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  • I do. As quoted in Conversations with Edward Albee (1988) by Philip C. Kolin, p. 176 I survive almost any onslaught with a shrug, which must appear
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  • attributed to Frederick the Great, addressing his men at the 1757 w:Battle of KolĂ­n: Dogs, would you live forever? (Kerls, wollt ihr ewig leben?) Duffy, Christopher:
    3 KB (360 words) - 23:48, 18 August 2015
  • University Press, 1999) Rascals, would you live forever? To hesitant guards at Kolin, 18 June 1757 Attributed in E. M. Knowles, Oxford Dictionary Of Quotations
    13 KB (2,014 words) - 07:28, 1 April 2016
  • live forever? Traditional saying of Frederick the Great to his troops at Kolin, June 18, 1757 (or at Kunersdorf, Aug. 12, 1759). Doubted by Carlyle. We
    37 KB (6,015 words) - 12:23, 14 March 2016
  • actually a quote from Frederick the Great, to his soldiers at the Battle of Kolin I have never had so much as now. All my life I've been alone. Many times
    11 KB (1,836 words) - 22:12, 3 April 2016