Napoleon Bonaparte Quotes

You must not fear death, my lads; defy him, and you drive him into the enemy's ranks.

Napoleon Bonaparte

Europe is a molehill. It has never had any great empires, like those of the Orient, numbering six hundred million souls.

Napoleon Bonaparte

The Turks can be killed, but they can never be conquered.

Napoleon Bonaparte

France will always be a great nation.

Napoleon Bonaparte

In France, only the impossible is admired.

Napoleon Bonaparte

My most splendid campaign was that of March 20; not a single shot was fired.

Napoleon Bonaparte

In war, luck is half in everything.

Napoleon Bonaparte

In order not to be astonished at obtaining victories, one ought not to think only of defeats.

Napoleon Bonaparte

To plan to reserve cavalry for the finish of the battle, is to have no conception of the power of combined infantry and cavalry charges, either for attack or for defense.

Napoleon Bonaparte

A man who has no consideration for the needs of his men ought never to be given command.

Napoleon Bonaparte

In war, groping tactics, half-way measures, lose everything.

Napoleon Bonaparte

In war, character and opinion make more than half of the reality.

Napoleon Bonaparte

In war one must lean on an obstacle in order to overcome it.

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War is a lottery in which nations ought to risk nothing but small amounts.

Napoleon Bonaparte

Gentleness, good treatment, honor the victor and dishonor the vanquished, who should remain aloof and owe nothing to pity In war, audacity is the finest calculation of genius.

Napoleon Bonaparte

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