Flamefang Maps - China after the Xuantong Restoration - Framed
Flamefang Maps - China after the Xuantong Restoration - Framed
Flamefang Maps - China after the Xuantong Restoration - Framed
Flamefang Maps - China after the Xuantong Restoration - Framed
Flamefang Maps - China after the Xuantong Restoration - Framed
Flamefang Maps - China after the Xuantong Restoration - Framed
Flamefang Maps - China after the Xuantong Restoration - Framed
Kaiser Cat Cinema is proud to be able to offer the official Post-Rework China map, made by Flamefang and the China Rework team.

By the artist:

China after the Xuantong Restoration

The end of the last Zhifeng War in 1928 brought a close to nearly four years of chaos, and began the longest period of peace enjoyed by some parts of China since 1911. Trade flows through the Lower Yangtze, the coastal cities thrive, and the bright lights of Shanghai have drawn the attention of the world.

Yet, beneath the surface the Central Government finds its authority contested on all sides. The Fengtian Government in the Northeast claims to be the last bastion of Chinese republicanism, and rallies its forces for reconquest. Kuomintang agitators spread throughout the south, speaking of a new revolution. Even Beijing’s various allies across the country make for unenthusiastic components of the Empire, and slowly drift further from meaningful control.

Meanwhile Germany and Japan never truly ended their confrontation. The specter of the Rising Sun looms across much of the country, and once close relations with Germany have gradually soured. China enters 1936 divided and caught between the gaping jaws of foreign imperialism.

This map comes in a thick, black alderwood frame with hanging apparatus included.

• Alder, semi-hardwood frame
• Black .75” thick frame
• Acrylite front protector
• Lightweight
• Hanging hardware included

Flamefang Maps - China after the Xuantong Restoration - Framed

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Kaiser Cat Cinema Webshop
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$28.00
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