Multiple realities
(covers information from several alternate timelines)
White House, Storm Front

The White House, occupied by Nazis and Na'kuhl

The White House was a government building in the city of Washington, DC, in the former nation-state United States of America on Earth. It was the usual home of the American President. Figuratively, the term "White House" might also refer to the administration occupying it.

In December 2000, it was announced that the White House and Congress would be working together to seek budget deficit cuts. The announcement was published in newspapers, such as The Morning Observer, in Portage Creek, Indiana. (VOY: "11:59")

In an alternate timeline, the White House was occupied by Germans in 1944, when America was conquered by the Nazi and Na'kuhl alliance. Two Jagdtigers stood outside the building, while a Sd.Kfz. 251 half-track vehicle pulled up to its entrance. Parts of the building's roof and exterior facade were burned. (ENT: "Storm Front", "Storm Front, Part II")

The next scene in "Storm Front" showed the German Wehrmacht Generalmajor still wearing his headgear and gloves, which strongly suggested that he actually had arrived in the Sd.Kfz. 251, as a figure could be seen descending from the vehicle and entering the White House. As there were only SS guards seen, this also implied that it had been Vosk's offices all along. Traditionally, on Earth at least, any general drew his staff and guard retinue from the ranks of his own military branch; no self-respecting Wehrmacht army general – as this one clearly was – would have ever voluntarily allowed SS soldiers to serve in his retinue, even if the two escorting him were killed trying to protect him, when Vosk shot the latter.
In the final draft script of "Storm Front", the exterior of the White House was described thus; "The west end of the building has taken some shelling, but it's liveable. Instead of the stars and stripes, the Nazi flag flies from the tentpole." The room where Vosk and the German Generalmajor meet was referred to as the "situation room".

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