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This chapter explains the situations in Taipei and Beijing after the China tidal wave. A heat-ball close to the temperature of the sun emitted a blinding light that was seen by awestruck fishermen off the coast of Fujian. The Hilton Hotel was blown away like a castle of playing cards. The destruction of Taipei left the island without government, without information. The Government of the People's Republic of China reiterates its unchanging stand: China will never be the first to make a nuclear attack on any other country, and approves and advocates the complete banning and destruction of nuclear weapons. Hungary was the only country to break off diplomatic relations, because their Minister of Commerce had been killed in the attack. The base looked vulnerable to attack, even the sentries seemed slovenly and careless. After the nuclear attack on Taipei thousands of Taiwanese had fled to Japan, US or Europe.

Keywords: Central Military Commission; China tidal wave; Guangxi Province; MilitaryHigh Court; Nuclear Missile base 1358



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