„Never ask the bloody reason, only fight and win!“

—  Douglas Reeman, Context: He stared into darkness, seeing the last of the horizon. Then he touched the weathered quarterdeck rail. Aloud he said ‘ We'll fight very soon, my girl. You and me. Never ask the bloody reason, only fight and win!’
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