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* TeenDrama: Unintentional example, a large part of the book is basically about an almost Young Adult Fiction-like antagonistic dynamic between an experienced young soldier and his young commanding officer that feels almost like ''DeGrasse: Army Edition''.
* ZeeRust: The story is a bit outdated as Land Warrior (featured prominently in the story) was scrapped and Slovakia joined NATO shortly after the book came out.

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* TeenDrama: Unintentional example, a large part of the book is basically about an almost Young Adult Fiction-like antagonistic dynamic between an experienced young soldier and his young commanding officer that feels almost like ''DeGrasse: ''[=DeGrasse=]: Army Edition''.
* ZeeRust: The story story's premise is a bit outdated as Land Warrior (featured prominently in the story) was scrapped and Slovakia joined NATO shortly after the book came out.


* TeenDrama: Unintentional example, a large part of the book is basically about an almost Young Adult Fiction-like antagonistic dynamic between an experienced young soldier and his young commanding officer that feels almost like ''Twilight: Army Edition''.

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* TeenDrama: Unintentional example, a large part of the book is basically about an almost Young Adult Fiction-like antagonistic dynamic between an experienced young soldier and his young commanding officer that feels almost like ''Twilight: ''DeGrasse: Army Edition''.


* TeenDrama: Unintentional example, a large part of the book is basically about an almost Young Adult Fiction-like antagonistic dynamic between an experienced young soldier and his young commanding officer.

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* TeenDrama: Unintentional example, a large part of the book is basically about an almost Young Adult Fiction-like antagonistic dynamic between an experienced young soldier and his young commanding officer.officer that feels almost like ''Twilight: Army Edition''.


* CompleteMonster: The Slovak military. They shoot Hungarian children and NATO peacekeepers and have no qualms about flaunting an international treaty their government agreed to.

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* CompleteMonster: The Slovak military. They shoot Hungarian children and NATO peacekeepers and have no qualms about flaunting an international treaty their government agreed to.


2000 novel by Harold Coyle (of ''Literature/TeamYankee'' fame). Set in a near future Slovakia that has been taken over by a genocidal regime intent on exterminating the country's Hungarian minority. NATO peacekeepers from the U.S. are caught in the middle.

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2000 novel by Harold Coyle (of ''Literature/TeamYankee'' fame). Set in a near future Slovakia that has been taken over by a genocidal regime intent on exterminating the country's Hungarian minority. minority, NATO peacekeepers from the U.S. are caught in the middle.


* TeenDrama: Unintentional example, a large part of the book is basically about the dynamic between an experienced young soldier and his young commanding officer.

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* TeenDrama: Unintentional example, a large part of the book is basically about the an almost Young Adult Fiction-like antagonistic dynamic between an experienced young soldier and his young commanding officer.


* SerialNumbersFiledOff: As one Slovak reviewer noted, the Slovak military in this book is basically the Bosnian War-era Army of the Republika Srpska with the SerialNumbersFiledOff.


2001 novel by Harold Coyle (of ''Literature/TeamYankee'' fame). Set in a near future Slovakia that has been taken over by a genocidal regime intent on exterminating the country's Hungarian minority. NATO peacekeepers from the U.S. are caught in the middle.

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2001 2000 novel by Harold Coyle (of ''Literature/TeamYankee'' fame). Set in a near future Slovakia that has been taken over by a genocidal regime intent on exterminating the country's Hungarian minority. NATO peacekeepers from the U.S. are caught in the middle.


2001 novel by Harold Coyle (of ''TeamYankee'' fame). Set in a near future Slovakia that has been taken over by a genocidal regime intent on exterminating the country's Hungarian minority. NATO peacekeepers from the U.S. are caught in the middle.

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2001 novel by Harold Coyle (of ''TeamYankee'' ''Literature/TeamYankee'' fame). Set in a near future Slovakia that has been taken over by a genocidal regime intent on exterminating the country's Hungarian minority. NATO peacekeepers from the U.S. are caught in the middle.

Added DiffLines:

2001 novel by Harold Coyle (of ''TeamYankee'' fame). Set in a near future Slovakia that has been taken over by a genocidal regime intent on exterminating the country's Hungarian minority. NATO peacekeepers from the U.S. are caught in the middle.

!!''God's Children'' provides examples of:

*SerialNumbersFiledOff: As one Slovak reviewer noted, the Slovak military in this book is basically the Bosnian War-era Army of the Republika Srpska with the SerialNumbersFiledOff.
*TeenDrama: Unintentional example, a large part of the book is basically about the dynamic between an experienced young soldier and his young commanding officer.
*ZeeRust: The story is a bit outdated as Land Warrior (featured prominently in the story) was scrapped and Slovakia joined NATO shortly after the book came out.

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