World War I Quotes

World War I Quotes by Paul Krugman, Michael M. Honda, Kevin Maney, Donald Trump, Dick Durbin, Nathan Farragut Twining and many others.

[I]f you look at United States history since World War

[I]f you look at United States history since World War II, you find that of the 10 presidents who preceded Barack Obama, seven left office with a debt ratio lower than when they came in. Who were the three exceptions? Ronald Reagan and the two George Bushes.
Paul Krugman
My own family and thousands of other Japanese Americans were interned during World War II. It took our nation over 40 years to apologize
Michael M. Honda
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
America is always fighting. We’re the one that wants to go to World War III with Russia over Ukraine. So we’re the ones always fighting. We’re the ones putting up a lot of the money for NATO disproportionately – a lot.
Donald Trump
There is also the issue of personal privacy when it comes the executive power. Throughout our nation’s history, whether it was habeas corpus during the Civil War, Alien and Sedition Acts in World War I, or Japanese internment camps in World War II, presidents have gone too far.
Dick Durbin
A top World War II ace once said that fighter pilots fall into two broad categories: those who go out to kill and those who, secretly, desperately, know they are going to get killed-the hunters and the hunted.
Nathan Farragut Twining
Indeed I do not think we should be justified in using any but the more sombre tones and colours while our people, our Empire, and indeed the whole English-speaking world are passing through a dark and deadly valley.
Winston Churchill
After World War II, it seemed that humanity understood something, and nothing like that would happen again.
Humanity has understood nothing.
Religious, tribal, national wars continue. The world continues to be in a sea of blood.
The world can be better if there’s love, tolerance and humility.
Irena Sendler
“Red Dawn” was a movie made in 1984 I think about World War III. If you have not seen it and plan on watching it, you want to close your eye and cover your ears but not really. You can figure it out.
Rachel Maddow
December 7, 1941. A date which will live in infamy.
Franklin D. Roosevelt
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
The Philippines was with the U.S. in the Second World War, in the Korean War, in the Vietnam War, and now in the war against terrorism.
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
John Wayne was just a very conservative guy, who had not served in World War II, and he was defensive about that – he almost overcompensated his anti-Communism because of that reason.
Jay Roach
Dunkirk has fallen… with it has ended the greatest battle of world history. Soldiers! My confidence in you knew no bounds. You have not disappointed me.
Adolf Hitler
When I first went to jail in 1960 with seven classmates trying to use their public library against the backdrop of my father being a veteran of World War II, not being able to use – having to sit behind Nazi on American military bases, I lost my fear of jails and death.
Jesse Jackson
In the Crusades, getting the Holy Land back was the goal, and any means could be used to achieve it. World War II was a crusade. The firebombing of Tokyo by Doolittle and the carpet bombing in Germany, especially by the British, showed that.
Stanley Hauerwas
When Dalton Trumbo and his friends joined the Communist Party it was 1943, and Russia was our ally in World War II. This was connected to a very popular movement of artists and intellectuals at that time towards anti fascism, and an alliance with the union movement.
Jay Roach