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On a routine check of planet Ekos, theEnterpriseis fired upon by nuclear missiles. Upon investigation, Kirk finds the planet controlled by latter-day Nazis!

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Due to the subject matter, this episode has never been shown in Germany. Indeed, it was and still remains banned.
Skip Homeier (Melakon) played a Nazi youth in his first film, Tomorrow The World (1944). He returned to the series as the insane Dr. Sevrin in "The Way to Eden."

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Genre:  Classics, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Studio:  CBS Paramount International Television
CastLeonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, Valora Noland, Richard Evans
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review by . August 01, 2004
This episode could have been subtitled, "Nazis in Space." Unlike episode 43, "Bread and Circuses" and episode 54 "The Omega Glory" where the encounters with circumstances drawn from Earth's historical record was homegrown, the Nazi movement was imposed by a Federation official. John Gill is a historian who previously taught at Star Fleet Academy and is now a cultural observer on the planet Ekos. While on a routine mission to make contact with Gill, the Enterprise is attacked by chemical rockets …
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