„Whether in chains or in laurels, Liberty knows nothing but victories.“

1850s, Lecture at Brooklyn (1859)

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Wendell Phillips1
1811 - 1884

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Ferdinand Foch photo

„The laurels of victory are at the point of the enemy bayonets.“

—  Ferdinand Foch French soldier and military theorist 1851 - 1929

Fonte: Precepts and Judgments (1919), p. 105
Contexto: The laurels of victory are at the point of the enemy bayonets. They must be plucked there; they must be carried by a hand-to-hand fight if one really means to conquer.

Józef Piłsudski photo

„To be defeated and not submit, is victory; to be victorious and rest on one's laurels, is defeat.“

—  Józef Piłsudski Polish politician and Prime Minister 1867 - 1935

(Late 1920s or the 1930s) Zbigniew Brzezinski in his introduction to Wacław Jędrzejewicz’s Piłsudski: A Life For Poland. Quoted from this website http://members.lycos.co.uk/jozefpilsudski/index2.html
Attributed

Oscar Wilde photo
Heinz Guderian photo

„Actions speak louder than words. In the days to come the Goddess of Victory will bestow her laurels only on those who prepared to act with daring.“

—  Heinz Guderian German general 1888 - 1954

Achtung-Panzer! : The Development of Armoured Forces, Their Tactics and Operational Potential (1937)

Neville Chamberlain photo
Kliment Voroshilov photo

„It was necessary to close the front against Germany and that it (victory) depended on us whether it was to be closed or not.“

—  Kliment Voroshilov Soviet military commander 1881 - 1969

Quoted in "The unmaking of Adolf Hitler" - Page 377 - by Eugene Davidson - 2004

Robert Greene photo
Robert H. Jackson photo

„Not every defeat of authority is a gain for individual freedom, nor every judicial rescue of a convict a victory for liberty.“

—  Robert H. Jackson American judge 1892 - 1954

Fonte: "The Task of Maintaining Our Liberties: The Role of the Judiciary" (1953), P. 964

George Savile, 1st Marquess of Halifax photo

„When the People contend for their Liberty, they seldom get any thing by their Victory but new Masters.“

—  George Savile, 1st Marquess of Halifax English politician 1633 - 1695

Of Prerogative, Power and Liberty.
Political, Moral, and Miscellaneous Reflections (1750), Political Thoughts and Reflections

Vince Lombardi photo
Francesco Petrarca photo

„Hannibal was victorious, but he did not know later how to make good use of his victorious fortune.“

—  Francesco Petrarca, Il Canzoniere

Vinse Hanibàl, et non seppe usar poi
ben la vittoriosa sua ventura.
Canzone 103, lines 1–2
Il Canzoniere (c. 1351–1353), To Laura in Life

Winston S. Churchill photo
Brené Brown photo

„Vulnerability is not knowing victory or defeat, it’s understanding the necessity of both; it’s engaging. It’s being all in.“

—  Brené Brown US writer and professor 1965

Fonte: Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead

Livy photo
Ursula K. Le Guin photo

„After a lifetime of living on hope because there is nothing but hope, one loses the taste for victory.“

—  Ursula K. Le Guin American writer 1929 - 2018

“The Day Before the Revolution” p. 270 (originally published in Galaxy, August 1974)
Short fiction, The Wind’s Twelve Quarters (1975)

Thomas Paine photo

„Peace, which costs nothing, is attended with infinitely more advantage, than any victory with all its expence.“

—  Thomas Paine, livro Rights of Man

Part Two, Chapter V. Ways and means of improving the condition of Europe, interspersed with miscellaneous observations.
1790s, Rights of Man, Part 2 (1792)

Alberto Gonzales photo
Simone de Beauvoir photo
Honoré de Balzac photo

„Marriage is a fight to the death, before which the wedded couple ask a blessing from heaven, because it is the rashest of all undertakings to swear eternal love; the fight at once commences and victory, that is to say liberty, remains in the hands of the cleverer of the two.“

—  Honoré de Balzac, livro Physiologie du mariage

Le mariage est un combat à outrage avant lequel les deux époux demandent au ciel sa bénédiction, parce que s'aimer toujours est la plus téméraire des entreprises; le combat ne tarde pas à commencer, et la victoire, c'est-à-dire la liberté, demeure au plus adroit.
Part I, Meditation I: The Subject http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Physiology_of_Marriage/Part_1/Med_1.
Physiology of Marriage (1829)

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