Tardis

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1995 in

the DWU • production history • vital statistics • releases

Timeline for 1995
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On 5 April 1995, after spending most of the previous 24 years in a coma with only occasional moments of lucidity, former UNIT soldier Francis Cleary died in his mother Siobhan Cleary's arms at the age of 46. (PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy)

On 11 June, the Seventh Doctor, Roz Forrester and Chris Cwej visited Paris. (PROSE: The Death of Art)

On 20 December, the Seventh Doctor and Ace visited Westmouth. (COMIC: Memorial)

On 25 December, the Seventh Doctor and Melanie Bush visited England. (PROSE: 24 Crawford Street)

Unknown dates

The Great Intelligence's web (HOMEVID: Downtime)

The Great Intelligence attempted to take control of the Earth via New World University and their computer systems. Its attempt ultimately failed when the computer systems holding its intelligence failed and its vessel; the reanimated body of Edward Travers was shot by Kate Lethbridge-Stewart. (HOMEVID: Downtime)

Reuben Shaw, the father of Liz Shaw, died at the age of 76. (HOMEVID: Ghosts of Winterborne)

The film Nixon, starring Anthony Hopkins as Richard Nixon, was released. (PROSE: Tricky Dicky)

A Dalek time ship landed at the Earth Fair in Ghana. They departed before Tobias Vaughn could steal the ship for himself. (PROSE: Original Sin)

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