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Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), also known as Napoleon I, was a French military leader and emperor who conquered much of Europe in the early 19th century. Born on the island of Corsica, Napoleon rapidly rose through the ranks of the military during the French Revolution (1789-1799).

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes
 Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes 





Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

 Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes 

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

 Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes
Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

Top Napoleon Bonaparte inspiring quotes

From triumph to downfall, there is but one step. I have noted that, in the most momentous occasions, mere nothings have always decided the outcome of the greatest events.”

— Napoléon Bonaparte

“The fool has one great advantage over a man of sense — he is always satisfied with himself.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“Water, air, and cleanness are the chief articles in my pharmacy.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“The greater the man, the less is he opinionative, he depends upon events and circumstances.”

— Napoléon Bonaparte

“Force cannot organize anything.In the long run, the sword is always beaten by the spirit by which I mean the civil and religious institutions of a nation.
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“Men of great ambition have sought happiness . . . and have found fame.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“There are two levers for moving man — interest and fear.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“Gentlemen. If you’re going to take Vienna, take it.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“It requires more courage to suffer than to die”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“Society is impossible without inequality, inequality intolerable without a code of morality, and a code of morality unacceptable without religion.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“I have seen in the most significant of circumstances, that some little thing always decides great events.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

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“You tell me that class distinctions are baubles used by monarchs, I defy you to show me a republic, ancient or modern, in which distinctions have not existed. You call these medals and ribbons baubles; well, it is with such baubles that men are led. I would not say this in public, but in a assembly of wise statesmen it should be said. I don’t think that the French love liberty and equality: the French are not changed by ten years of revolution: they are what the Gauls were, fierce and fickle. They have one feeling: honor. We must nourish that feeling. The people clamour for distinction. See how the crowd is awed by the medals and orders worn by foreign diplomats. We must recreate these distinctions. There has been too much tearing down; we must rebuild. A government exists, yes and power, but the nation itself – what is it? Scattered grains of sand.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“Always carry champagne! In victory You deserve it & in defeat You need it!”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“The great difficulty with politics is, that there are no established principles.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“Sirs, if it were not for that one red spot I would have conquered the world!!!”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“no one but myself can be blamed for my fall. I have been my own greatest enemy-the cause of my own disastrous fate”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“History is a myth men want to believe.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“It is astonishing what power words have over men.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“The true conquests, the only ones that cause no regret, are those made over ignorance.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency; their sole object is gain.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“The first virtue in a soldier is the endurance of fatigue ;
courage is only the second virtue.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“In war, the moral is to the physical as ten to one.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte

“I am for the whites because I am white; I have no other reason, and that one is good.”
— Napoléon Bonaparte