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Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Maureen Daly
#1. Looking up, Missouri saw a formation of low-flying P-47's on the horizon, heading up the coast from Naples...Sergeant Missouri laughed aloud. "They're sending us the Air Force, Chico, and we made it with a donkey," he said. #Quote by Maureen Daly
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Winston Churchill
#2. What is our policy? ... to wage war against a monstrous tyranny, never surpassed in the dark, lamentable catalogue of human crime. #Quote by Winston Churchill
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Jennifer Ryan
#3. A sense of responsibility - or was it guilt? - hung over me, that I was in some way at fault because of cowering to all these pompous men all these years, when I should have had the bravery to reclaim my own mind. That if we women had done this years ago, before the last war, before this one, we'd be in a very different world. #Quote by Jennifer Ryan
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Vanda
#4. Danny and I were sposed to go to his mother's house for Thanksgiving. Now what? What do I tell his mother?
Well, not this. Mothers hate it when you tell them their sons are queer. #Quote by Vanda
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Steen Langstrup
#5. I had my first cigarette when I was five," he says, making rings of smoke. "With my mother. #Quote by Steen Langstrup
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Jackie French
#6. Who was Hitler" demanded little Tracy
"He was this bloke in World War Two" explained Ben. #Quote by Jackie French
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by George Monbiot
#7. The institutions founded 'to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war' have failed. Since the end of WW2, some thirty million people have been killed in armed conflict. Most of them were civilians. #Quote by George Monbiot
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Jennifer Ryan
#8. Then I looked out onto the horizon myself and realized that loss is the same wherever you go: overwhelming, inexorable, deafening. How resilient human beings are that we can learn slowly to carry on when we are left all alone, left to fill the void as best we can. Or disappear into it. #Quote by Jennifer Ryan
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Jennifer Ryan
#9. I took a deep breath of the syrupy sweetness of summer, suffused with bees and birds, and I thought to myself how beautiful this world can be. How lucky we are to be here, to be part of it, for however long we have. #Quote by Jennifer Ryan
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Malcolm Lowry
#10. In the war to come correspondents would assume unheard of importance, plunging through flame to feed the public its little gobbets of dehydrated excrement. #Quote by Malcolm Lowry
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Neal Bascomb
#11. Our home villages with the hills, mountains and forests, the lakes and ponds, rivers and streams, waterfall and fjords. The smell of new hay in summer, of birches in spring, of the sea, and the big forest, and even the biting winter cold. Everything . . . Norwegian songs and music and so much, much more. That's our Fatherland and that's what we have to struggle to get back. #Quote by Neal Bascomb
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Hannah Senesh
#12. To die,
so young to die.
No, no, not I,
I love the warm sunny skies,
light, song, shining eyes,
I want no war, no battle cry,
No, no, not I. #Quote by Hannah Senesh
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Jennifer Ryan
#13. And I realized that this is what it's like to be an adult, learning to pick from a lot of bad choices and do the best you can with that dreadful compromise. Learning to smile, to put your best foot forward, when the world around you seems to have collapsed in its entirety, become a place of isolation, a sepia photograph of its former illusion. #Quote by Jennifer Ryan
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Andrew Roberts
#14. It was on 7 March 1936 that Hitler comprehensivelyviolated the Versailles Treaty by sending troops intothe industrial region of the Rhineland, which under Article 180 had been specifically designated ademilitarized zone. Had the German Army beenopposed by the French and British forces stationednear by, it had orders to retire back to base and sucha reverse would almost certainly have cost Hitler thechancellorship. Yet the Western powers, riven withguilt about having imposed what was described as a'Carthaginian peace' on Germany in 1919, allowedthe Germans to enter the Rhineland unopposed. 'After all,' said the influential Liberal politician andnewspaper director the Marquis of Lothian, who hadbeen Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in RamsayMacDonald's National Government, 'they are onlygoing into their own back garden.' When Hitler assured the Western powers in March 1936 thatGermany wished only for peace, Arthur Greenwood,the deputy leader of the Labour Party, told the Houseof Commons: 'Herr Hitler has made a statement…holding out the olive branch… which ought to be takenat face value… It is idle to say that those statementsare insincere.' That August Germany adopted compulsory two-year military service #Quote by Andrew Roberts
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by John Owen Theobald
#15. Always there have been six ravens at the Tower. If the ravens fly away, the kingdom will fall. #Quote by John Owen Theobald
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Margaret Dickinson
#16. Your guardian angel must have been working over time,' Penny laughed shakily.

Rose laughed as she put her arms around her sister and hugged her. 'More like the Devil taking care of his own. #Quote by Margaret Dickinson
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Michael Hoffman
#17. Auschwitz was a much safer place to be than Dresden or any other city of any size in Germany from 1943 onward. #Quote by Michael Hoffman
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Jean Anouilh
#18. My part is not a heroic one, but I shall play my part. #Quote by Jean Anouilh
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Philip Kerr
#19. Youth is no longer wasted on the young because it's wasted on the war instead. #Quote by Philip Kerr
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Charles De Gaulle
#20. Today we are crushed by the sheer weight of the mechanized forces hurled against us, but we can still look to the future in which even greater mechanized forces will bring us victory. Therein lies the destiny of the world. #Quote by Charles De Gaulle
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Neal Stephenson
#21. It would be an idyllic tropical paradise if not for the malaria, the insects, the constant diarrhea and resulting hemorrhoids, and the fact that the people are dirty and smell bad and eat each other and use human heads for decoration. #Quote by Neal Stephenson
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Kristin Hannah
#22. Do I look like the mastermind of this? I just do what I'm told. They tel me to arrest the foreign-born Jews in Paris, so I do it. They want the crowd separated - single men to Drancy, families to the Vet d'hie Viola! It's done. Point rifles at them and be prepared to shoot. The government wants all of France's foreign Jews sent east to work camps, and we're starting here.'
All of France? Isabelle felt the air rush out of her lungs. Operation Spring Wind. 'You mean this isn't just happening in Paris?'
'No. This is just the start. #Quote by Kristin Hannah
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Martin Niemoeller
#23. First they came for the communists, and I did not speak out--
because I was not a communist;
Then they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out--
because I was not a socialist;
Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out--
because I was not a trade unionist;
Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out--
because I was not a Jew;
Then they came for me--
and there was no one left to speak out for me.

Martin Niemoeller #Quote by Martin Niemoeller
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Elie Wiesel
#24. Some events do take place but are not true; others are, although they never occurred. #Quote by Elie Wiesel
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Charles A. Cornell
#25. The castle of Enysfarne was a dark and towering force that hovered over what was left of my innocence. It contained my destiny, of that I had no doubt whatsoever; a fate that threatened to wipe the blush off my face and turn me into the man my father always wanted me to be ... Veronica Somerset, Dragonfly. #Quote by Charles A. Cornell
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Eve Curie
#26. We discovered that peace at any price is no peace at all ... that life at any price has no value whatever; that life is nothing without the privileges, the prides, the rights, the joys that make it worth living and also worth giving ... and that there is something more hideous, more atrocious than war or than death; and that is to live in fear. #Quote by Eve Curie
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Steen Langstrup
#27. I've just been wandering the streets at night. If I came by a German soldier out alone, I would follow him, shove the pistol to the back of his head, and shoot. Once, I even did two at the same time, but they were really drunk."

Poul-Erik aka 'Willy'
The Informer by Steen Langstrup #Quote by Steen Langstrup
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Hirohito
#28. The fruits of victory are tumbling into our mouths too quickly. #Quote by Hirohito
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Henry Pierson Crowe
#29. Goddamn it, you'll never get the Purple Heart hiding in a foxhole! Follow me! #Quote by Henry Pierson Crowe
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Denis Avey
#30. They say 'stone walls do not a prison make nor iron bars a cage'. It was a quotation I knew as a boy. I had made it my own back then. I knew they couldn't capture my mind. Whilst I could still think, I was free. #Quote by Denis Avey
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Vasily Grossman
#31. There was something terrible, but also something sad and melancholy in this long cry uttered by the Russian infantry as they staged an attack. As it crossed the cold water, it lost its fervour. Instead of valour or gallantry, you could hear the sadness of a soul parting with everything that it loved, calling on its nearest and dearest to wake up, to lift their head from their pillows and hear for the last time the voice of a father, a husband, a son or a brother ... #Quote by Vasily Grossman
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Hank Bracker
#32. In 1939, Hitler expanded the German Navy and, in violation of the Munich Agreement, occupied parts of the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia. Germany then established the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. This protectorate included those portions of Czechoslovakia that had not already been incorporated into Germany. On August 30, 1939, the German Reich issued an ultimatum to Poland concerning the Polish Corridor and the Free City of Danzig. On September 1st, without waiting for a response to its ultimatum, Germany invaded Poland. Much to Hitler's surprise, England honored its treaty with Poland. Neville Chamberlain declared war on Germany, thereby ushering in another World War. Officially, "The Second World War" in Europe was started by the German Reich when it attacked Poland, although at the time Germany blamed the Treaty of Versailles. #Quote by Hank Bracker
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Ben Bryant
#33. The dangers of the sea should always take precedence
over the violence of the enemy'
Rear-Admiral Ben Bryant CB, DSO and two bars, DSC #Quote by Ben Bryant
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Kylie Mansfield
#34. Whispering Echoes, a contemporary fiction with Gothic undertones...

Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we still live…

This is the tale of two women standing at opposite ends of the tunnel of life. Sally Donaldson is at the beginning, whilst Miss Bella Connelly , is at the end.

The story opens in the winter of 1990. Sally is a young woman on the verge of a breakdown, slowly drowning in the sorrow of an unimaginable loss. When her husband sends her to Brackenleigh Manor to recover, she encounters the unconventional healing methods of Miss Bella Connelly.

Sally quickly discovers that the manor itself harbor's its own sorrow, and the secrets that lay within the old groaning house are none other than the sad Whispering Echoes of Miss Bella Connelly's past.

The Story then shifts back to 1939 – Britain on the eve of WW2 – and reveals the secrets and lies that transform Bella, and completely change the lives of all who meet Miss Bella after.

The events that carved and marked Miss Bella's journey finally draw Sally out of her own shadows and back into life.

For it is within Miss Bella's story, that Sally learns that life has a measure that no one can count…

A measure that far outweighs Death… #Quote by Kylie Mansfield
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Franklin D. Roosevelt
#35. The hand that held the dagger has struck it into the back of its neighbor. #Quote by Franklin D. Roosevelt
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by John Edward Williams
#36. One part of him recoiled in instinctive horror at the daily waste, the inundation of destruction and death that inexorably assaulted the mind and heart; once again he saw the faculty depleted, he saw the haunted looks upon those who remained behind, and saw in those looks the slow death of the heart, the bitter attrition of feeling and care. #Quote by John Edward Williams
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Heinz Linge
#37. The man who had asked my name in Obersalzberg in the summer of 1934 had been a dominant personality excluding a spellbinding charisma to which few were not prey. The embodied sovereign power, total power. The man whom I burnt and interred under a hail of Red Army shells near the Reich Chancellery was a trembling old man, a spent force, feeble, a failure. Like the Reich which he had aimed to bring into an era of unparalleled brilliance and opulence and had become a heap of rubble, he was the disfigured embodiment of his earlier self. #Quote by Heinz Linge
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by James Morcan
#38. Within a decade or two, all Holocaust survivors will likely have passed away so a ticking clock is in effect in this battle between the truth and lies. Keep in mind even those survivors born in a concentration camp during WW2 would be at least 71 years-of-age when this book (the one you are reading now) was released. Those survivors old enough to clearly recall the events of that nightmare will, of course, be older and have much less time left. As the memory of the Holocaust begins to fade away, it will become easier to deny the genocide even occurred unless those of us who are truthseekers are able to embrace the memory of the genocide and educate others do the same. What's needed in this propaganda war is for the true stories of Holocaust survivors – as well as those of the Nazi perpetrators, their associates and others who witnessed the genocide – to be told loudly and clearly so that there will never, ever be room for doubt in generations to come. After all, nothing is more powerful, credible or damning than eyewitness accounts. #Quote by James Morcan
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Mark A. Cooper
#39. War was funny like that: one minute you could try and block it and have the most wonderful thoughts, the next you were back in the nightmare. #Quote by Mark A. Cooper
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Irene Nemirovsky
#40. We're becoming slaves; the war scatters us in all directions, takes away everything we own, snatches the bread from out of our mouths; let me at least retain the right to decide my own destiny, to laugh at it, defy it, escape it if I can. A slave? Better to be a slave than a dog who thinks he's free as he trots along behind his master. She listened to the sound of men and horses passing by. They don't even realise they're slaves, she said to herself, and I, I would be just like them if a sense of pity, solidarity, the "spirit of the hive" forced me to refuse to be happy. #Quote by Irene Nemirovsky
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by David Benioff
#41. That is the way we decided to talk, free and easy, two young men discussing a boxing match. That was the only way to talk. You couldn't let too much truth seep into your conversation, you couldn't admit with your mouth what your eyes had seen. If you opened the door even a centimeter, you would smell the rot outside and hear the screams. You did not open the door. You kept your mind on the tasks of the day, the hunt for food and water and something to burn, and you saved the rest for the end of the war. #Quote by David Benioff
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Julie Orringer
#42. Nothing at all to change: what a thing to want in the midst of war. #Quote by Julie Orringer
Sudetenland Ww2 quotes by Alfred Nestor
#43. With our collective shock, what we saw seemed to be frozen into a state of suspended animation. Indelibly etched into our memories in terror, forever! My life was in slow motion, it was as if I was no longer in my body and this was a rather bad dream! It is almost impossible to describe with words what I saw, but I will try. This very experience is the one that has continued to shake me awake during the dense night of my lifetime. #Quote by Alfred Nestor

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