Young Dracula Bertrand

Timeline of historical events.

This page details events which characters have made reference to, fictional or otherwise, in the Young Dracula universe.


- It is said that the crown of power was forged at the 'dawn of time'[1], although the first vampires appeared around 3000 years ago (if Sethius is anything to go by) -

B.C. era

3rd century

  • 205 - The Battle of Tuthrall.[3]

8th century

  • 733 - The Battle of Disperia.[4]

12th century

  • 1142 - The Battle of Hunyadvár.[5]

14th century

15th century

16th century

17th Century

  • 1665–66 - The Great Plague of London.[11][12]

18th century

- Count Chandu lived in this century - Arta Dracula died and Count Dracula ascended to the throne before Malik's birth -

19th century

20th century

21st century

Continuity problems

  • If Magda Westenra was born roughly 250 years ago (c. 1762), then she would be around 50 years younger than Malik. The Count might have forgotten her real age. An earlier date would still tie in with Chandu and Count Dracula fighting over her.[25] However since Elizabeta lied about Count Dracula being Malik's father this date could be correct.
  • Adam Giles must have been born in 1996 if Sally Giles had a normal pregnancy of 40 weeks. This might move the entire storyline forward. The Draculas should have left Transylvania in 2008-9 (later than the original broadcast date of the first series). Series 3 should have been set in 2012, and series 5 in 2014.


  1. "The Chosen One" - dialogue (Count Dracula)
  2. "Hit Chicks" - dialogue (Count Dracula)
  3. "The Crown of Ludlaw Erant" - senate quiz question
  4. "The Crown of Ludlaw Erant" - senate quiz question
  5. "The Crown of Ludlaw Erant" - senate quiz question
  6. "Loyalty's For Breathers" - reference book date
  7. Lady Jane Grey (BBC)
  8. "Loyalty's For Breathers" - blood bottle name
  9. "The Crown of Ludlaw Erant" - senate quiz question
  10. "Carpathian Feast" - dialogue (Bertrand)
  11. Living with the plague (BBC)
  12. "Bodyswap" - poster at Stokely Museum
  13. "Whatever It Takes" - dialogue (Ingrid)
  14. "Faustian Slip" - dialogue (Count Dracula)
  15. French Revolution (Encyclopedia Britannica)
  16. "Bodyswap" - poster at Stokely Museum
  17. The Battle of Trafalgar (BBC)
  18. "Carpathian Feast" - dialogue (Vlad and Erin)
  19. "The Enemy Within" - dialogue (Count Dracula)
  20. The Battle of Waterloo (BBC)
  21. "Carpathian Feast" - dialogue (Vlad)
  22. "Carpathian Feast" - dialogue (Augustus)
  23. "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" - dialogue (Sally Giles)
  24. Whitby Goth Weekend (Wikipedia)
  25. "The Mummy" - dialogue (Count Dracula)
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