Margaret MacMillan Quotes

Top 10 wise famous quotes and sayings by Margaret MacMillan

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Margaret MacMillan Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Margaret MacMillan quotes: But the superiority of the British is that it is a matter of complete indifference to them if they appear to be stupid. But the superiority of the British is that it is a matter of complete indifference to them if they appear to be stupid.
Margaret MacMillan quotes: China. The Kaiser had temporarily China. The Kaiser had temporarily
Margaret MacMillan quotes: Louvain was a dull place, said a guidebook in 1910, but when the time came it made a spectacular fire. Louvain was a dull place, said a guidebook in 1910, but when the time came it made a spectacular fire.
Margaret MacMillan quotes: The delegates to the peace conference after World War I tried to impose a rational order on an irrational world. The delegates to the peace conference after World War I tried to impose a rational order on an irrational world.
Margaret MacMillan quotes: What may seem like a reasonable way of protecting oneself can look very different from the other side of the border. What may seem like a reasonable way of protecting oneself can look very different from the other side of the border.
Margaret MacMillan quotes: 3053Geography also gave Russia a rich choice of potential enemies. 3053Geography also gave Russia a rich choice of potential enemies.
Margaret MacMillan quotes: Anyone who falls into your hands falls to your sword! Anyone who falls into your hands falls to your sword!