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|Progress in World's Peace Movement Advocate Tells of Origin and Achievements|
* Office Furniture that will stand the TEST of service. ... engraved across the
marble background of the loggia this significant inscription: "Peace hath her
victories no less renowned than War. ... it has indeed always been an
anachronism, for each day marks progress and every setting sun sees a man
better than the morning, ...
|Spinoza “Peace cannot be achieved through violence; it can only be attained |
through understanding.” — Einstein “Peace hath her victories no less renowned
than war.” — Milton “Peace has its victories no less than war, but it doesn't have
|This quotation has presumably been borrowed and developed from the following: |
“Peace hath her victories no less renowned than war.” From John Milton, “Sonnet
16” (1652). “[I]t is the lot of all myths to creep gradually into the confines of a ...
|great regret that he is not here, for no one could have spoken with more authority |
and with more knowledge of the formation of the ... From that time on the legend
began to take effect : " Peace hath her victories no less renowned than war.
|Frost wrote Unter- meyer shortly after the event, and I excerpt the letter: No death |
in war could more than match it for suffering and heroic endurance. Why all this
talk in favor of peace? Peace has her victories over poor mortals no less ...
|More Than 1,100 of the Best Quotations About War, Leadership, Courage, and |
Victory James Charlton. Those who win a war well can ... AMBROSE BIERCE
Peace has her victories No less renowned than war. JOHN MILTON If you want ...
|America has an inner resourcefulness that makes it a romantic legend. After |
Pearl ... America is a sleeping giant - not a paper tiger. With blood, sweat, tears, ...
Milton said, “Peace has her victories, no less renowned than war”. The great
|Mckinley, William Let the ideas clash but not the hearts. - Mehta, C. C. One can |
always win a war, but how does one conquer peace? - Meyer, Michael Holmboe
Peace has her victories which are no less renowned than war. - Milton, John War
|Here at last we have the international analogue of the "jury of presentment" or "|
grand jury" in private law. ... If peace hath her victories no less renowned than
war, her greatest victory during the present century, if not during the human era,