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This comes from a collection of dying words.
He seems to have set the tone for GIs down the ages.
Do you reckon that this is Indian country? - George Custer.
"Don't worry, lads - they couldn't hit an elephant at this dist...."
Bastard, I was just about to quote tha....
Admiral Tryon after he ordered an impossible manoeuvre of two battleships in the Med in the 1880s. They inevitably collided and one sank with great loss of life. As the ship went down Tryon was heard to mutter -
'It was all my fault!'
Admiral Beatie at the battle of Jutland, just after the Queen mary blew up
"It seems there's something wrong with our bloody ships today"
What the fluck was that? - The squinting Lord Mayor of Hiroshima.
Story about him: Apparently at the time of the aforementioned action, his wife saw her husband standing in their study
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