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Part One The Peaceful Liberation of Tibet

Peaceful liberating Tibet is a key component of China' s New Democratic Revolution and a crucial decision made by the CPC Central Committee.  


In 1951 the Chinese central government and the then Tibet local government signed the 17-Article Agreement, and went on to peacefully liberate Tibet. The move freed Tibet from the fetters of imperialistic encroachment and the state of stagnancy and impoverishment, and laid the ground for democratic reform and development in the region.


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