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World of Strangers

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World of Strangers
In-Universe Date: 1942
Published In: Star Trek Enterprise Logs
Found on Page: 39
Publish Date: June 1, 2000
Published By: Pocket Books
ISBN: 0671035797
Pages: 16
Writer (s): Diane Carey
Users Read: 22 Users Rated: 20
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The Beginning
The Veil at Valcour
World of Strangers
A Girl for Every Star
The Beginning
The Veil at Valcour
A Girl for Every Star...
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During the Battle of Santa Cruz the captain of the USS Enterprise discusses the internment of American-Japanese citizens.
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Character Appearances
Main Characters
  Luke Suzuki First Appearance
  This is Luke Suzuki's only appearance.
  Captain Osborne Hardison First Appearance
  This is Osborne Hardison's only appearance.
Supporting Characters
  Lieutenant Roy Kines First Appearance
  This is Roy Kines's only appearance.
Other Characters
  Crocker First Appearance
  This is Crocker's only appearance.
  Jack Griffin First Appearance
  This is Jack Griffin's only appearance.
  Ensign Whaley First Appearance
  This is Whaley's only appearance.
USS Enterprise
This is USS Enterprise's only appearance.
Group Appearances
United States Navy
This is United States Navy's only appearance.
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  waden34 Says:    
  2017-02-05 20:05:06  
  Not sure what the point of this story was except war is bad and people are racist.
Unlike the first story, this wasn't interesting at all and had very little to do with the battle it was set in. And, it had nothing to do with Star Trek.

  evilaviator Says:    
  2017-04-09 07:53:23  
  @Waden34 It has to do with vessels named Enterprise. Not too difficult to figure out what it has to do with Star Trek. Read the complete Title of the book.  

  LarryE Says:    
  2018-05-22 17:30:08  
  Another interesting historical tale.  

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