- For other uses, see London.
History[edit | edit source]
- The severity of the attack was not specified. Either the city was rebuilt, or (more likely) the attacks struck nearby but not in the city proper, leaving London damaged but not completely destroyed.
In June 2078, London was engulfed in riots against the Optimum Movement, which had taken political control of England in 2075. Zefram Cochrane visited London in 2078, and while there, was taken into custody by Colonel Adrik Thorsen, along with astronomer Sir John Burke and Monica Burke. (ST novel: Federation)
23rd century[edit | edit source]
In 2259, in the Kelvin timeline, Thomas Harewood, a Starfleet officer employed at the Kelvin Memorial Archive in London, carried out a suicide bombing of the facility in exchange for his daughter being cured of a terminal illness by John Harrison. (TOS movie: Star Trek Into Darkness)
24th century[edit | edit source]
It was customary for new members of the Federation Council to be invited to dine in the halls of London's Buckingham Palace. President Min Zife was attending this dinner in 2379 when he was informed of a looming crisis on Tezwa. (TNG novel: A Time to Kill)
London was also the site of the Embassy of Alpha Centauri on Earth. A reception was hosted by Federation Councillor Huang Chaoying in 2374, during a military conference to determine deployments during the Dominion War, at which noted peace activist Tomas Roeder and military advisor Elim Garak were in attendance. Roeder died unexpectedly later that evening. (DS9 novel: Hollow Men)
Alternate timeline[edit | edit source]
In an alternate timeline accidentally created by Leonard McCoy saving Edith Keeler's life in March 1930, the United Kingdom was conquered by Nazi Germany prior to 1944. A Nazi occupation force arrived in London shortly afterwards and was met with little resistance. (TOS - Crucible novel: Provenance of Shadows)