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Read through the most famous quotes by topic #war

Unsure how to answer, I took another grape. Time was no problem for me, but I wasn't eager to hear the long life story of a dwarf. And besides, this was a dream. It could evaporate any moment.

Haruki Murakami

#dream #dwarf #viewpoint #dreams

I will be so glad for you to hear not the sounds of gunfire but the sounds of church bells, and of people working in peace.

Elizabeth Berg

#world-war- #dreams

Is war a sin?

Elizabeth Berg


But there are many men-and women-who do things in a time of war that they wouldn't dream of doing in peacetime, and all for the common good.

Jacqueline Winspear

#war #dreams

We all look back at some time or other and wonder why we didn't listen to our instincts. Why did we hestiate? Why did we lose our dreams?

Diane Griffith

#greek-island #heart-warming #humerous #travel #true-adventure

I really don’t want to see those angels die, but I know it will happen in more of the many dreams to come. Because the angels were fighting the most gruesome war of history—and war calls for death.

Hannah Nikka Bryan

#death #inspirational #sad #war #death

His idleness was his refuge, and in this he was like many others in [occupied] France in that period; laziness became political.

Iain Pears

#laziness #occupation #occupied-france #politics #war

He had volunteered early, rather than waiting to be conscripted, for he felt a duty and an obligation to serve, and believed that ... being willing to fight for his country and the liberty it represented, would make some small difference. ... His idealism was one of the casualties of the carnage [of Verdun].

Iain Pears

#war #wwi #dreams

In times of war or peace the US will gladly pay a man to fail should his heart be in it, a small shimmering proof of the American dream.

Jonathan Culver

#army #failure #soldiers #united-states #usa

She honestly wondered sometimes which fate was worse, death or standing behind a curtain and looking out at the street at all the things you felt you could no longer have.

Elizabeth Berg


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