Following the destruction of the Xindi weapon, the Enterprise crew discovers that they have been sent back in time to 1944. However, history has been altered, leaving Nazi Germany in control of a large portion of the eastern United States.

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After destroying the Xindi weapon, Enterprise is on its way to Earth. Unable to make contact with Starfleet, Shuttlepod One is sent to the surface, only to be fired upon by P-51 Mustangs. Meanwhile captain Archer is captured by German soldiers under leadership of a red-eyed alien. Something's is definitely wrong here. Enterprise seems stuck in World War Two. It gets even stranger when Reed finds out this is not World War Two as we know it, he hears reports of battles in Virginia and Ohio. Then Enterprise is suddenly visited by two familiar beings. Crewman Daniels, the time traveler, has severely aged and is about to die. Suliban Silik tries to steal a shuttle. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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In the weapons demonstration film clip, an alien is shown blowing up a building with a rifle. This footage is from Star Trek: Voyager: The Killing Game: Part 1 (1998), another World War II themed "Star Trek" project in which J. Paul Boehmer played a Nazi. See more »

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Alicia Travers tries repeatedly to fire a Colt 1911 .45 pistol, after it's run out of ammo. It clicks repeatedly. This type of pistol doesn't do that. See more »

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Vosk: [to Tucker and Mayweather] Your colleague has managed to evade us. I assure you, whatever I want to know, you'll tell me. Gratefully.
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Edited from Star Trek: Voyager: The Killing Game: Part 1 (1998) See more »

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Archer's Theme [Enterprise - Music from the Original Television Soundtrack]
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World War II?!
13 April 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

At the end of the season three finale, the Xindi super-weapon is destroyed and somehow Archer and the Enterprise (separately) are somehow shot back to WWII!!! And, when Archer awakens, he's in a Nazi mobile hospital!!! And, the shuttle approaching San Francisco is set upon by P-51 fighters!! Huh?!?!? Obviously this is one strange episode and it's so weird that you HOPE that this isn't a shadow of things to come. Fortunately, this and the following episode are the only Nazi ones and the reason all this occurs is interesting....though quite silly. The bottom line is that if you love "Star Trek: Enterprise", don't show your friends these two episodes--they'll think you're nuts. And, for fans, it IS enjoyably strange and very watchable.


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