War Of The Worlds Quotes

War Of The Worlds Quotes by Winston Churchill, Noam Chomsky, David Frum, Grant Morrison, Selma Diamond, Eileen Collins and many others.

Air superiority is the ultimate expression of military

Air superiority is the ultimate expression of military power.
Winston Churchill
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
World War II proved a hypothesis that Alexis de Tocqueville advanced a century before: the war-fighting potential of a democracy is at its greatest when war is most intense; at its weakest when war is most limited. This is a lesson with enduring relevance to our own times – and our own wars.
David Frum
The perfect fascist state needs to operate in conditions of perpetual warfare. Have you ever noticed how the world has been in constant crisis since World War II?
Grant Morrison
I have no patience with anyone born after World War II. You have to explain everything to these people.
Selma Diamond
Because of [Amelia Earhart], we had more women available to fly in the 1940’s to help us get through World War II. And because of these women, women of my generation are able to look back and say, ‘Hey, they did it. They even flew military airplanes, we can do it, too.’
Eileen Collins
When I grew up, in Taiwan, the Korean War was seen as a good war, where America protected Asia. It was sort of an extension of World War II. And it was, of course, the peak of the Cold War. People in Taiwan were generally proAmerican. The Korean War made Japan. And then the Vietnam War made Taiwan. There is some truth to that.
Ang Lee
Whichever country you are, if you lose games you are criticised. It’s only when it’s England it’s like a new world war.
Sven-Goran Eriksson
The period after the First World War was an extremely different time, so that Sherlock Holmes would have been a different person following 1918 than he was during the Victorian era.
Laurie R. King
The Second World War took place not so much because no one won the First, but because the Versailles Treaty did not acknowledge this truth.
Paul Johnson
And of course there is so much of World War II that is documented that we never have seen
Oliver North
The First World War began because one man was shot. The Second World War began because of a mad German dictator. Who knows how a third could start. There are also people who think that the war has been going for a long time.
Ronald Lauder
Since September 11, it seems to me that never in our lifetime, except possibly in the early stages of World War II, has it been clearer that we have as a source of strength, a source of direction, a source of inspiration – our story.
David McCullough
While American men are fighting to rid the old world of autocracy let American women set to and rid the new world of this intolerable old burden of sex ignorance.
Crystal Eastman
In reality, at the end of World War II, America imposed democracy at the point of a bayonet on Japan and Germany, and it has proved a resounding success in both countries. The problem with liberals is that they never give bayonets a chance.
Dinesh D’Souza
I can only see death and more death, till we are black and swollen with death.
D. H. Lawrence
I have returned many times to honour the valiant men who died…every man who set foot on Omaha Beach was a hero.
Omar N. Bradley