31 War Quotes

Browse our collection of war quotes. Famous words and thoughts on reflections of war.


  1. But war is also an incredible teacher - a brutal instructor. We learned lessons in war, written in blood, about sorrow, loss, and pain. Jocko Willink, The Dichotomy of Leadership
    Life Lessons



  2. In war, there are no unwounded soldiers. Jose Narosky
    Veterans Day Quotes



  3. More than an end to war, we want an end to the beginnings of all wars. Franklin Roosevelt
    More than an end to war, we want an end to the beginnings of all wars. Franklin Roosevelt
    New Beginnings



  4. After the end of the World War of 1914 there was a deep conviction and almost universal hope that peace would reign in the world. Winston Churchill, The Gathering Storm
    Peace



  5. That war is never the answer, that hatred must be controlled; God molded love for each nation, not greed or power or gold. Greta Zwaan, In The Trenches
    God



  6. Remembrance Day isn't just about war and those we've lost, but about ideals and what we stand for. It's about respecting our past and looking hopefully forward, and more than anything, thanking those who have served. Rebecca Zamon
    Respect



  7. Lest we forget the wars that were fought
    To give us freedom
    Cody Lynch, My Thoughts on Remembrance Day
    Veterans Day Poems



  8. For thousands of years, life has been teaching us the same lessons over and over. Through war and peace; through rags and riches; through stories of hope and of despair; through tragedies and failure that end in triumph and success Mauricio Chaves-Mesen
    Teacher



  9. With everyone so focused on their own production and creating their own success, there would be no time for war, drugs, or other wasteful, unnecessary destruction. We'd all hit levels of success previously thought impossible - and inspire one another to do more and be more. Grant Cardone, Be Obsessed or Be Average
    Inspirational Quotes



  10. a time to love and a time to hate,
    a time for war and a time for peace.
    Ecclesiastes 3:8
    Encouraging Bible Verses



  11. On our own, we cannot end wars or wipe out injustice, but the cumulative impact of thousands of small acts of goodness can be bigger than we imagine. Queen Elizabeth II, Christmas Message 2016
    Make A Difference



  12. There never was a good war or a bad peace. Benjamin Franklin
    Words of Encouragement



  13. In the decades since World War II, we have constructed a system of regulatory law that basically outlaws common sense. Modern law, in an effort to be "self-executing," has shut out our humanity. Philip K. Howard, The Death of Common Sense
    Common Sense



  14. Until all mankind, without exception, undergoes a great change, wars will be waged, everything that has been built up, cultivated and grown will be cut down and disfigured, to begin all over again after that! Anne Frank
    Change



  15. Peace is not only better than war, but infinitely more arduous. George Bernard Shaw
    Famous



  16. War settles nothing. Dwight Eisenhower
  17. War settles nothing. Dwight Eisenhower
    Motivational



  18. Lest we forget? But - have we forgotten? The cost, the maiming of war? Lest we forget? Greta Zwaan, Have We Forgotten?
    Memory



  19. But everywhere throughout the world - throughout this war that covers the world- there is a special spirit that has warmed our hearts since our earliest childhood - a spirit that brings us close to our homes, our families, our friends and neighbors - the Christmas spirit of "peace on earth, good will toward men." It is an unquenchable spirit. Franklin Roosevelt
    Spiritual



  20. I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. Martin Luther King Jr., Acceptance Speech for Nobel Peace Prize
    Brotherhood



  21. The future can be anything we want it to be, providing we have the faith and that we realize that peace, no less than war, required "blood and sweat and tears." Charles Kettering
    Future



  22. The Korean War marked a turning point in American attitudes towards marriage and the family and established as a permanent trend what we had regarded as a Second World War adjustment. Margaret Mead
    Attitude



  23. Blame is fascinating - it shapes our lives. It can be a benign way of positioning ourselves, a gentle joust or banter, or it can be poisonous, hurtful or devastating for its victims. It can tear apart marriages and fracture work relationships; it can disable major social programmes; it can inflict damage on powerful corporations; it can bring down governments; it can start wars and justify genocides. Stephen Fineman, The Blame Business
    Blame



  24. A pen to a poet becomes a mighty sword. When drawn, a literary war against paper, creatively unfolds. Robert M. Hensel
    Poems



  25. Dwight D. Eisenhower endured many dramatic, tension-filled days, but nothing ever exceeded the events leading up to his courageous decision to launch the greatest military invasion in the history of warfare on June 6, 1944. Carlo D'Este, Eisenhower: A Soldier's Life
    Courage



  26. From wars to corrupt governments causing hungry and poverty, these are all made by decisions that men and women make. Catherine Pulsifer, Live Each Day
    Decision



  27. This is the nature of war: it turns us into enemies. People who have never met kill each other out of fear. Thich Nhat Hanh, Creating True Peace
    Fear



  28. Until we end our own inner war, war will never end. Raven Mardirosian, 365 Ways to Keep It Real, Heal Yourself and Be Free
    Inner Peace



  29. We pause for just a moment, the message has been sent: "LEST WE FORGET," it beckons, lest we have fought in vain, REMEMBER! Oh, REMEMBER! Lest we face war again!" Greta Zwaan, Remember
    Learning



  30. War is a game played with a smiling face, but do you think there is laughter in my heart? Winston Churchill
    Feeling



  31. Make love, not war. American Proverb
  32. Make love, not war. American Proverb
    Love



  33. Worry is the worst enemy of mankind: It is a silent killer. It has killed more people than all the wars in the history of mankind. M. K. Soni
    Worry

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