Xizang (Tibet) Was not A Part of China Before 1950s? Shut up!
Here are some maps that were printed by other countries before Chinese Communists took the power in China. China was weak then and could not force US, Germany, and India to print out those maps, right?
Keep this in mind: Xizang was China's Xizang, is China's Xizang and will be China's Xizang forever!
This map was printed in India. It shows the Sino-India border between 1700-1792 as stated on the map. Xizang was a part of Chinese Empire. This map is from The Historical Atlas by William R. Shepherd, 1923. You can find it here.
This is a map printed by Germany in 1891. It reflects China's territory before 1891. Germans, open your eyes, and then tell me: wasn't Xizang not in China back then? The same map can be found here. It was published by Gotha:Julius Perthes in 1891.
This is a map published before 1900. That's definitely not a map printed by China. Was Xizang in China? It was from Americanized Encyclopaedia Britannica, Vol.1, Chicago 1892. You can find it here.
A map published in US in 1900. Xizang isn't a part of China?
Thanks the reader who provided this map in his comment.
This is a world map printed by US in 1942. That's before Chinese Communists took power in China. Didn't Xizang belong to China?