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In the Second World War approximately the same European allies fought approximately the same adversaries as in the first. Though t ...
Martin, a woman hasn't got any political opinions. I run this farm to suit myself. I'll shoot the daylights out of anybody--Britis ...
Writers and politicians are natural rivals. Both groups try to make the world in their own images; they fight for the same territo ...
I ... would rather be in dependance on Great Britain, properly limited, than on any nation upon earth, or than on no nation. But I ...
Through the din and desultoriness of noon, even in the most Oriental city, is seen the fresh and primitive and savage nature, in w ...
It has been observed by another that the French Canadians do not extend nor perpetuate their influence. The British, Irish, and ot ...
When the committee from Plymouth had purchased the territory of Eastham of the Indians, "it was demanded, who laid claim to Billin ...
If we were doing this in the Falklands they would love it. It's part of our heritage. The British have always been fighting wars.
But among all our Methods of moving Pity or Terror, there is none so absurd and barbarous, and what more exposes us to the Contemp ...
If this creature is a murderer, then so are we all. This snake has killed one British soldier; we have killed many. This is not mu ...
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