World War II quotes

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... the ... radio station played a Chopin polonaise. On all the following days news bulletins were prefaced by Chopin--preludes, e ...
We had won. Pimps got out of their polished cars and walked the streets of San Francisco only a little uneasy at the unusual exerc ...
A pleasant smell of frying sausages
Attacks the sense, along with an old, mostly invisible
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I became a journeyman welder--I did very well. I loved it. It was like crocheting ...
Gracious Lord, oh bomb the Germans.
Spare their women for Thy Sake,
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Everything is very quiet, the streets are never crowded, and the people one dislikes are out of town.
All my life I have said, "Whatever happens there will always be tables and chairs"--and what a mistake.
Almost everybody wore a curious limpidity of expression, like newborn babies or souls just after death. Dazed but curiously dignif ...
They had supposed their formula was fixed.
They had obeyed instructions to devise
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Springtime for Hitler and Germany,
Winter for France and Poland.
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