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Memory-beta

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The White House in an alternate timeline in which the Nazis had captured Washington, DC.

The White House was a mansion located in the Earth city of Washington, DC. The mansion was the traditional residence and primary office of the President of the United States.

In an alternate timeline brought about by the interference of the Na'Khul, the United States was invaded by Nazi Germany, and the city of Washington, DC was captured. The White House was heavily damaged during the invasion and was captured by the Nazis. The timeline was prevented from occurring when the Enterprise (NX-01) stopped the Na'Khul from interfering in human history. (ENT episode Storm Front, Part II).

Presumably, the White House was destroyed in 2053 with the onset of the Third World War when the rest of Washington was decimated by a nuclear strike, as indicated by the novelization of Star Trek: First Contact. The Federation equivalents of the White House are the Palais de la Concorde, the Federation President's primary workplace, and Château Thelian, the presidential residence.

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DC Comics

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From DC Database

Location Template Location Template
White House

Official Name
The White House
Aliases
President's Castle; President's Palace; Presidential Mansion; President's House

Location Details

Planet



Characteristics
Dimensions
55,000 ft² (5,100 m²) of floor space; Six stories

First appearance

Unknown

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History

The White House is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. Since the early 1800s, it has been the primary headquarters of the Presidents of the United States and their staff, as well as being the traditional residence of the First Family.

When the alien Hyperclan came to Earth, they made a public display of their presence by arriving in Washington and positioning their ship over top of the White House. [1]

DCAU

In an alternate universe, the Oval Office was the site of Superman's murder of President Lex Luthor.

Lost Boys

In Lost Boys continuity, President Abraham Lincoln used the White House as a base of operations for a secret initiative to rid Washington of vampires. This initiative existed well into the 20th century and involved the participation of nearly every Chief Executive since Lincoln. [2]

Y: The Last Man

In 2002, after the plague that wiped out nearly every mammal carrying a Y chromosome, congresswoman Jennifer Brown sequestered herself in the Oval Office of the White House and maintained security until the incumbent, Margaret Valentine, could take her position as the world's first female Chief Executive. [3]

Points of Interest

  • Rose Garden
  • Oval Office

Residents

See Also

Links and References

  1. JLA #1
  2. Lost Boys: Reign of Frogs #1
  3. Y: The Last Man #2

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Muppet

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From Muppet Wiki

June 26, 1995
Rizzo in front of the White House.

The White House is the official home and principal workplace of the President of the United States of America and is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, DC.

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Appearances

  • 1978: Big Bird appears in the East Room of the White House for a Children't Diplomatic Reception, where he sings with the United States Marine Band.[1][2]
  • April 1, 1994:, Rizzo appears outside the White House as part of an appearance on Larry King Live.
  • June 26, 1995: Big Bird and Alice Snuffleupagus appeared in an event in the White House sculpture garden alongside first lady Hillary Clinton as the White House stepped up its effort to save federal funding for public television.[3]
  • November 14, 2003: Joan Ganz Cooney was honored by the National Endowment for Humanities with a National Humanities Medal. The award was presented to Cooney by President George W.Bush in an Oval Office Ceremony.[6]

See also

Sources

  1. White House Historical Association
  2. Student Guide
  3. Hillary Clinton gives the Big Bird to those who want to cut public TV funding
  4. Brozan, Nadine "Chronicle" The New York Times, September 29, 1995. (Web. Accessed January 1, 2010)
  5. Ready to Learn event
  6. National Humanities Medal 2003
  7. Holiday 2004
  8. National Book Festival

External links

  • Official White House website
  • The White House Historical Association
  • The White House Museum
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Fallout

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White House


The White House... or what's left of it.
inside: Pennsylvania Avenue
map marker: White House
White House Plaza (Broken Steel)
quests: none

The White House in Washington, DC used to be the official residence of the President of the United States. The White House apparently sustained a direct hit when the bombs fell. After the Great War, all that is left in its place is a giant, highly radioactive crater.

Contents

Location

The way to the White House is to exit the Penn. Ave Northwest station in Pennsylvania Avenue, go up the stairs, and proceed straight until you reach the building to the north. You will see a manhole cover on the sidewalk at the southwest corner of the building leading to Utility, which connects to the White House.

Notes

  • This area is quite radioactive (6-7 rads/second), so taking Rad-X before going through the door out of the Utility tunnel is adviced this is the door to "Pennsylvania Avenue". There will be two Glowing Ones, so be ready. At the top of the stairs in the White House ruins is a Fat Man, three Mini Nukes, and two units of Rad Away.
  • The area is outdoors, so once you have the location and the loot, you can fast travel out to reduce your radiation exposure. (once you are in a non radiated area)
  • If you have a follower that doesn't have a default heavy weapon and you did not change their weapon (such as Charon or Clover), he/she may get to the Fat Man first and take it. It's a risk to leave it with your follower, as followers do not take into account the splash radius of the attack so they may stand near or shoot close to you, promptly killing you.
  • A copy of Pugilism Illustrated can be found in the utility tunnels. Turning to the right after entering the tunnels will reveal a small camp of sorts. The book is directly across from the entrance. Proceeding straight down the main tunnel will show that the original occupant of said camp had an unfortunate motorcycling accident.

Bugs

  • It is possible to escape the map boundaries by jumping on certain wrecked walls.

Appearances

White House appears only in Fallout 3.


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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

Location Template Location Template
The White House

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Official Name
The White House
Galaxy

Star System

Planet



Locale
White House

First appearance

Unknown

Contents

History

Alternate Universes

Mutant Extinction (Earth-94831)

On Earth-94831, the White House lawn served as the setting for the final battle between the Avengers and the United States' Sentinel Army. Sadly, the Avengers were mostly killed. President Kelly and Henry Gyrich were pleased with their progress, however, until their army was destroyed and they were killed by Hyperion, looking to take over the planet.

Old Man Logan (Earth-90210)

On Earth-90210, the White House is re-purposed to suit The Red Skull's needs after he takes office when the villains take over the country. He erects some statues, and adopts the nazi flag to be used everywhere. He also installed a 'Trophy Room' where he keeps memorabilia left behind from the dead heroes.

Notes

  • Address: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Trivia

  • No trivia.

See Also

Links and References

  • None.

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

The White House is a building in the Generation One continuity family.

The White House is the official residence of the President of the United States.

Fiction

Marvel UK comics

Note: Events from the UK-only comic stories are in italics.

Optimus Prime met the President at the White House to discuss the state of relations between the United States and the Autobots. Things kind of went down hill after the Insecticons attacked. Optimus believed that the President wouldn't believe that the Autobots weren't behind the attack, and decided not to return to the White House to resume negotiations. Bad news was, the President was willing to give the Autobot leader the benefit of the doubt. When Prime didn't return, the President felt that he was tricked and decided to pursue other options. Plague of the Insecticons!

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