    • 11th People's Rifle Division
    • 12th People's Rifle Division
    • 13th People's Rifle Division
    • 7th Shock Division
    • 8th Shock Division
    • 9th Shock Division
    • 9th Rifle Division
    • 10th Rifle Division
    • 11th Rifle Division
    • 9th Guards Rifle Division
    • 10th Guards Rifle Division
    • 11th Guards Rifle Division
People's Liberation Army
  • Beijing Military Garrison
    • Beijing Garrison
    • Tianjin Garrison
      • 1st Armored Division
    • 14th Artillery Division
    • 24th Army
    • 27th Army
    • 28th Army
    • 38th Army
    • 63rd Army
    • 65th Army
  • Jinan Military Region
    • 20th Army
    • 26th Army
    • 54th Army
    • 67th Army
  • Shengyang Military Region
    • 39th Army
    • 40th Army
    • 64th Army
  • Nanjing Military Region
    • 12th Army
  • Guangzhou Military Region
    • 15th Airborne Corps
5 Thousands demonstrators
Strength
Four Army Groups Five military garrisons 5 thousand demonstrators
Casualties and losses
Light Massive; devastation of five military regions 3 thousand demonstrators
The PLA's 16th, 38th, and 40th Armies and the 15 Airborne Corps were spared from destruction due to negotiations.

Causes of the five military elements being spared:

  • The 15th Airborne leader has reported to Lieutenant General Emilio Aguinaldo III that the 15 Airborne Corps looked forward to their first trip to the capital and expected to be welcomed by residents as the four PLA field armies (having reported to the JAEC Military Command) don't use overwhelming force, allowing all five to be spared.
During the 1989 student demonstrations in Beijing, the Capitalist Joint Allied Expeditionary Command (JAEC) played a decisive role in preventing the deaths of civilians, suppressing the five armies by force and upholding the authority of the JAEC-MC. The scale of the JAEC's combined arms mobilization for a foreign event and degree of protection of civilians not only causes the deaths of 3 thousand demonstrators, but the devastation of the five military regions and the damages on Beijing caused by the JAEC's deployed four army groups and the relations between civilians and the JAEC becomes strengthened. The 16th, 38th, and 40th Armies and the 15 Airborne Corps were the only military formations of the People's Liberation Army to be spared from destruction by the JAEC four army groups.

MobilizationEdit

JAEC response to the bloodshedEdit

In response to the bloodshed, General Daladier has ordered four army groups to be deployed to Beijing to end the bloodshed per the Code of Relations Between Civilians and the Military. Arriving in from the sea, air, and land the four army groups began their assault against the military elements of the five Chinese military regions.

BattleEdit

Mistaken JAEC identity for Western capitalistsEdit

The Communist Party of China thought that the capialist Americans and its allies were sent and orders the five military regions to destroy them. However, the five military regions were surprised they were attacked by soldiers in Soviet Army uniforms and tanks that resemble T-72 tanks. A commander of one of the five military regions has sent a letter to the Party, saying "Mister President, we're not facing what you described as 'Western capitalists' but we're facing unknown enemies using T-72 tanks and Soviet Armed forces equipment." The Party was confused about this and have ordered one soldier to take a picture or more of those alleged Soviet Army soldiers.

Discovery of JAEC military forcesEdit

The picture was taken successfully and was sent to the Party to see what the alleged Soviet Army forces are. A Party member has stated, "The pictures we received shows Soviet Army forces in our mainland, but we were shocked to find out that they have People's Rifle divisions, Guards Rifle divisions, Rifle divisions, and others. We do not understand what enemy we are facing. Whether they be rogue Soviet Army forces or Capitalist forces in disguise is not determined." The Party latter receives a message from the UN that it was the Join Allied Expeditionary Command that ordered the deployment of four army groups, ordered to protect the civilians from the bloodshed and to engage Chinese forces.

Battle of BeijingEdit

The Chinese PLA began to push JAEC forces back to protected locations, which are lightly protected. However, the JAEC Army Groups faked their retreat, which causes its rearguard divisions to ambush them from behind and the sides. The four army groups itself have launched all its divisions to push them back. The five military regions finds out it was capable of performing combined arms operation as the army groups arrive in Beijing and began counter-bloodshed operations.

Beijing, which was at the point of being taken, has all five military regions send its elements, when it was actually a diversion to devastate the five military regions. The five military regions were too late to recall all of its forces as all five regions were devastated by aircraft and artillery fire. The JAEC unleashes its four army groups to be sent to eradicate those who were responsible for the bloodshed. Much of the divisions of the PLA were destroyed, but only five military elements were spared from destruction due to them defying martial laws. The Chinese president was taken out of the picture as a pro-civilian and pro-democracy officer performs all the reforms and also abolishes its One-Child Policy and its One-China Policy, which was later replaced by the new Two-China Policy, which regarded by the UN as a good way Daladier made.

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