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  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The 200 Years War
        • The war that wiped out all but 0.2% of the earth's population.
    • The 2nd Battle of Springfield
        • The citizens of Springfield recreate a battle fought by the North, the South and the East. (Season 3 episode The Sweetest Apu)
    • Alpha Centauri Robot Wars
        • War Joe asks Beth about when he comes out of hyper sleep (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
    • Antares Maelstrom War
        • Military conflict from Todd's service record - Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan reference.
    • The Australian Conflict
        • In the Summer of Love world, the U.S. lost the Battle of the Coral Sea during World War II and the Japanese invaded Australia. When the Nazis surrendered, the Russians entered the Pacific War and helped liberate North Australia. But they never gave it back. Now the North's attacking the South. Wade refers to the war as The Australian Conflict. Quinn and Arturo's landlord mentions the Australian Tong. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Battle At Tannhauser Gate
        • Military conflict from Todd's service record - Blade Runner reference.
    • The Battle In The Bassen Rift
        • Conflict between the Enterprise and Romulan Commander Donatra's Warbird Valdore against Shinzon's Warbird Scimitar.
    • The Battle of Airstrip One
        • Winston was in Victory Square before the appointed time. He wandered round the base of the enormous flut- ed column, at the top of which Big Brother's statue gazed southward towards the skies where he had vanquished the Eurasian aeroplanes (the Eastasian aeroplanes, it had been, a few years ago) in the Battle of Airstrip One. In the street in front of it there was a statue of a man on horseback which was supposed to represent Oliver Cromwell.
    • Battle Of Atollon
        • Battle between the Rebels and Grand Admiral Thrawn's Imperial Fleet over Atollon, location of a rebel base. (Season 3 episode Zero Hour)
    • The Battle of Blood Ridge
        • Rick revisits The Battle of Blood Ridge in Birdperson's memory. One final chance to stop the Federation offense. (Season 5 episode Rickternal Friendship of the Spotless Mort)
    • Battle of Caleb IV
        • Famous Klingon battle. Martok sends the Malpara and the Ning'Tao in ahead of the rest of the squadron to make a single strafing run of the base on Trelka V and then head out of the system. When the enemy sends out their repair crews to assess the damage, then the rest of the squadron will de-cloak. Kor points out that this is the same tactic that Kor and Kang used against he Federation in the Battle of Caleb IV, during which Kor commanded the First Division from the Klothos, one of the old D-5 cruisers. Kang commanded the 2nd Division. (Season 7 episode Once More Unto the Breach)
    • The Battle of California
        • On Maggie's Earth there was a world war. The second of three. The Japanese invaded the west coast of her country. The marines fought them block by block but they kept pouring in reinforcements. When the American lines finally broke, they felt they had no choice. They dropped two atomic bombs. One on Los Angeles, one on San Diego. On their own soil. On their own troops. Maggie's grandfather fought there. (Season 4 Common Ground)
    • Battle Of Christophsis
        • Battle that Captain Rex mentions when Ezra tells him that Ahsoka Tano sent them (Season 2 episode The Lost Commanders)
    • Battle Of Endor
        • Name given to the conflict between the Galactic Empire and the Rebel Alliance, when the Rebels, with the help of local resident Ewoks, destroyed the 2nd Death Star over Endor.
    • The Battle Of Frobozz
        • Battle between The Sixers and several Gunter clans over access to Zork simulations on the planet Frobozz.
    • The Battle Of Herokin
        • When speaking with his mother in Asgard, Thor tries to pass off her noticing his new eye as being hit with a broadsword during a previous battle.
    • The Battle Of Indian Hill
        • Epic seven day battle that the Wamapoke Indians lost due to the fact that they didn't have any weapons. (Season 3 episode Harvest Festival)
    • Battle Of Jakku
        • Battle that Poe mentions when he's talking about the Resistance ship, saying this old girl saw action from the Battle of Scarify all the way up to Jakku. (Season 1 episode The Recruit) Kaz learns that Yeager was in the Rebellion, and fought at the Battle of Jakku. (Season 1 episode Fuel for the Fire) Tam mentions the Yeager Maneuver, which he used during the Battle Jakku. (Season 2 episode The Escape Part 1)
    • Battle Of Katreen
        • Famous Hynerian battle that Rygel tells Aeryn about - where moron and former Dominar Rygel the 9th single handedly led the climactic charge. (Season 3 episode Infinite Possibilities, Part 1: Daedalus Demands)
    • The Battle of Klach D'kel Brakt
        • Legendary Klingon victory over the Romulans almost a century ago that Klingon Kor relives in Quark's holosuite. Quark refers to it as the "Battle of Klachdachbrach or some such thing." (Season 2 episode Blood Oath)
    • Battle Of Madazac
        • War during which General Grynes offered a truce, when he could have forced victory. (Season 3 episode …Different Destinations)
    • Battle Of Malastar Arrows
        • Clone War battle that Anakin mentions: "A corporate fleet was blockading Malastar, a fleet led by Admiral Trench. That's why I recognized the tactics. He tore our ships apart. We barely escaped with our lives. In the end, the Jedi led task force moved in to settle the matter. Trench's ship was destroyed and we assumed he went down with it." (Season 2 episode Cat and Mouse)
    • The Battle Of Maxia
        • Jean-Luc Picard received the Grankite Order of Tactics Class of Excellence Award in recognition of his development of the Picard Maneuver during the Battle of Maxia, while commanding the U.S.S. Stargazer. (From the Picard family album)
    • Battle of New York
        • Flashback to when the Avengers traveled back in time to the Battle of New York, when Loki manages to escape from the Stark Industries tower with the Tesseract, while WHiH covers the events on the big screen in the background. (Season 1 episode Glorious Purpose)
        • Miss Minutes tells Loki he can be reinserted into the timeline, he can win the Battle of New York, kills Thanos, and rule Asgard. (Season 1 episode For All Time. Always)
    • The Battle of Prexnak
        • Battle that Quark mentions to inspire his crew. The most important battle in Ferengi history. Ten Ferengi stood alone against 273 Lytasians. All 10 Ferengi were slaughtered. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Battle of Ricktor Prime
        • The serial killer on the station is revealed be 97- year old Vulcan science officer Chu'Lak. Born 2278 in the Slara region, he was assigned to the station three months ago. Before that, he served on the U.S.S. Grissom, which was destroyed by the Jem'Hadar in the Battle of Ricktor Prime. He was one of only 6 crewman out of 1,250 to survive. (Season 7 episode Friendly Fire)
    • The Battle Of San Luis Obispo
        • Fake battle Bill makes up while telling stories about Ted to recently departed coworker Ted's friend. (Season 4 episode Copy Machine)
        • Battle that ensues between Rebels and the Empire when Jyn Erso, Cassian Andor their friends infiltrate the Imperial base on the planet Scarif in order to steal the Death Star's schematics.
        • Battle that Poe mentions when he's talking about the Resistance ship, saying this old girl saw action from the Battle of Scarify all the way up to Jakku. (Season 1 episode The Recruit)
    • The Battle Of Schrute Farms
        • Event Dwight thought was an important Civil War battle. "But the battle at Schrute Farms was no battle at all. It was a code used by pacifists from both North and South who turned the Pennsylvania farmhouse into an artistic community and a refuge from the war. You have to understand, poets, artists, dancers, these kinds of men preferred peace to war. These delicate, lovely men found a place of refuge among the Schrutes at Schrute Farm. Amidst the macho brutality of war, this was a place where dandies and dreamers could put on plays, sing tender ballads, and dance in the moonlight. I like to think of Schrute Farm as, uh, the underground railroad for the sensitive and, well, fabulous." (Season 8 episode Gettysburg)
    • The Battle Of Serenity Valley
        • Battle fought during the Unification War in Serenity Valley, where then-Sergeant Malcolm Reynolds and then-Corporal Zoe Alleyne were among the few survivors on the losing side of the Unification War.
    • Battle Of Stalaro
        • Weapon Peacekeeper attacks D'Argo with was made for him for a battle - a spinning saw blade on a mechanical arm. (Season 3 episode Into the Lion's Den, Part 1: Lambs to the Slaughter)
    • Battle Of Tarazed
        • Claire's son Marcus' teacher asks him and his friend James about the Battle of Tarazed. (Season 2 episode Ja'loja)
    • The Battle Of The Argentine Moons
        • Military conflict from Todd's service record.
    • The Battle Of The Cow Shed
        • The day that Jones came back with his friends and the animals ran them off.
    • The Battle of the Line
        • Battle during the MInbari War. Sinclair blacked out, can't remember what happened. It is revealed that Captain Sinclair was captured and interrogated by the Grey Council during the Minbari War. (Season 1 episode And the Sky full of Stars)
        • Jeffrey Sinclair mentions the Battle of the Line - he's been working to piece things together. He asks Garibaldi to help him investigate what happened during his memory blackout. (Season 1 episode Signs and Portents)
    • Battle Of The Nerds
        • In the flashback of Jay going out dancing to celebrate winning his first Pulitzer Prize, he wears it around his neck on a chain and when he asks a girl if she knows what it is, she says, is it your dogtags from the Battle of the Nerds? (Season 1 episode Eye on the Prize)
    • The Battle of The Omarian Nebula
        • Members of the Romulan Tal Shiar and Cardassian Obsidian Order team up to go on the offensive and attack the Founders in the Gamma Quadrant, but the Jem'Hadar are waiting for them. (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
    • The Battle Of The Windmill
        • The day Jones came back with more men and blew up Animal Farm's windmill.
    • The Battle of Tong Vey
        • When Worf goes to trial for destroying an unarmed civilian transport, the Klingon advocate Ch'Pok submits his solosuite program The Battle of Tong Vey into evidence. It is a re-enactment of a famous battle for the city of Tong Vey that ends with the conquering warrior ordering his enemies - including civilians - to be put to death. Jadzia mentions that he brought it over from the Enterprise. (Season 4 episode Rules of Engagement)
    • Battle of Wolf 359
        • Battle between the Federation and the Borg, originally from The Next Generation episode The Best of Both Worlds. Battle during which Commander Benjamin Sisko loses his wife Jennifer while serving as first officer aboard the U.S.S. Saratoga. (Season 1 episode Emissary) Sisko meets Fenna on the 4th anniversary of Jennifer's death. (Season 2 episode Second Sight) The battle of the Omarian Nebula. Is compared to Wolf 359, the battle from The Next Generation episode Best of Both Worlds, as well as Deep Space Nine's pilot episode Emissary. "Sounds like Wolf 359 all over again." (Season 3 episode The Die is Cast)
        • Steve Levy, Starfleet Lieutenant and conspiracy theorist that Mariner dated, claims that Wolf 359 was an inside job, changelings aren't real and the Dominion War didn't happen. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Battle Of Yavin
        • Name given to the conflict between the Galactic Empire and the Rebel Alliance, when the Rebels attempted to destroy the Imperal space station known as the Death Star before the Death Star destroyed the Rebel base on Yavin.
    • The Blackouts
        • The Blackouts occured when a group of Nexus-8 rebelling replicants detonated a nuclear weapon in orbit over the western United States to create an EMP pulse that wiped out all of the electronic records. "The Blackout" destroyed most records about replicants, making it difficult for humans to track them down on Earth, but the terrorist attack led to mass purge and complete shutdown of Nexus-8 production (though many existing units were able to go into hiding in the chaos).
    • Bolivian Coup Of 2015
        • Military conflict from Todd's service record.
    • The Border Wars
        • Miles educates Julian about the military history of the Border Wars, including the Setlik III Massacre, to make point about what the Cardassians do to their prisoners. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
    • The British Museum Massacre
        • Then came the famous British Museum Massacre. Two thousand culture fans gassed with dichlorethyl sulphide.
    • The Cardassian Wars
        • The Rutledge and the Tecumseh are heading things up. Captain Raymond saw the Tecumseh through the Cardassian Wars. (Season 5 episode ...Nor the Battle to the Strong)
    • The Cenobian Rebellion
        • One of Durka's achievements that Aeryn learned about at Peacekeeper training. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • The Centauran-Rigan War
        • Also known as The Centauran-Rigan The Centauran-Rigan conflict of 4-B33a. Most legends concerning Earth were lost during this conflict.
    • The Civil War
        • Some time after their release Winston had actually seen all three of them in the Chestnut Tree Cafe. He remembered the sort of terrified fascination with which he had watched them out of the corner of his eye. They were men far older than himself, relics of the ancient world, almost the last great figures left over from the heroic days of the Party. The glamour of the underground struggle and the civil war still faintly clung to them.
        • Bail Organa returns home to Alderaan to inform his people that there will be no peace - and to send for his Jedi friend that served him well during the Clone Wars and has lived in hiding since the Emperor's purge.
    • The Cure Wars
        • In both timelines so far, there's a war between those that received the cure and those that didn't. In timeline 2, Stu refers to it as the Cure Wars when he's explaining the past to Tiger. (Season 2 episode Guess Who's Coming to Lunch)
    • Dilgar Invasion
        • DeathWalker led the Dilgar Invasion, performing experiments on inhabitants of Latig Four, destroying entire population thru infection of Stafford's Plague. (Season 1 episode Deathwalker)
        • Steve Levy, Starfleet Lieutenant and conspiracy theorist that Mariner dated, claims that Wolf 359 was an inside job, changelings aren't real and the Dominion War didn't happen. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • The Dordellis Wars
        • Ford: "The Arcturan megafreighters used to carry most of the bulky trade between the Galactic Centre and the outlying regions. The Betelgeuse trading scouts used to find the markets and the Arcturans would supply them. There was a lot of trouble with space pirates before they were wiped out in the Dordellis wars, and the megafreighters had to be equipped with the most fantastic defence shields known to Galactic science."
    • The Energy Wars
        • Torus Corporation's global military operation against rogue states and Bloc coalition terrorists, the so-called Energy Wars, dominate headlines worldwide. Citizens and non-citizens celebrate the reunification of Los Angeles Island with Torus Corporation. The island signed a treaty that cedes all resources and citizens to the conglomerate's North American division. The reunification comes six days after the island's only remaining nuclear desalination plant was destroyed by Bloc missiles.
    • The Eugenics Wars
        • Admiral Bennett: 200 years ago, we tried to improve the species through DNA resequencing. And what did we get for our trouble? The Eugenics Wars. For every Julian Bashir that can be created, there's a Khan Singh waiting in the wings - a superhuman, whose ambition and thirst for power have been enhanced along with his intellect. The law against genetic engineering provides a firewall against such men and it's my job to keep that firewall intact. (Season 5 episode Dr. Bashir, I Presume)
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants accuse him of trotting out the Eugenics War during their argument. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
    • The Franchise Wars
        • Taco Bell was the only restaurant to survive the Franchise Wars. Now all restaurants are Taco Bell.
    • French War
        • San Francisco Register newspaper headline in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War: "King Thomas Missing in French War" (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • The Gear Wars
        • Gearhead tells Morty all about the Gear Wars, which were never really about the gears at all. (Season 1 episode Ricksy Business)
    • The Great Ventilation And Telephone Riots Of SrDt 3454
        • The reason that all mechanical or electrical or quantum-mechanical or hydraulic or even wind, steam or piston-driven devices, are now requited to have a certain legend emblazoned on them somewhere. The legend is this: "The major difference between a thing that might go wrong and a thing that cannot possibly go wrong is that when a thing that cannot possibly go wrong goes wrong it usually turns out to be impossible to get at or repair."
    • The Great War of 12185
        • The Thermians explain that the Tothian Minefield was left standing from the Great War of 12185.
    • Gulf War V: Operation Find Our President's Head
        • Principal Skinner: I'd like to say goodbye to those going off to college or to fight in Gulf War Five: Operation Find Our President's Head. (Season 16 episode Future-Drama)
    • The Human-Kromagg War
        • Conflict that started on Quinn's home world, now impacting multiple Earths. (Season 4 episode Slidecage)
        • On the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation, Quinn's doctor and Rembrandt's new friend Dr. Helen Donovan used to be known as Dr. Venable, and was a collaborator known as a "Thatcher" during the Human-Kromagg War, serving them in a Magg evacuation center In Belgium. "Thatcher" because British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher signed a non aggression pact with the Kromagg Dynasty. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • The Ilanic/Scorvian War
        • The Ilanic scientist Verell fills D'Argo in on the history of the conflict, which started approximately three cycles earlier, while D'Argo was imprisoned. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
    • The Info-Wars
        • During the Info-Wars, corporations rule the world with the help of the Yakuza crime syndicate, while guerrillas called LoTeks hack the system and a fatal plague called Nerve Attenuation Syndrome wreaks general havoc.
    • The Iron Blockade
        • The Iron Blockade was a conflict that took place throughout the Anoat sector during the Galactic Civil War. It began in the aftermath of the Battle of Endor, which saw the death of the Emperor Sheev Palpatine, and the destruction of the Death Star II at the hands of the Alliance to Restore the Republic.
    • Kendra Valley Massacre
        • Devastating event during the Cardassian occupation - wether or not Vedek Bareil played a role by supplying Cardassians with the location of a resistance cell serves as a plot point in the episode. (Season 2 episode The Collaborator)
    • The Liberation Of Mintaka III
        • One of Durka's achievements that Aeryn learned about at Peacekeeper training. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • The Little War
        • The seeds of the Little War were planted in a restless summer during the mid-1960s, with sit-ins and student demonstrations as youth tested its strength. By the early 1970s over 75 per cent of the people living on earth were under twenty-one years of age. The population continued to climb—and with it the youth percentage. In the 1980s the figure was 79.7 per cent. In the 1990s, 82.4 per cent. In the year 2000—critical mass. The first engagement in the Little War took place at Fifteenth and K street in front of the Sheraton Bar and Grill in the heart of Washington. For over a month young people had been pouring into the city, massing for a huge demonstration to protest the Thirty-ninth Amendment to the Constitution.
    • Montana Insurrection
        • Military conflict from Todd's service record.
    • Moscow Incident
        • Military conflict from Todd's service record.
    • The Multiversal War
        • He Who Remains reveals that when variant versions of himself living in other realities began cooperating, there were also darker variants, leading to a power struggle, culminating in the a Multiversal War that nearly threatened to wipe out all of existence.
    • The Navarian-Bruidian Conflict
        • Conflict that involves two races fighting over the planet Lopovius. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Dagger)
    • Nibian Moons Campaign
        • Military conflict from Todd's service record - Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan reference.
    • The Night Of A Thousand Tears
        • Battle that Moff Gideon mentions: Perhaps the decommissioned Mandalorian hunter, Din Djarin, has heard the songs of the Siege of Mandalore, when gunships outfitted with similar ordnance laid waste to fields of Mandalorian recruits in The Night of a Thousand Tears. (Season 1 Chapter 8 Redemption)
    • The Nine Years' War
        • People still went on talking about truth and beauty as though they were the sovereign goods. Right up to the time of the Nine Years' War. That made them change their tune all right. What's the point of truth or beauty or knowledge when the anthrax bombs are popping all around you?
    • The Occult Wars
        • Trevor Bruttenholm tells Myers that Hitler died in the fifties during the Occult Wars, contrary to popular belief.
    • Operation 247
        • Military operation on the Inland that inadvertently kills Julia's son's guardian (Chapter 5: Water)
    • Operation Doppelgänger
        • Chang's plan to replace the dean in episode Course Listing Unavailable.
    • Operation Downfall
        • The largest mechanized invasion in history. Operation Downfall was the codename for the Allied plan for the invasion of Japan near the end of World War II. The planned operation was abandoned when Japan surrendered following the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the Soviet declaration of war.
    • Operation River Run
        • No description available
    • Operation Troy's Awesome Leadership Is Never In Doubt
        • Episode For a few paintballs more.
    • The Peace Accord Bombings of 2094
        • Historical event that the Community Directory voice mentions to Tiger, that devastated western Europe. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Perdition's Flames War
        • Military conflict from Todd's service record - Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan reference.
    • The Proxcinian War
        • Arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath mentions that the Proxcinian War is just heating up. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • The Revolution
        • In the Party histories, of course, Big Brother figured as the leader and guardian of the Revolution since its very earliest days.
    • The Robot Wars
        • Vermigurber's delivery driver ran off to fight in the robot wars. Rick tracks him down in the Midland Quasar. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • The Ruin
        • Following a calamity referred to as The Ruin, society has been reorganized.
    • Saudi Campaign
        • Military conflict from Todd's service record.
    • Setlik III Massacre
        • Miles educates Julian about the military history of the Border Wars, including the Setlik III Massacre, to make point about what the Cardassians do to their prisoners. (Season 1 episode Emissary)
    • Shanghai 2012
        • Military conflict from Todd's service record.
    • Shoulder Of Orion
        • Military conflict from Todd's service record - Blade Runner reference.
    • The Siege Of Mandalore
        • Battle that Captain Rex mentions when Ezra tells him that Ahsoka Tano sent them (Season 2 episode The Lost Commanders)
    • Street Vendor
        • Street Vendor: Hey, yo, my man, my man. All HD. Got it right here. Blu-ray, too, 'cause I'm nice like that. Tony Stark, the big blonde dude with the hammer, the old dude with the shield, the green monster, and I don't mean Fenway. You can't get better raw footage of the incident anywhere else than right here. (Season 1 episode Moment of Truth)
    • The Temporal Wars
        • Book tells Michael Burnham that time travel technology was outlawed after the temporal wars. (Season 3 episode That Hope Is You, Part 1) Mentioned by Kovich when discussing Georgiou's condition. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • The Battle of Newholm
        • Following the Starfleet incursion, the Newholm council, also known as the Big Heads, the government of Newholm Colony, forces Claude out of the Gamma pavonis system in the Battle of Newholm. (Heaven's River)
    • The Earth-Minbari War
        • The show Babylon 5 starts ten years after the Earth-Minbari War, during the Third Age of Mankind. (Season 1 episode Midnight on the Firing Line)
    • The Titan War
        • The survivors spot graffiti in London: "We will win the Titan War". The Titans vs. The World.
    • Torin Prime Civil War
        • Plantary civil war, during which Dallas serves as pilot on the fast attack vessel UAS Leviathan, and Parker captured by J'har Rebels and imprisoned at Concentration Camp GR-161. (Nostromo Crew Profiles, The Alien Legacy DVD)
    • Total Global Conflict
        • The planetoid network of automatic factories was smoothly performing the task imposed on it five years before, in the early days of the Total Global Conflict.
    • The Unification War
        • A failed attempt by the outlying worlds to resist the Alliance's control.
    • War Of The Six Cities
        • Military conflict from Todd's service record.
        • Paris - and many other cities across the globe - are destroyed during the third world war.
        • Homer runs the family through a drill to see how fast they can gather in the fallout shelter in the event of World War III. (Season 7 episode The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular! - The Tracey Ullman Show clip)
        • The protagonist is informed that they are trying to prevent World War III - something worse than a nuclear holocaust.
    • World War Z
        • Zombie apocalypse also known as The Dark Years, The Walking Plague, Z War I and The Zombie War.
    • Zombie Wars
        • Following the crash of a military caravan, a zombie outbreak infects the city of Las Vegas.

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