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|“These are the hands that did this. I did nothing to stop the Fascists, and now they |
are sending boys out to be killed for Mussolini. Do you know what Il Duce says
about blood?” “No.” “Blood alone moves the wheels of history,” Sciafani quoted.
|... could count on, no one who would do this without question and with a full heart |
and total commitment. So he directed Dru to begin at Mount Islapir. Blood alone
moves the wheels of history. —Benito Mussolini “What's 47 A Warning in Blood.
|My half-cupped heart buckles in its frame, spiritually spent (Flashfloods and |
blizzards of blood and flame, lyrically blent.) By the condemners and the
condemned, ... "Blood alone moves the wheels of history." — Martin Luther
Sawing lintels, the ...
|St. Just gazed balefully at the coat of arms over the imposing door. “'Blood alone |
moves the wheels of history.' But I don't think blood lines are quite what Mussolini
had in mind.” ___ Something about the golden light shimmering off the dark ...
|'Neutrals never dominate events,' he declared in a speech in Parma. They always |
sink. Blood alone moves the wheels of history.' It was not so easy to be lyrical
about 'blood' and 'history' when the war impinged upon one's personal life.
|In another speech a month later he said, “Blood alone moves the wheels of |
history.” In a 1928 speech, “Let us have a dagger between our teeth, a bomb in
our hands, and an infinite scorn in our hearts.” “War is to man what maternity is to
|In the Battle of the Frontiers, France alone lost a hundred and forty thousand men |
in four days. On August 25, Louvain began to burn—the houses, the ... "Neutrals
never dominate events," he told them. "Blood alone moves the wheels of history ...
|We are all just germinating here on this hothouse planet which has been soaked |
with the blood of all its creatures for hundreds of thousand of years now. Or to
quote Mussolini: “Blood alone moves the wheels of history.” Same as it ever was.
|That great dust-heap called 'history'. - Augustine Birrell1850 – 1933; English |
politician, barrister, academic & author. Blood alone moves the wheels of history.
-Martin Luther 1483 – 1546; German monk, Catholic priest, & professor of
|Blood alone moves the wheels of history. —Benito Mussolini OUR LADY OF |
MERCY triage nurse Deedee Feider had a theory about emergency room
patients. If they weren't unconscious or bleeding, she believed, they were almost