Napoleon's Maxims & Quotes
men seldom fail in their most perilous enterprises.
great people may be killed, but they cannot be intimidated.
men, for good, or for bad, resemble each other. Thus it were no
sophistry to say: that the soul of Cartouche had something of
the Great Condé in it. The revolution produced all sorts of ambitious
men are those who can subdue both good luck and fortune.
who fears being conquered is certain of defeat.
not to have been born than to live without glory.
men are equal before God: wisdom, talents, and virtue are the
only difference between them.