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Music

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From Your Subculture Soundtrack, the music encyclopedia

Contents

Events of 1941

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Undated

Ongoing

Births

January - March

April - June

July - September

October - December

Deaths

January - March

April - June

July - September

October - December

Unknown Dates

External Links

20th Century

2000 - 1999 - 1998 - 1997 - 1996 - 1995 - 1994 - 1993 - 1992 - 1991
1990 - 1989 - 1988 - 1987 - 1986 - 1985 - 1984 - 1983 - 1982 - 1981
1980 - 1979 - 1978 - 1977 - 1976 - 1975 - 1974 - 1973 - 1972 - 1971
1970 - 1969 - 1968 - 1967 - 1966 - 1965 - 1964 - 1963 - 1962 - 1961
1960 - 1959 - 1958 - 1957 - 1956 - 1955 - 1954 - 1953 - 1952 - 1951
1950 - 1949 - 1948 - 1947 - 1946 - 1945 - 1944 - 1943 - 1942 - 1941
1940 - 1939 - 1938 - 1937 - 1936 - 1935 - 1934 - 1933 - 1932 - 1931
1930 - 1929 - 1928 - 1927 - 1926 - 1925 - 1924 - 1923 - 1922 - 1921
1920 - 1919 - 1918 - 1917 - 1916 - 1915 - 1914 - 1913 - 1912 - 1911
1910 - 1909 - 1908 - 1907 - 1906 - 1905 - 1904 - 1903 - 1902 - 1901

List of years



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Coronation Street

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Contents

Events

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

None yet.

1945

1946

1947

1948

None yet.

1949

1930s Calendar
1940s
1950s

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Dr Who

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Contents

Events

Doctor Who Universe

January

March

May

August

November

Real World

January

March

April

May

July

August

October

November

December

unknown date

1940 20th century
1940s
1942

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Memory-beta

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Timeline
Years: 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944

(Stardates unknown)

Decades: 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s
Centuries: 19th century - 20th century - 21st century

Events

References and Notes

  1. TNG episode: "The Enemy"
  2. DS9 episode: "Far Beyond the Stars"
  3. TOS novel: Crucible: McCoy: Provenance of Shadows

Connections


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DC Comics

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From DC Database

1939 - 194019411942 - 1943 ... 1951

Contents

Creators

The following creative talent are known to have been born in 1941:

Neal Adams

Titles

The following comic titles debuted with a 1941 cover date:

All-Flash Vol 1 · Bulletman Vol 1 · Captain Marvel Adventures Vol 1 · Doll Man Vol 1 · Green Lantern Vol 1 · Military Comics Vol 1 · Police Comics Vol 1 · Star-Spangled Comics Vol 1 · World's Finest Vol 1

The following Comic titles were last published with a 1941 cover date:

  • No comics were cancelled in 1941.

The following One Shots were published with a 1941 cover date:

  • No One Shots were published in 1941.

Characters

The following characters debuted with a 1941 cover date:

Arthur Curry (Earth-Two) · Bartholomew Hawk (Earth-X) · Big Red (New Earth) · Charles Dickles (New Earth) · Charles McNider (New Earth) · Donald Borden (Earth-Two) · Frederick Devere (New Earth) · George Tweedle (New Earth) · Green Arrow (Oliver 'Ollie' Queen) · Gregory Sanders (New Earth) · Hector Aylmer (Earth-X) · Henry Ross (Earth-Two) · Hooty the Owl (New Earth) · James Coleman (Earth-Two) · Joan Dale (Earth-X) · Joan Dale (New Earth) · John Sargent (New Earth) · Jonathan Chambers (New Earth) · Jonathan Law (New Earth) · Justin Arthur (New Earth) · Mist I (New Earth) · Mister Norris (New Earth) · Mister Who (Earth-Two) · Myra Mason (New Earth) · Oliver Queen (Earth-Two) · Orin (New Earth) · Oswald Cobblepot (New Earth) · Patrick Dugan (New Earth) · Patrick O'Brian (New Earth) · Paul Kirk I (Earth-Two) · Pratt Palmer (Earth-Two) · Professor Radium (New Earth) · Ramon Solomano (New Earth) · Richard Dare (New Earth) · Rod Reilly (New Earth) · Roy Harper (New Earth) · Roy Lincoln (Earth-Two) · Roy Lincoln (New Earth) · Sandra Knight (New Earth) · Sara Descarl (New Earth) · Slugger Dunn (New Earth) · Steven Morton (Earth-X) · Sylvester Pemberton (New Earth) · Theodore Knight (New Earth) · Thistlewit (Earth-Two) · Tubby Watts (New Earth) · William Gunn (New Earth) · Woodley Allen (New Earth)

Teams

The following teams debuted with a 1941 cover date:

Blackhawk Squadron · Cyclone Kids · Three Devils

The following is a chronological list of events that occur in the year 1941. Many events are common to Earth-One, Earth-Two and New Earth continuity. Events that are exclusive to either Earth-One or Earth-Two will be listed separately.

Chronology Uncertain

Event Source Date

Canon Continuity

April

Event Source Date
Mexican bandit José Salvez kidnaps Joan Williams and takes her to Mexico. The Flash races across the border to rescue her. Flash Comics #16 4.41
Green Lantern investigates incidents of sabotage at a steel mill. The saboteur kidnaps Irene Miller, and Green Lantern has to rescue her, while also exposing the criminal's affairs. All-American Comics #25 4.41
Johnny Thunder gets a job working for millionaire, Manny Bucks. One of Manny's stooges, Oscar Ovaseer tries to get Johnny fired, but Johnny exposes Oscar's illegal activities. Flash Comics #16 4.41
Johnny Thunder saves Daisy Darling from a fake fortune teller named Mogli the Magnificent. All-Star Comics #4 4.41
A corrupt police officer named Corrigan (not to be confused with Jim Corrigan), frames the King for the murder of Silas Hackett. The King disguises himself as Hackett's ghost in order to expose Corrigan's involvement. Flash Comics #16 4.41

December

Event Source Date
World War II: December 6th: Per Degaton travels backwards in time from the year 1947 with several super-villains in a bid to take control of the world. His cronies succeed in capturing the most powerful members of the Justice Society of America. Justice League of America #193 8.81
World War II: December 7th: The Japanese Navy stages a surprise attack against the U.S. Naval base at Pearl Harbor. Naval officers Rod "Firebrand" Reilly and Slugger Dunn are killed during the attack. All-Star Squadron #1 9.81
In response to the sneak attack at Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt orders the Justice Society of America to lead a coalition of every masked mystery-man in the country under the banner of the All-Star Squadron. All-Star Squadron #1 9.81

Earth-Two

Event Source Date
April: Batman and Robin square off against three criminal acrobats who call themselves the Three Devils. The Dynamic Duo fail to capture them after the first two robberies, but Robin tracks them to their hideout and they eventually apprehend them. Detective Comics #50 4.41
December 7th:: Batman, Robin and Superman are captured by the alchemist known as Professor Zodiak All-Star Squadron #1 9.81


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Ice Hockey

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An Ice Hockey Wiki article.

These events occured in 1941 in the world of hockey:

Contents

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December


Ice hockey timeline
Pre-1875 hockey history
Modern hockey history
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Lostpedia

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From Lostpedia

Contents
Indeterminate time in past
1800s
1900s

1900-1940
1940s
1950s
1960s
1970s
1980s
1990s

2000s

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004

Miscellaneous trivia

Indeterminate time in past

"Official Lost Podcast/May 26, 2006" Unknown dates

"Dead Is Dead" Unknown dates

"This Place Is Death" and "LaFleur" Unknown dates

1800s

1845

"The Constant" 22 March

After 22 March 1845

"The Incident, Parts 1 & 2" Unknown date

  • Jacob talks with a man while the Black Rock sits offshore. After expressing his concern over the arrival of the Black Rock, the man promises Jacob that one day, he will find a way to kill him.

1852

"The Constant" Unknown date

1882

The Lost Experience Unknown date

  • Magnus Hanso's New World Sea Traders is bought out by the East Ocean Trade Group.

1894

The Lost Experience Unknown date

1900s

1900–1940

1900

The Lost Experience 21 September

Late 1920s

The Lost Experience Unknown date

"Cabin Fever" Unknown date

[source needed] Unknown date

1933

"Numbers" Unknown date

1936

"Flashes Before Your Eyes" Unknown date

1937

"The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham" Unknown date

"Jughead" Unknown date

1938

The Lost Experience: Unknown date

1940s

"The Long Con", "Lost: A Journey In Time" Unknown date

  • "Moonlight Serenade" (written in 1939) is broadcast on the WXR station sometime in the 1940s, the signal of which is picked up on Hurley's radio in 2004.

1939-1945

The Lost Experience

  • During World War II, Alvar Hanso makes his mark providing munitions to various resistance movements around Europe.

1940

"Deus Ex Machina" 15 October

1941

The Lost Experience December

  • Nils Christer Benson joins the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II and is shipped overseas.

1943

"Man of Science, Man of Faith"

1944

The Lost Experience 6 June

Between 1945 and 1954

"Everybody Hates Hugo" "The Whole Truth" November 20

[source needed] Unknown Date

1947/48

"S.O.S." Unknown date

1949

"S.O.S." Unknown date

1950s

1951

"Numbers" Unknown date

  • Hurley's Grandpa Tito begins working three jobs.

1954

"Jughead" Between September and December

  • In September 1954, soldiers of the United States Army arrive on the Island and prepare Jughead, a hydrogen bomb, ostensibly for a nuclear test detonation.
  • Within the next month or two, a group of Others led by Richard Alpert attack and kill the soldiers, assuming control of their camp.
  • One month later, the fourth time flash occurs.

Between 1954 and 1964

"House of the Rising Sun" Unknown date(s)

1956

"Cabin Fever"
Wednesday, May 30

  • Emily Locke argues with her mother about seeing her lover. She angrily runs out of the house and into the street, where she is struck by a car. Emily's accident results in the premature birth of her baby boy almost six months into the pregnancy.

"Cabin Fever"
At least a few weeks past 30 May

  • Against the odds, John is now a healthy baby and ready to be taken out of intensive care. However, Emily panics and runs from her responsibility to John. Mrs. Locke requests adoption information for John from the nurse, and both of them notice a suited Richard Alpert outside baby John Locke's hospital room.

1957

"The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham"
Sunday, June 30

1960s

1961/62

"Cabin Fever"

  • John Locke, age 5, is visited by Richard Alpert at Locke's foster home. Claiming to be from a school for special kids, Richard goes on test John to see whether he is meant to lead his people. When Locke does not pass the test, Richard tells him that he is "not ready" and leaves angrily.

1962

The Lost Experience

  • The Apollo Candy Company is founded in San Francisco by M. David Benson, with candy first sold at J. Pickersweet's Five & Dime.
  • October 16: The Cuban Missile Crisis begins, bringing the world to the brink of nuclear war.
  • Late 1962: The United Nations begins investigating a mathematical formula predicting the end of the world by mankind's hand (the Valenzetti Equation).

1964

The Lost Experience

  • M. David Benson perfects the recipe for his affordable, yet exceptionally delicious Apollo Bars, and begins distributing them citywide.

1964/1965

Omer Jarrah is born to Hassan Jarrah.

1965

"The Man Behind the Curtain"
Sunday, December 19

  • Emily Linus goes into labor prematurely (being only seven months pregnant) while hiking 32 miles outside of Portland, Oregon with her husband, Roger Linus. Horace and Olivia Goodspeed come upon the Linuses on the side of the road with intention to help. Emily dies after having given birth to Benjamin Linus.

1967

"One of Them" Unknown date

The Lost Experience

1968

"One of Them" August 23

  • The date of birth on Eko's fake passport.

"Every Man for Himself", "The Incident, Parts 1 & 2" December

The Lost Experience

  • The fledgling Apollo Candy Company secures distribution outlets nationwide.

1969

"He's Our You" August 15, 23:00

"Enter 77" November 12

1970s

"Man of Science, Man of Faith" Unknown date

The Lost Experience Unknown date

  • The Apollo Candy Company falls into dire straits.
  • Due to the considerable financial intervention of Alvar Hanso, the company is saved from bankruptcy. The Apollo Candy Company then exists as a private purveyor of chocolates for Alvar Hanso and his many companies.

"White Rabbit" Unknown date

1970

"Orientation" Unknown date

1971

"Namaste" Unknown dates Radzinsky begins working on the Swan project. Find 815 20 May

"Official Lost Podcast/March 19, 2009" 2 July (possibly)

1972

"Namaste" Unknown dates

  • First known team of DHARMA Recruits arrive on the island, according to Christian Shephard and the photos of the recruits.

"The Man Behind the Curtain" Unknown dates

1973

"Cabin Fever"
Spring (March–May)

Dharma Intiative Orientation Kit Wednesday, August 15

  • The DHARMA Initiative and the Others sign a Truce.

"The Man Behind the Curtain"
Wednesday, December 19

  • Annie gives Ben the two wooden figurines for his birthday. Annie takes the boy figurine (which represents Ben) while Ben keeps the girl figurine (Annie).
  • Ben sees his mother Emily in the jungle on the other side of the sonar fence.

"The Man Behind the Curtain", "He's Our You"
Thursday, December 20

1974

"LaFleur" Unknown date

"D.O.C." 27 November

1975

[source needed] Unknown date

The Lost Experience Unknown date

Late 1970s

"Orientation" Unknown date

  • Something happens to Helen that leads to her being angry for the next 20 years, until she meets John Locke.

1976

"Confidence Man" Unknown dates

  • Under the alias "Tom Sawyer," Anthony Cooper cons James Ford's parents out of their money.
  • Eight-year-old James witnesses his father kill both his mother and himself.

"The Incident, Parts 1 & 2" Unknown dates

Drive Shaft website (Canonicity Unknown} 8 December
(This website SECOND TOUR OF FINLAND appears as a "clue" in Lost: The Official Magazine Volume 1, Issue 9 "Revelations" pg 44.)

  • Charlie Pace is born to Megan Pace and Simon Pace.
    • NOTE: A "French Rolling Stone" article, appearing on same site and dated 5 June 2002 [1], refers to Charlie as being "26," which would make his birthyear "1975."

1976/1977

"He's Our You" Unknown date

  • An eight-year-old Sayid kills a chicken when his twelve-year-old brother, Omer, could not.

1977

"What Kate Did" February/March

  • Sam Austen returns from his military assignment in Korea, where he finds his wife, Diane, already pregnant from her affair with Wayne Janssen.

"Some Like It Hoth" April

25 May

"What Kate Did" May/June

"The Incident, Parts 1 & 2" Unknown date

"316" "LaFleur" "Namaste" July, Day 1

(For more details: Post-return.)
"Secrets from the Hatch" "Namaste" "Some Like It Hoth" July

"Because You Left", "The Variable" July, Day 4

"Orientation", "The Incident, Parts 1 & 2" July, Day 4

Late 1977 or early 1978

"The Incident, Parts 1 & 2" Unknown date

1978

Dharma Initiative Recruiting Project 17 July

1979

"Confirmed Dead" 2 July

  • Ben erroneously claims this as the date Charlotte Lewis is born in Essex, England.

1980s

1980

"Orientation" Unknown date

"?" Unknown date

"Ji Yeon" 20 March

1981

[source needed] Unknown date

"Numbers" 27 October

"Lockdown" 7 December

  • The H.G. (Hanso Group) Delegation inspection takes place.

1981/82

The Lost Experience Unknown date

1982

1983

"Tricia Tanaka Is Dead"
Wednesday, February 23

"Raised by Another"
October

1984

"Lockdown"
Sunday, October 28

  • Date for which the blast door map read: "Suspected shutdown date."

"Fire + Water"
Tuesday, December 25

1985

"Lockdown"
Unknown date

"Some Like It Hoth"
Saturday, March 16

Mid/Late 1980s

"The Glass Ballerina" Unknown date

"Enter 77" Unknown date

  • Mikhail Bakunin enlists in Soviet Army and "does unpleasant things" in Afghanistan.

"The Variable" Unknown date

  • Young Daniel Faraday plays the piano, but his mother discourages him from spending his time on anything besides math and science.

1987

The Lost Experience Unknown date

"The Incident, Parts 1 & 2" Unknown date

1987/88

"Deus Ex Machina" Unknown date

  • Theresa, Boone's nanny, takes a "bad step", and broke her neck.

1988

"Numbers" Unknown date

"Confidence Man" Unknown date

  • James Ford adopts the nickname "Sawyer" and cons a woman and her husband for $6,000.

"Catch-22" Unknown date

"Solitary" Tuesday, November 15

"The Little Prince" Friday, November 18

"This Place Is Death" Friday, November 18

  • Nadine is killed and Montand has his arm ripped off by the Monster, which drags him down a hole through a crack in an ancient temple.

1989

"This Place Is Death"
Tuesday, January 3 - Tuesday, January 17

  • Jin experiences the eighth time flash and jumps forward in time by several weeks. After presumably shooting the rest of her team suffering from a "sickness", Danielle kills Robert and then attempts to kill Jin.

"Solitary"
Tuesday, January 3 - Tuesday, January 17

  • With the rest of her team dead, Danielle goes to the radio tower and replaces the Numbers broadcast (that she heard at sea during the science expedition) with a distress signal.
  • Danielle claims to have been trapped at a location near the Black Rock by a "he/it" who had "killed them all." She also claims Brennan was outside and he took "the keys".

Friday, January 6 - Friday, January 20

"Dead Is Dead"
Friday, January 13 - Friday, January 27

"There's No Place Like Home, Part 1"
Unknown date

  • A case containing crackers, binoculars and a mirror is hidden under some rocks on the Island.

"Catch-22"
Saturday, May 20

  • The 1989 Scottish Cup Final is played between Celtic and Rangers at Hampden Park. Celtic wins the match 1-0.

"Further Instructions"
May/June

"Born to Run"
Tuesday, August 15

1990s

1990–1991

Thursday, August 2 - Thursday, February 28
"Solitary"

  • First Persian Gulf War. Sayid serves in the Republican Guard during the war, while Sam Austen serves in the U.S. Army during this time.

"The Greater Good"

  • Zahra, the wife of Essam Tasir, Sayid's college roommate, is killed by a bomb dropped by coalition forces during the war.

"One of Them"

  • Kelvin Joe Inman, CIA, serves as Interrogator/Torturer a.k.a. "Intelligence Gatherer" for the U.S. military.

1991

"One of Them"
Wednesday, February 27

Thursday, February 28

"Further Instructions"
May/June

"Enter 77"
Wednesday, December 25

  • The Cold War ends, along with the Soviet Union. Mikhail Bakunin is released from the Soviet Army after his unit is decommissioned.

1992

"Hearts and Minds"
May

"Deus Ex Machina"
Monday, October 5

"The Man Behind the Curtain" "Cabin Fever"
Saturday, December 19

1993

"Dead Is Dead" Unknown date, shortly after the Purge

"Enter 77" Unknown date

"Further Instructions" Unknown date

1993/1994

"Tricia Tanaka Is Dead" Unknown date

1994

"Enter 77"
Unknown date

"Catch-22"
Unknown date

"The Variable"
Spring

"Jughead", "The Variable"
Spring

"Further Instructions"
Sunday, June 12

  • Eddie joins the Humboldt Co., CA, Sheriff's Department's Patrol Division.

"House of the Rising Sun"
Wednesday, August 24

1995

"Further Instructions"
Unknown date

  • After receiving high marks and many honors, Eddie moves from Patrol Division to Deputy Sheriff.

"Solitary"
Unknown date

"Deus Ex Machina"
Friday, May 12

"Adrift"
June

  • Susan leaves her attorney position at a legal clinic for the poor and accepts a high-paying job with Brian Porter's international law firm. She takes Walt to Amsterdam, marking the last time Michael sees his son before their custody fight. ("Adrift")

Thursday, November 30

  • The Persian Gulf War officially ends.

1996

"Further Instructions"
Unknown date

  • Locke joins a farming commune in Northern California and picks up Eddie, a hitchhiker. After six weeks, commune leaders Mike and Jan find out that Eddie is a cop who's there to bust them for growing marijuana. Locke promises to take care of the problem by killing Eddie but proves unable to pull the trigger.

"Special"
May

mid-August

  • While in NYC hospital, Michael Dawson is told by Susan Lloyd that she is going to pay Michael's medical bills, that she is marrying Brian Porter and that he wants to adopt Walt, and they are moving to Italy at the end of the month.

"Adrift"
Autumn (September-November)

  • Michael initially files an injunction against Susan but eventually relents and says goodbye to Walt after presenting Walt with a stuffed Polar bear.

"Greatest Hits"
Unknown date

  • While Charlie is busking on a London street, it begins to rain. He packs up his guitar and begins to hear a woman, Noor, call for help. Charlie is able to scare off the mugger who is attacking her. She tells Charlie three other people walked by and refused to help her and calls Charlie a "hero."

"Flashes Before Your Eyes" Official Lost Podcast transcript/February 20, 2007

  • Desmond asks Charles Widmore for his permission to marry his daughter Penny but is refused, meets Charlie busking on a London street, and finally breaks up with Penny.
    • Desmond later goes back into 1996, and considers changing his history, proposing to Penny. When he goes to buy a ring, Ms. Hawking reminds him he "has second thoughts and walks right out that door" then confronts him about his destiny. Ultimately, Desmond breaks up with Penny again and throws the ring in the Thames.

Find 815

"The Constant"

  • While in basic training, Desmond begins to experience shifts between this year and December 24, 2004, when his future self travels from the Island to the freighter Kahana. Under advice from Daniel Faraday, he goes to visit Faraday's past self at Queens College, Oxford University.
  • Charles Widmore wins the journal of the first mate of the Black Rock at a Southfield's auction, after which he gives Desmond Penelope Widmore's new address.
  • Desmond goes to Penny's new house, asking for her phone number so that he can call her eight years later, on Christmas Eve, 2004. The concurrence of his meeting with Penny and his call in 2004 seem to end the shifts.

1997

"Solitary" "The Shape of Things to Come" Unknown dates

  • Sayid, having helped Noor escape execution a couple of years earlier, finally leaves the Republican Guard and begins his eight-year search for her.

Late 1990s

"Lockdown" Unknown date

"Some Like It Hoth" Unknown date

1999

"Numbers"
Unknown date

"Live Together, Die Alone"
Sunday, April 4

"Par Avion", "There's No Place Like Home, Parts 2 & 3"

  • A seventeen-year-old Claire and her mother Carole Littleton are involved in a car crash which leaves Carole in a coma that roughly lasts 5 years.

2000s

"The Incident, Parts 1 & 2", "Pilot, Part 1" 2001 or earlier

  • Jack makes a mistake in his first solo operation on a 16-year old girl during residency and Christian tells him to count to five. After the operation, Jack unsuccessfully tries to get an Apollo Candy Bar from a vending machine and Jacob gets it for him.

2000

"Numbers"

  • Sam Toomey commits suicide by shotgun, about twelve years after hearing the Numbers in the listening station.

"Born to Run"

"Live Together, Die Alone"

  • Libby's husband, David, dies in 2000 or perhaps early 2001.

"The Man from Tallahassee"

  • Locke is living in Tustin, suffering from depression, and loses his government benefits after refusing to go to therapy. He is approached by Peter Talbot who informs him Locke's father intends to marry Peter's mother. Peter is killed. Locke demands that Cooper end his con. Cooper pushes Locke through the hotel window. Locke loses the use of his legs; Cooper flees to Mexico.

"The Incident, Parts 1 & 2"

  • Jacob, immediately after Locke's fall, touches him and tells him he is sorry this happened to him.
  • Sun and Jin are married and Jacob wishes them blessing on their marriage.

"Ji Yeon"

  • Two months later, Jin, on behalf of Mr. Paik, buys a panda for a newborn Chinese minister's grandson. ("Ji Yeon")

"D.O.C."

  • Shortly after Sun's wedding to Jin, Jin's mother threatens to reveal herself to be a prostitute unless Sun pays her a $100,000 extortion. Sun locates Mr. Kwon, Jin's father, whom she thought was dead, and then pays the extortion, but threatens Jin's mother and demands that she never speak to them again.

The Lost Experience June 14

September 11

2001

2002

  • Charlie dates Lucy Heatherton in order to steal from her rich father Francis Heatherton to pay for his drug addiction. Francis gives Charlie a job, which he accepts in an attempt to become respectable, but cannot complete even a single day of work due to heroin withdrawal. Lucy discovers this and the theft, telling Charlie he will never take care of anyone. ("Homecoming")
  • Kate has Tom Brennan help her see her dying mother in the hospital. They dig up the time capsule. He dies in a shootout as Kate avoids capture.("Born to Run")
  • After delivering her baby, Cassidy visits Sawyer in prison. ("Every Man for Himself")
  • MarchSabine dies. Juliet asks Ben to let her leave, but she agrees to stay on the premise that Jacob will cure Rachel's just-returned cancer. ("One of Us")
  • Kate attempts to assume a new life by relocating to Florida under the alias Monica, where she marries a police officer named Kevin Callis. Callis does not know her true identity. ("I Do")
  • August 15 Kate calls Marshal Mars and asks him to stop chasing her. ("I Do")
  • Months after marrying him, Kate drugs Kevin Callis and leaves him, after tearfully revealing some of the truth about her history. ("I Do")
  • Libby is spotted as a patient in Santa Rosa Mental Health Institute ("Dave")

2003

Between 2003–2004

  • Jack unsuccessfully operates on Angelo Busoni and is left by Sarah. ("The Hunting Party") After his divorce, he goes to Thailand. There he meets Achara, who gives him a tattoo. ("Stranger in a Strange Land")
  • Jack suspects his father is having an affair with Sarah, his ex-wife. He follows Christian to an AA meeting, attacks Christian, is arrested (and bailed out by Sarah). Christian, who was over 50 days sober, goes back to heavy drinking. ("A Tale of Two Cities")

2004

"Tabula Rasa"

  • Canned pears in Ray Mullen's pantry, where Kate hid her wages, are dated 2003 and 2004.

"Live Together, Die Alone" Unknown Date

  • Kelvin begins repairing boat, leaving Desmond alone in the Hatch.

"Exposé" Unknown Date

"S.O.S." Winter

  • Rose and Bernard meet in the Bronx and they begin to date.

"Raised by Another" February

  • Claire learns that she is pregnant.
  • Two days later, Claire visits a psychic (Richard Malkin) with her friend Rachel. He becomes upset, and does not give her a reading after seeing something "blurry."

"S.O.S." Spring

  • Five months after meeting, Bernard proposes to Rose to the backdrop of the Niagara Falls. She admits her illness to him.

"Raised by Another" April

  • Thomas decides to leave Claire after deciding that becoming a young father is a bad idea. Claire insists that Malkin give her another reading and he reveals that she shouldn't give away the baby or the baby will be in danger.

"?" 16 April

"Tabula Rasa" June

  • Likely date that Kate arrived at Ray Mullen's farm. Ray says she worked for him for almost three months before she was apprehended.

"S.O.S." June

"All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues" July

  • Jack sees his father, Christian Shephard operate on a patient under the influence, and releases the information. His father loses his job.

"One of Them" July

"The Greater Good" August

  • Sayid is apprehended by the CIA to make a deal: put his friend Essam in custody to get the location of Nadia.

September 2004

Early September

Mid September

  • Locke cannot participate in the Walkabout he was eager to join. ("Walkabout")
  • Shannon tries to con Boone but gets conned herself. ("Hearts and Minds")
  • Jack's mother asks him to go to Sydney in order to bring his father home. ("White Rabbit")
  • Hurley travels to Australia to confront Sam Toomey on the truth about the Numbers, only to learn he committed suicide after a long streak of bad luck following his listening the Numbers.
  • Bernard takes Rose to Australia, allegedly to cellebrate their Honeymoon, but is in fact a plan to get Rose checked by a renowned faith-healer. However, the healer is uncapable of doing anything for Rose.
  • Christian tries to see Claire again but is stopped by Lindsay and Ana Lucia.

September 13

September 15 or 16

September 16

September 19

September 20

September 21

  • Kate leaves with Ray Mullen, thinking she is going to the train station but she is actually being set up to be arrested by Edward Mars. ("Tabula Rasa")
  • Richard Malkin gives Claire a ticket for Oceanic Flight 815 after she decides not to let her baby be adopted. ("Raised by Another")
  • Just as Essam prepares to follow through with his suicide bombing, where he would be subsequently apprehended by the CIA, Sayid confesses that he is setting him up. Overcome with despair, Essam holds a gun to Sayid's head, but then shoots himself instead. Sayid then changes flights for the next day to buy time to bury his friend. ("The Greater Good")
  • Charlie visits his brother Liam, only to discover that unlike him, Liam has a family now.("The Moth")
  • Juliet receives Ben's x-rays and discovers he has a tumor on his back. She confronts Ben about Jacob curing her sister of cancer. ("One of Us")
  • Shannon and Boone sleep together. ("Hearts and Minds")
  • Charlie meets Lily at a bar. She claims to be a Drive Shaft fan and they spend the night together. Sometime during the night, they use a good amount of his heroin stash. ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • Jack goes to find his father at the hotel. He ends up finding him in the morgue. ("White Rabbit")

September 22

  • Waking up in his hotel room at 5:23 in the morning, Walt wants to watch his favorite show on TV. Because of this, he and Michael have a lengthy argument. ("Exodus, Part 1")
  • As Charlie prepares to leave for his flight, he gets in a fight with Lily over the last of the heroin. ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • Sawyer is released from the Sydney police cell and deported. ("Exodus, Part 1")
  • After discovering that he had slept in, Hurley makes a mad dash for the airport. ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • At Sydney Airport, Jack argues with Chrissy, an Oceanic Airlines ticket agent, about allowing him to bring the coffin containing his dead father's body with him on the plane. ("White Rabbit")
  • Jin is waiting in line at the Oceanic ticket counter when Jack is arguing with Chrissy. Unbeknownst to him, Sun intends to slip out of the airport and disappear from his life, but decides against it at the last moment. ("House of the Rising Sun")
  • Ana Lucia is waiting in line behind Jack. When she hears Jack arguing with Chrissy, she decides to call her mother. ("Two for the Road")
  • While in the airport, Charlotte Malkin finds Mr. Eko and delivers a message to him from Yemi that was given to her while she was "between places". Greatly disturbed and offended by Charlotte's words, Eko nearly loses it until Libby intervenes. ("?")
  • Jack and Ana Lucia have an encounter at the airport bar. ("Exodus, Part 1")
  • Kate gets checked in and tries to fight Edward Mars for the miniture airplane.
  • Boone fails to get him and Shannon seats in first class. When Shannon learns about this, she reports Sayid, who had asked her to watch his bag, to airport security. ("Exodus, Part 1")
  • Michael makes a phone call to his mom. Because of this, he misses John Locke who is passing by in his wheelchair behind him. ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • Rose has a brief encounter with John Locke at the airport, noting his use of the wheelchair. ("S.O.S.")
  • Nikki and Paulo toast the success of their crime at the airport restaurant and are interrupted by Boone and Shannon arguing. They promise each other to never end up like them. ("Exposé")
  • Jin and Sun have a meal at the airport restaurant when Sun accidentally spills coffee on her husband's shirt. ("Exodus, Part 1")
  • On his way to the bathroom, Jin walks past Sayid who is escorted by airport security after they have verified that he is not a terrorist. In the airport bathroom, Jin encounters a man who is working for Jin's father-in-law, Mr. Paik, and who threatens Jin that he should not try to run away with his wife. ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • Hurley rushes through the airport, overcoming various obstacles on his way, such as having to purchase a second ticket due to his size. At the luggage check point, he encounters Leslie Arzt. ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • John Locke is one of the first passengers to board Oceanic Flight 815. Because the special wheelchair used to carry handicapped passengers on board is missing, JD and Michelle have to carry him on board. ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • All the passengers board Oceanic Flight 815. Hurley is the last one to make it. ("Exodus, Part 2")
  • 04:15 GMT (14:15 Sydney time) - Oceanic Flight 815 departs from Sydney.--("Exodus, Part 2")
  • 10:00 GMT - the flight loses radio contact six hours after takeoff and turns south to circle back towards Fiji. ("Pilot, Part 1")
  • In the barracks, Juliet almost shows Ben's X-Rays to Amelia until someone arrives at her home for a book club meeting. (mx12)
  • After leaving the Swan, Desmond secretly follows Kelvin all the way to the cove. He finds his boat docked there, still in one piece. A fight ensues between the two men and Desmond accidentally kills Kelvin. Desmond rips the fail-safe key off of Kelvin's neck and rushes back to the Swan but before he can make it back, the timer reaches zero, resulting in a brief system failure. (2x24)
  • 12:00 GMT (00:00 Fiji time) - Eight hours after takeoff, Flight 815 nears the Island and encounters turbulence induced from the electromagnetic energy underneath the Swan overflowing due to the system failure. This eventually causes the plane to break up over the Island in mid-day. (1x23)

For the details following the crash, see Timeline:September 2004.

Miscellaneous trivia

These include independent research on dates of props, songs, books, etc referenced on the show (rather than dates or timeline given specifically). They can sometimes be used as time reference points, but they are occasionally inconsistent with show canon and contribute to continuity errors.

  • The first U-matic was manufactured in 1969.
  • "Make Your Own Kind of Music" was released in 1971.
  • Apple II, the model of computer in the Swan Station, is released and subsequently used from 1977 through early 1980s.
  • The printer used with the Pearl computer was first marketed in 1985.
  • The ultrasound scanner in the examination room is first marketed in 1992.
  • Hurley bought a Hummer H2 with his lottery winnings. The H2 was first sold in 2002.
  • Locke's father in "Lockdown" is driving a silver 1991-1999 W140-series Mercedes-Benz S-Class
  • Oceanic Air luggage routing tag found in Rousseau's bunker: J/SHEPHARD 09SEPT21 / 4815162342, the tag format indicates 09 (9th month) SEPT 21 (21st day of the month).
  • Sawyer sells jewelery from a 1999-2004 Ford Mustang convertible and Gordy drives a 2000-2005 W220-series Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan in "The Long Con".
  • Dr. Je-Guy Kim also drives a 2000-2005 W220-series Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan in "The Whole Truth".
  • Finding Nemo, to which Shannon alludes, is released in France on September 13th, 2003.
  • Oasis' "Wonderwall" is released on the album (What's The Story) Morning Glory? in 1995.
  • Ana Lucia states that they had been in the air two hours when the crash occurred, which does not match either Seth's or Cindy's version of events nor the timeline of the log printout.

This article uses material from the "Timeline:Pre-crash" article on the Lostpedia wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to Category:1941 article)

From Marvel Database

1939 - 194019411942 - 1943 ... 1951

All Comics for 1941 Without Month Designations

Subcategories

This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total.

1

1 cont.

1 cont.

Pages in category "1941"

The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total.

A

  • Comics:All Winners Vol 1 1
  • Comics:All Winners Vol 1 2
  • Comics:All Winners Vol 1 3

H

  • Comics:Human Torch Comics Vol 1 3

Y

  • Comics:Young Allies Vol 1 1

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944
1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s
distant past - 20th century - 21st century

Contents

Events

December

Births

Deaths

Vessel Assignments


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010
(Redirected to 1940s article)

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

A list of events in 1940s related to Star Wars.

Contents

Events

Births

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949


Decades
1910s - 1920s - 1930s - 1940s - 1950s - 1960s - 1970s

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