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  1. Einstein said that “the world needs permanent peace and a good will that lasts, so that no wealth will serve for humanity to progress”. Marshall said that “the war was lost in the living room, for it was there that television broke its comfort with the brutality of war.”. This means that public opinion was totally against this war.

  2. Nov 15, 2014 · These thirty quotes were cherry-picked from the website “BrainyQuote” – all are from famous people referencing war – especially the Vietnam War. Using a photo editor, I was able to create a backdrop for each of these special quotations and have posted them below in no specific order. The pictures are from Facebook and the internet.

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    • “I Hate That You People Never Salute me.”
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    • “My Whole Life Passed Before My Eyes, and It Wasn’T Even Interesting to me.
    • “Sometimes You’Ve Got to Go Specifically Out of Your Way to Get Into trouble.”
    • “Your Ass Is Grass, and I’m A Lawn Mower.”
    • “I Just Want to Report The Truth. It’Ll Be A Nice Change of pace.”
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    • “You Are in More Dire Need of A __________ Than Any White Man in History.”

    Lt. Steven Hauk:You know, I hate that you people never salute me. I am a lieutenant and would like salutes occasionally, that’s what being a higher rank is all about.

    Adrian Cronauer:Seeing as how the VP’s such a VIP, shouldn’t we keep the PC on the QT, ’cause if it leaks to the VC he could end up MIA, and then we’d all be put on KP.

    Edward Garlick:A truck’s bumper was this close to my face. My whole life passed before my eyes, and it wasn’t even interesting to me.

    Adrian Cronauer:That’s it. I’m reading’ this.
    Edward Garlick:No, I can’t let you do that.
    Adrian Cronauer:Oh, Edward, don’t you ever do anything that’s not by the book?
    Edward Garlick:Not when I get into trouble. No, I don’t.
    Sgt. Major Dickerson:You better stay cool. You better not get involved in anything. You better not even come within range of anything that happens, or your ass is grass, and I’m a lawn mower. Am I...
    Adrian Cronauer:Yes, sir.
    Sgt. Major Dickerson:“Sir”? Do you see anything on this uniform indicating an officer? What does three up and three down mean to you, Airman?
    Adrian Cronauer:End of an inning?
    (Adrian sees the story about the bombing that he witnessed, and he starts taking it to the control room, going past the two censors.)
    Censor #1:What do you think you’re doing? You know you’re forbidden to read anything not checked by this office.
    Adrian Cronauer:What was there to check? I was there.
    Censor #1:You know the rules, airman. If this is a legitimate news story, it must go through proper channels.
    (An Army sergeant demands to know who allowed a Vietnamese kid named Tuan in the bar)
    Adrian Cronauer:That’s all right. I did. Hey, come on now. If you kick out the gooks, the next thing, you have to kick out the chinks, the spicks, the spooks and kikes. All that’s gonna be left in...
    Adrian Cronauer: (to Tuan who’s hiding from him)I know about the bombing, Sparky. No wonder you hauled ass. You were my friend. I trusted you.
    Adrian Cronauer: (shouting) You hear me?
    Tuan: (hidden)You a naive man, Cronauer. You take a stupid side. Now you have to go. You’re better off.
    Sergeant Major Dickerson:Welcome back.
    Adrian Cronauer:Thank you, Sergeant. I’ve missed you.
    Sergeant Major Dickerson:I’m informing you that you’re outta here. I want your bags packed and ready to go tomorrow afternoon.
    You don’t have the power. I’ll take this right to the authorities.
  4. Aug 31, 2022 · 8 – “I never in my wildest dreams imagined such a nihilistic slab of stone.”. – James Webb in a letter to Jan Scruggs in 1981. 9 – “The injustice suffered by Vietnam veterans can never be remedied. Those who served in Vietnam did not start the war; it was not their failure that led to the miserable ending.

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  5. Dec 4, 2014 · Famous Quotes About Vietnam and War – (Part 2) My earlier article, “Famous Quotes About Vietnam and War” was well received and generated a ton of interest. As a result, I’ve published this new blog with 34 additional “Quotes on pictures” – some are anonymous, but all are statements we’ve heard at one time or another while in ...

  6. The true lesson of the Vietnam War is: certainty of purpose and ruthlessness of execution win wars. — Ronald Reagan. If John McCain were really a war hero he would've won Vietnam. — Zach Braff. There is one hell of a difference between fighting in the ring and going to war in Vietnam. — Muhammad Ali.

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