Who said this quote?
My enemies are many, my equals are none. In the shade of olive trees, they said Italy could never be conquered. In the land of Pharaohs and Kings, they said Egypt could never be humbled. In the realm of forest and snow, they said Russia could never be tamed. Now they say nothing. They fear me, like a force of nature, a dealer in thunder and death! I say: I am Napoleon, I am Emperor.
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- RogerLv 75 months agoFavorite Answer
The quote itself tells you: Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821).
- JoeLv 55 months ago
Wasn't that Mother Teresa ?? I'm pretty sure that was her....
- ?Lv 45 months ago
This is how fake quotes end up on Internet quotes sites. Napoleon never said that.
P.S. When exactly did he "tame" Russia?
- Anonymous5 months ago
Love means never having to say you're sorry.
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- GypsyfishLv 75 months ago
Um- this is not exactly a riddle. Napoleon said this. He says so, right in the quote. BTW, he was wrong. If he'd had twitter, maybe he could have said it more concisely.
- 5 months ago
Adolf hitler said that aspiring qoute
- Lapiz DominoesLv 75 months ago
Thor? Long, long ago upon a day prior to a Friday when `they` fry fizhiez..
- BJJLv 75 months ago