Why Did China Invade Tibet?

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The reason as to why China invaded Tibet is still an on going debate. However, it is believed that China invaded Tibet because it believes it is part of mainland China. Tibet was a former colony of Britain, bought by China for 2 million rupees, it declared its independence in 1912 only to be invaded again by China in 1950.
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The country of China considers Tibet to be the property of China. When the people of Tibet contested this belief the Chinese saw them as rebelling and set out to set them straight
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The main reason is XiZang (or Tibet) has been a part of China for a long history (for serveral hundreds years) In fact, serveral hundreds years ago, Tibet is not a part of China.
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So Tibet could fall to communism.
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From China's point of view, Tibet is a province of China and its people are in rebellion. So, they invaded to quash the rebellion. The Tibetans disagree. They feel that they are an
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