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World of Darkness: 1946
- The 35th official meeting of the Camarilla's Inner Circle.
- The Children of Gaia in Russia begin attempting to prevent the Soviet government from developing atomic weapons.
- British Get of Fenris Ahroun Gordon Kent begins his quest to restore the good name of his tribe by hunting down any Get of Fenris that had been involved in the Third Reich.
- The infamous Samuel Haight is born this year to a Garou father and Kinfolk mother in Wyoming.
- Akrites Salonikas' My Travels North is published by Sipristi Press.
- Jermyn Talbot takes a position as instructor of Greek at the School of St. Anne-on-the-Hill, Oxford, England.
- A spirit of rebirth pervades the Traditions after years of war. Reconciliation Day is instituted. The Sons of Ether play a role in bringing the fractured Traditions back into harmony following World War II.
- The Traditions/Technocracy alliance used to defeat the Nephandi is dissolved and disavowed.
- Dr. Paulinus Mercer dies during a special performance at Victoria Station.
- The declaration of war is nullified by the Thai government and the US State Department, recognizing Thailand as a neutral party in the war.
- Aline Levesque is born.
- Doctor Mondial goes missing.
- Bugsy Siegel arrives in Las Vegas.
- Syria becomes an independent nation, with Damascus as its capital.
- A group of vampires take control of Ashcroft Penitentiary, including Warden Jeffrey Degenhardt II and Doctor Hadrian, beginning a 50-year reign of terror.
- June 13: In their last official joint action, the Traditions/Technocracy Wewelsberg Tribunal judges and executes Awakened war criminals, and gives the tainted Node at Dachau to the Consanguinity of Eternal Joy for stewardship.
- A riot in Hollister, California brings a motorcycle gang calling themselves "Pissed-Off Bastards of Bloomington" to national attention. The media attention gives them so many new members, they change their name to the Hell's Angels.
- Magadon Limited is founded by Bryant Vandegrift (freshly retired from the Army) in Trenton, New Jersey.
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