«No era inquietud propiamente dicha, sino una extraña tristeza que tenía poco de humano, porque no comportaba ni valentía ni esperanza. Así es como los animales esperan la muerte. Así es como el pez atrapado en la red ve pasar una y otra vez la sombra del pescador.»

Irène Némirovsky

«Dalam dua ribu tahun terakhir sejak kelahiran agama-agama besar di Timur itu, Bung, dunia ini telah berperang tiga ribu kali atas nama agama dan tuhan.»

Anand Krishna

«The Battle of Normandy was won on the beaches of Dieppe»

Louis Mountbatten

«Wars come and go; politics endure.»

Jacqueline Carey

«This is a war," Lemas replied. "It's graphic and unpleasant because it's fought on a tiny scale, at close range; fought with a wastage of innocent life sometimes, I admit. But it's nothing, nothing at all besides other wars - the last or the next.»

John le Carré

«I know it is not fair to expect love from someone who hardly knows you at all. I know that we are too young to understand and too old to understand and that perhaps nobody understands at all. I know that things happen for reasons we cannot comprehend and yet sometimes I really wish we could comprehend. I wish the world was not so dark. Sometimes it felt like somebody had turned off the lights and we were all suffocating in the darkness.»

Emma Abdullah

«It’s all about “Priorities” There's No Such Thing as "Busy»

Abhishek Shukla

«Perché finché la guerra è altrove, non riesci a prenderla sul serio. Come ha detto Martha Gellhorn "La guerra è un fatto personale". È proprio così: finché non capita a te, non riesci a capirla, tanto meno a immaginarla. Finché non entra nella tua vita è irreale»

Lucy Foley

«Statul!... Statul care ucide!... În spate statul nostru, în față statul dușman, și la mijloc noi»

Liviu Rebreanu

«The Sun Tzu School Ping-fa Directive.»

David G. Jones

«At one time I had given much thought to why men were so very rarely capable of living for an ideal. Now I saw that many, no, all men were capable of dying for one.»

Hermann Hesse

«Hiroshima and Nagasaki were atomized at a time when the Japanese were suing desperately for peace.»

David T. Dellinger

«It’s odd, isn’t it? People die every day and the world goes on like nothing happened. But when it’s a person you love, you think everyone should stop and take notice. That they ought to cry and light candles and tell you that you’re not alone.»

Kristina McMorris

«How dare you come into my home? And hurt my family? I ought to tear your throat out right here, right now!»

S.R. Crawford

«It's a thin line between what we're calling acceptable and not acceptable. As a leader, you're supposed to know when not to cross it. But how do you know? Does the army teach us how to control our emotions? Does the army teach us how to deal with a friend bleeding out in front of you? No.»

David Finkel

«Rewards for good service should not be deferred a single day.»

Sun Tzu

«Sofya now understood the difference between life and existence: her life had come to an end, but her existence could drag on indefinitely. And however wretched and miserable this existence was, the thought of violent death still filled her with horror.»

Vasily Grossman

«some smart alecs of those days after World War I used to say: "The French fought for liberty, the British fought to control the seas, but the Americans fought for souvenirs.»

Harry S. Truman

«Fire's tears were real now, and there was no helping them, for there was no time. Everything was moving too fast. She crossed the room to him, put her arms around him, clung to him, turning her face to the side, learning all at once that it was awkward to show a person all of one's love when one's nose was broken.»

Kristin Cashore

«The true agony of war isn't being wounded yourself, it's having to watch those you care about being hurt.»

Christopher Paolini

«When the war comes, you’ll find me on the front line, with some crayons, coloring outside the lines.»

Jarod Kintz

«War is most unkind to the memories of survivors»

Thabo Katlholo

«Let us pray now for the future dead. Though we do not yet know their names, we know that there shall be far too many of them.»

Seth Grahame-Smith

«Her maternal instinct told her Natasha had too much of something, and because of this she would not be happy»

Leo Tolstoy

«They were all in and they were all together, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.»

Bob Richardson

«...'you have to ask yourself though, who are we to stop a war?’»

H.J. Stephens

«Why didn't I ask him for his number, address, e-mail — anything? Why? Because I'm in a sodding war zone, that's why. And I'm a soldier. And this wasn't supposed to happen.»

David Massey

«When the conflict deepens, none will have peace either.»

Auliq Ice

«who wishes to fight must first count the cost»

Sun Tzu

«War has no longer the justification that it makes for the survival of the fittest; it involves the survival of the less fit. The idea that the struggle between nations is a part of the evolutionary law of man's advance involves a profound misreading of the biological analogy.»

Norman Angell