Slaughterhouse-Five, also titled The Children's Crusade: A Duty-Dance With Death, is a novel by Kurt Vonnegut, published in 1969, and is generally considered one of Vonnegut's more popular works. Historians consider Slaughterhouse-Five a classic, and its publication made historians and the common people aware of the {w|bombing of Dresden in World War II}}. It combined science fiction, time travel, the bombing of Dresden (and its aftermath), and an uncommon perspective on the analysis of the human condition.

In 2372, Cantabrian counselor Daniel Radke was reading Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five before his Special Operations mission. This is from a scene cut from "Catalyst, Part One" which the author still considers canon. He also recommended Slaughterhouse Five to Noah Wrightson to read. (Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "Isolation")

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