History BadassCreed / RealLife

11th Oct '16 11:07:57 AM Gess
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** The orders outlining the strategy for the Soviet Army during the first year of war were unofficially condensed to "Not a step back!"

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** The orders In 1942, when the situation was arguably even worse than in the beginning, the order was issued, outlining the strategy for neccessity to stand fast and hold the Soviet Army during the first year of war were unofficially condensed to enemy at any cost. Its unofficial name: "Not a step back!"back!".
11th Oct '16 11:04:10 AM Gess
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** The orders outlining the strategy for the Soviet Army during the first year of war were unofficially condensed to "Not a step back!"
2nd Oct '16 12:55:19 PM nombretomado
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** The Latin form was appropriated by EdgarAllanPoe for "The Cask of Amontillado."

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** The Latin form was appropriated by EdgarAllanPoe Creator/EdgarAllanPoe for "The Cask of Amontillado."
30th Sep '16 9:38:33 PM caffeinedelusions
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* This is Older Than They Think: The Romans had one. ''Vae Victis'', literally meaning "Way of the victor". In practice, it meant 'woe to the conquered' (or 'I won, so I get what I want. You lost, so you've got nothing to say about it'). Appropriately, they stole it from a would-be conqueror who coined the phrase after temporarily occupying the city (when they tried paying him to go away).

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* This is Older Than They Think: The Romans had one. ''Vae Victis'', literally meaning "Way of the victor". In practice, it meant 'woe to the conquered' (or 'I won, so I get what I want. You lost, so you've got nothing to say about it'). Appropriately, they stole it from a would-be conqueror who coined the phrase after temporarily occupying the city (when they tried paying him to go away).
17th Sep '16 10:28:21 AM surgoshan
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* The British army has had a bit of advice for more than a century. "Officers don't duck." The reason? "It doesn't help and the men don't like it."
17th Aug '16 12:30:34 PM ironballs16
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* The United States Postal Service: "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds." [[note]]This motto is carved on the facade of the central post office in New York City. Someone once climbed up there with a spray can and wrote underneath "So what ''is'' it, then?"[[/note]]

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* The United States Postal Service: "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night [[UnstoppableMailman stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.rounds]]." [[note]]This motto is carved on the facade of the central post office in New York City. Someone once climbed up there with a spray can and wrote underneath "So what ''is'' it, then?"[[/note]]
7th Jun '16 8:42:13 AM Doug86
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** 3rd Infantry Division: ''Nous Resterons La'' ("We're staying here"). Said in response to an ally's suggestion that the division should retreat during [[WorldWarOne the Battle of the Marne]]. After the battle, the 3rd would be known as "[[YouShallNotPass The Rock of the Marne.]]"

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** 3rd Infantry Division: ''Nous Resterons La'' ("We're staying here"). Said in response to an ally's suggestion that the division should retreat during [[WorldWarOne [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI the Battle of the Marne]]. After the battle, the 3rd would be known as "[[YouShallNotPass The Rock of the Marne.]]"



** Even more badass is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6VqLkqxp7Y The Jäger March]], written by one of the Jägers in WorldWarI. Goes something like this:

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** Even more badass is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6VqLkqxp7Y The Jäger March]], written by one of the Jägers in WorldWarI.UsefulNotes/WorldWarI. Goes something like this:
31st May '16 8:25:41 PM TrulyAnnoyed
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31st May '16 8:25:40 PM TrulyAnnoyed
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31st May '16 8:25:39 PM TrulyAnnoyed
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* I think the motto of the Royal Army Medical Corps counts, even if it's not particularly aggressive: "In Arduis Fidelis". [[note]]"Faithful in Adversity"[[/note]]



* I think the motto of the Royal Army Medical Corps counts, even if it's not particularly aggressive: "In Arduis Fidelis". [[note]]"Faithful in Adversity"[[/note]]


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* I think the motto of the Royal Army Medical Corps counts, even if it's not particularly aggressive: "In Arduis Fidelis". [[note]]"Faithful in Adversity"[[/note]]



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