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England was part of Old Britain on Earth. It was described as a green and pleasant land. (DS9: "Explorers")


The 19th century novel A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, written by Samuel Clemens, took place in England in the 6th century. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

Starfleet officers Malcolm Reed and Kyle originated from this country. (ENT: "Silent Enemy"; TOS: "Who Mourns for Adonais?")

Chief Engineer Olson also spoke with an English accent, but his nationality was never specifically mentioned.

When Julian Bashir was thinking about asking Morn to join him in the Battle of Britain holoprogram in 2372, Miles O'Brien told him the Lurian probably had never heard of England. (DS9: "Accession")

In Felix's latest chapter of the Julian Bashir, Secret Agent holoprogram, Lady Wantsomore was brainwashed and instructed to kill the Queen of England. (DS9: "A Simple Investigation")

Kathryn Janeway's sojourn into a holonovel during 2371 was set in early 19th century England featuring Lord Burleigh and Mrs. Templeton. (VOY: "Cathexis", "Persistence of Vision")

In an alternate timeline, England was conquered by Nazi Germany, with the assistance of the Na'kuhl, sometime before 1944. (ENT: "Storm Front")



Furthermore, the city of Bristol was referenced indirectly through the phrase ""Shipshape and Bristol fashion".


Furthermore, Yorkshire was mentioned indrectly, through Yorkshire pudding and the Yorkshire Institute Review, and Cumberland and the Acts of Cumberland might be named either after the historic county of that name.

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King Richard, an early ruler of England

In an unknown, alternate future timeframe, Data was a professor at Cambridge University, and lived in Sir Isaac Newton's house. (TNG: "All Good Things...")



In Dangerous Ground, Doctor John Rawley spent some of his four years after graduating from Johns Hopkins in this country. During his stay in England, Dr. Rawley studied psychiatry. (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")

The pages seen in the episode were from the mystery novel Dangerous Ground by author Frances Sil Wickware. This novel was published in 1946. Information on England was from page 12.

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