„War will come again after this one. It will come again as long as it can be determined by people other than those who fight.“

—  Henri Barbusse, Context: War will come again after this one. It will come again as long as it can be determined by people other than those who fight. The same causes will produce the same effects, and the living will have to give up all hope.
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„For he who fights and runs away
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—  Jan Smuts military leader, politician and statesman from South Africa 1870 - 1950
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„It is the party’s steadfast determination to ensure that the people will never have to tighten their belt again.“

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