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Walter Warlimont
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To Hitler, August 3rd. Quoted in The Battle of the Falaise Gap - Page 51 - by Eddy Florentin - 1967
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Walter Warlimont
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Quoted in The Longest Day: June 6, 1944 - Page 230 - by Cornelius Ryan - History - 1994
Walter Warlimont
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After the end of WWII, quoted in Inside Hitler's Headquarters, 1939-45 - Page 388 - by Walter Warlimont - 1964
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Rainer Maria Rilke
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Variant translation: "If your everyday life appears to be unworthy subject matter, do not complain to life. Complain to yourself. Lament that you are not poet enough to call up its wealth. For the creative artist there is no poverty" - Letters to a Young Poet (1934)
Thomas Mann
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Ch. 6, section, A Good Soldier as translated by Woods (1996), p.506 - The Magic Mountain (1924)
Ovid
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Epistulae ex Ponto ("Letters from the Black Sea"), Book I
Elbert Hubbard
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Loyalty in Business: One and Twenty Other Good Things (2005 edition), Cosimo, Inc. - ISBN: 9781596057647
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Born: October 3, 1894

Died: October 9, 1976 (aged 82)

Bio: Walter Warlimont was a German officer known for his role as a deputy chief in the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht, Germany's Supreme Armed Forces Command during World War II.

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