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"We Jews had more power than you Americans had during the War [World War I]." Leon V. DePoncins. IMG
"One day the great European War will come out of some damned foolish thing in the Balkans (1888)." Otto Von Bismarck. IMG
"We've been there on World Wars, it's time for World Party I." Vanna Bonta. IMG
"Viewed as drama, World War I is somewhat disappointing." D W Griffith. IMG
"Then down came the lid-the day was lost, for art, at Sarajevo. World-politics stepped in, and a war was started which has not ended yet: a "war to end war." But it merely ended art. It did not end war." Wyndham Lewis. IMG
"The financial interdependence of the world's banks is like the interlocking alliances that predated World War I." Dick Morris. IMG
"I can only see death and more death, till we are black and swollen with death." D H Lawrence. IMG
"Canada entered World War I as a colony and came out a nation..." Bruce Hutchison. IMG
"We experienced similiar fears in the 1880s, at the end of World War I and II. And we ran out in the 1970s." Daniel Yergin. IMG
"And of course there is so much of World War II that is documented that we never have seen" Oliver North. IMG
"My graduate study was interrupted, like that of many others, by World War II." Kenneth Arrow. IMG
"But then, if the war continues after that, I have no expectation of success." Isoroku Yamamoto. IMG
"The threat of a world war is no more." Mikhail Gorbachev. IMG
"World War II was a must win." Marv Levy. IMG
"We're still eating the leftovers of World War II." Vandana Shiva. IMG
"There will be no veterans of World War III." Walter F Mondale. IMG
"[Running for President is] physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually the most demanding single undertaking I can envisage unless it's World War III" Walter F Mondale. IMG
"The only way to win World War III is to prevent it." Dwight D Eisenhower. IMG
"Anyone contemplating world war is certifiably insane, no matter how calm they seem." Vanna Bonta. IMG
"I was in psychological warfare in World War II, so I know psychological warfare when I see it." Stefan Heym. IMG
"It would have been very much better for the world if Britain had remained neutral and the Germans had won a quick victory. We should not have had either the Nazis or the Communists if that had happened." Bertrand Russell. IMG
"Violence doesn't solve anything? World War I. World War II. Star Wars. Every Super Bowl. Who says violence doesn't solve anything?" Drew Carey. IMG
"As I have said many times before, I was among the first people to experience the German Occupation of France during the Second World War. I was 7-13 years old during the War and did not really internalise its significance." Paul Virilio. IMG
"For instance, the Persian Gulf War was a miniature world war. It took place in a small geographical area. In this sense it was a local war. But it was one that made use of all the power normally reserved for global war." Paul Virilio. IMG
"When he served in China during World War II, [Ho Chi Minh] learned about Mao Zedong's tactics of guerrilla war against the Japanese (and later against Chiang Kai-shek's forces), and he translated some of Mao's works into Vietnamese. But it is clear that his own ideas on how to counter the enemy ran along the same lines." William J. Duiker. IMG
"Before World War II in Canada, you were nobody until you went to England. Then, after that it was you're nobody until you went to the States." Jay Baruchel. IMG
"When you say that after World War I there was a pandemic that killed more people than the war itself, most will say: "Wait, are you kidding? I know World War I, but there was no World War 1.5, was there?" But people were traveling around after the war, and that meant the force of infection was much higher. And the problem is that the rate of travel back then was dramatically less than what we have nowadays." Bill Gates. IMG
"The explosion of the Web and digital media from 1995 to 2000 shook companies more profoundly in a shorter time than anything since the end of World War II." Kevin Maney. IMG
"Our Navy is now the smallest it's been since, believe or not, World War I. Don't worry. It's going to soon be the largest it's been." Donald Trump. IMG
"Declarations of war have never been a constitutional requirement for military action abroad. The United States has used force abroad more than 130 times, but has only declared war five times - the War of 1812, the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, and World Wars I and II." John Yoo. IMG
"The Victorians, they were like the Germans in World War II. They could not stop recording details about their lives and their age." Dan Simmons. IMG
"You can't prevent World War III. You don't have any juice. In fact, World War III will free you. ... Your time has come." Louis Farrakhan. IMG
"That's what I learned from World War II. Things are always more complicated than most people believe." Freeman Dyson. IMG
"NATO was formed post-World War II. We're a little bit more than a half-century old. Do we want NATO to go on for another half-century? I think that the answer is, sitting here today: I don't know. If I had to bet on it, I would say, yeah, we have to have these alliances going forward and see who's going to pay for them." Michael T. Flynn. IMG
"If the Britain and France had done what they were obliged to do under the treaty and sent troops to enforce the treaty when Hitler remilitarized the Rhineland, the German general staff would have turned Hitler out. And one would not have had a cause for war, and you wouldn't have had World War II." Graham T. Allison. IMG
"One hundred years after the entry of American forces into World War I, the transatlantic bond between the United States and Europe is as strong as ever and maybe, in many ways, even stronger." Donald Trump. IMG
"Dalai Lama was leading his country during the rigors of World War II, he was in Beijing for a year in 1954; he was up against Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai from the time that he was fifteen. So he's no newcomer or naive when it comes to politics." Pico Iyer. IMG
"I've read a lot of war writing, even World War I writing, the British war poetry of Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, Robert Graves's memoir "Goodbye to All That," and a civilian memoir "Testament of Youth" by Vera Brittain ." George Packer. IMG
"At the end of the century, humans will look back at our impact on the planet and World War II will be a footnote compared to us presiding over the largest loss of biodiversity since a meteor hit the planet sixty-five million years ago." Louie Psihoyos. IMG
"If someone is willing to reconsider the results of World War II, let us discuss this. But then we will have to discuss not only Kaliningrad, but also the eastern lands of Germany, the city of Lvov, a former part of Poland, and so on, and so forth. There are also Hungary and Romania on the list." Vladimir Putin. IMG
"I can only tell you this and I used to speak about it all the time, we have a Navy that hasn't been in this position since World War I." Donald Trump. IMG
"We have an Army that hasn't been in this position since World War II, in terms of levels and in terms of readiness and in terms of everything else. We are not capable like we have to be." Donald Trump. IMG
"In fact, the big steps forward for advertising, especially after World War I were when government just began employing the tools of advertising for its own purposes to get people to join the army and other things." Tim Wu. IMG
"Things have gotten openly more extreme in the last few years. I was lecturing in Hungary, whose prime minister, Victor Orban, is an example of this trend. All over Budapest, statues have been replaced, museum exhibits have been redone, to turn ethnic Hungarians, not Jews, into the prime victims of the Germans during World War II. Five years ago, who would have thought this possible?" Adam Hochschild. IMG
"For a whole historic period after World War II, US capitalism was the strongest in the world and could afford to concede rising living standards." Kshama Sawant. IMG
"We've seen the weakest economic recovery since World War II, and massive levels of inequality and debt." Kshama Sawant. IMG
"As long as colonialism was allowed to reign and fester in Africa, it was going to be a source of tension, if not war, as was evidenced by World War I itself, which, among other things, featured Germany on one side of the barricades and Britain, which had come earlier to the table of colonial plunder, on the other." Gerald Horne. IMG
"When the Defense Department was established after World War II, a law said that any defense secretary with military experience must have been out of the military at least seven years. General [James] Mattis doesn't meet that." Steve Inskeep. IMG
"It was right after Woodrow Wilson's first serious post-World War I repression, which deported thousands of people, effectively destroyed unions and independent press, and so on. Right after that, the anti-immigration law was passed that remained in place until the 1960s." Noam Chomsky. IMG
"Honestly, I really didn't want to take on World War II France, but when I came across the story of a nineteen-year-old Belgian woman who created an escape route out of Nazi-Occupied France, I was hooked." Megan Chance. IMG
"Donald Trump very clearly said America first. That is a traditional right wing, but also very isolationist. That takes us back to the era of the 1920s, when there were immigration restrictions, and also to the isolationism before World War II." Sam Tanenhaus. IMG
"For a while I got into the South Pacific theater of World War II. I read "American Caesar" by William Manchester, the biography of General MacArthur. Because of that I ended up reading "Tales of the South Pacific" by James Michener and then because of that reading his "Hawaii." That is what happens." Dave Barry. IMG
"In World War II, the government went to the private sector. The government asked the private sector for help in doing things that the government could not do. The private sector complied. That is what I am suggesting." Carly Fiorina. IMG
"It's true, we tend to write about the same thing over and over again because this is our trauma. If I had been in World War II, I might have been writing about D-Day over and over again." Anne Roiphe. IMG
"I was in charge of price controls in World War II and had a ceiling on overall prices. Everybody who was subject to general maximum price regulation wanted an exception and went to Congress to persuade a Congressman, or a group of people on the Hill, that I was being a menace to their industry." John Kenneth Galbraith. IMG
"I think if you're in favor of World War III, you have your candidate. You know, here's the thing." Renee Montagne. IMG
"I have the manual, and the sad thing is that many of the techniques are exactly the same ones with a few enhancements by the US since World War II. So the role of our European allies and others has just really disappointed me greatly." Ray McGovern. IMG
"I mean science was blamed for all the horrors of World War I, just as it's blamed today for nuclear weapons and quite rightly." Freeman Dyson. IMG
"We can have a World War, I see absolutely no reason why we shouldn't have a World Party." Vanna Bonta. IMG
"Serbia will neither allow a revision of history, nor will it forget who are the main culprits in World War I." Ivica Dacic. IMG


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