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With the Star Trek franchise growing faster than ever, this interactive video timeline will serve as a springboard for fans, young and old, to experience how Star Trek history fits together. Styled to mimic the LCARS interface, a simple click through the timeline will introduce you to each era with a video overview. Here you will discover key plot points of each of the series and movies set during that time. You also have the option to dive deeper in each subject by bringing up articles directly from within the video. Click below to discover more information about Memory Alpha in a unique way!
A Memory Alpha - Fandom collaboration, this interactive timeline aims to guide you through all the various ships and captains along with where they fall in Trek history.
A newsreel segment from 1944 shows Adolf Hitler as he visits a conquered New York City, getting a hero's parade through Times Square, touring the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building, and receiving the keys to the city. The newsreel's commentator reports Hitler has pledged to eradicate the "financial profiteers" that have plagued America's economy since the 1920s. It may be Earth, 1944, but the timeline has been drastically changed in favor of the Nazis that were destined to lose the planet's Second World War.
In the swastika-draped White House, a German general continues to discuss the Nazis' occupation of America with Vosk, a 29th century Na'kuhl time traveler responsible for the corruption of the timeline. The general fears an imminent counter-offensive from the American resistance, a rumor that he argues is now fact. The general raises his voice arguing that the Na'kuhl have promised to defend Germany yet they continually work to stall progress. Questioning Vosk's loyalty, the general tells the Na'kuhl officer that his people will not receive additional supplies until they have fulfilled their part in the alliance. Vosk imagines the devastation that the Na'kuhl's weapons, such as plasma cannons, could cause if the American resistance managed to steal them. When the Nazi general argues that Vosk's statements are treasonous, the Na'kuhl officer grows tired of the Human and threatens the general's very existence in history...