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  • Quotes Category: War

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    A true soldier does not admit defeat before the battle.
    Category: War Author: Unknown
    After the war, aid.
    Category: War Source: Greek Proverb
    An army of a thousand is easy to find but ah how difficult to find a general.
    Category: War Source: Chinese Proverb
    Bury the hatchet beneath the root of the tree.
    Category: War Source: Native American
    Choose the hills wisely on which you must do battle.
    Category: War Author: Unknown
    Destroy your enemy by making him your friend.
    Category: War Author: Abraham Lincoln
    God grant me a good sword and no use for it.
    Category: War Source: Polish
    Happy nations have no history.
    Category: War Source: Belgian
    Loose lips sink ships.
    Category: War Source: American
    To live in peace, one must be blind, deaf and mute.
    Category: War Source: Turkish
    You can't have peace any longer than your neighbor pleases.
    Category: War Source: Dutch
    Easy to enroll a thousand soldiers. But, ah, one general!.

    Category: War Source: Chinese
    If there is a strong general, there will be no weak soldiers.
    Category: War Source: Chinese
    The best soldiers are not warlike.

    Category: War Source: Chinese
    Victory has hundred fathers and defeat is an orphan.

    Category: War Source: Chinese
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