Facts about Gustav Stresemann

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Gustav Stresemann was a famous Politician from Germany, who lived between May 10, 1878 and October 3, 1929. He/she became 51 years old.

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He/she is born under the zodiac taurus, who is known for Security, Subtle strength, Appreciation, Instruction, Patience. Our collection contains 31 quotes who is written / told by Gustav.

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Famous quotes by Gustav Stresemann (31)


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"The concept of active cooperation has taken the place of opposition to the new form of government and of dreamy resignation entranced with the beauty of times past"
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"History uses a unit of measure for time that is different from that of the lifespan of the individual, whereas man is only too ready to measure the evolution of history by his own yardstick"
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"As a confirmed individualist I certainly do not wish to underrate the influence of the individual, for the masses do not lead the individual; rather, in the individual is vested the capacity to lead the masses"
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"The courtesy which most becomes a victor was denied to Germany for a long time"
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"Nothing is more misleading to the youth of a nation than to state the outcome immediately after the beginning as if nothing could have taken place in between"
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"As a consequence of the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, the officer corps of the old army became part of this class, as did that part of the younger generation who, in the old Germany, would have become officers or civil servants"
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"A Shakespeare could have arisen only on English soil. In the same way, your great dramatists and poets express the nature and essence of the Norwegian people, but they also express that which is universally valid for all mankind"
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"To contrast national solidarity and international cooperation as two opposites seems foolish to me"
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"Just as a child respects his father even when he perceives his weaknesses and faults, so a German will not despise the old Germany which was once a symbol of greatness to him"
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"But just as haste and restlessness are typical of our present-day life, so change also takes place more rapidly than before. This applies to change in the relationships between nations as it does to change within an individual nation"
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"To walk behind others on a road you are traveling together, to give precedence to others without envy - this is painful for an individual and painful for a nation"
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"The history of nations shows that words are not always immediately followed by action"
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"No change in the balance of political parties can alter the general determination that no class should be excluded from contributing to and sharing responsibility for the state"
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"Here we encounter two conflicting concepts with which we must come to grips in our time: the idea of national solidarity and the idea of international cooperation"
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"For the victor peace means the preservation of the position of power which he has secured. For the vanquished it means resigning himself to the position left to him"
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"A people that has experienced all that the Germans have been through, naturally offers fertile soil for the extremists"
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"Just as the child is father to the man, so the impressions of one's youth remain the most vivid in manhood"
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"Just as the British subject loves England despite her faults, so we must insist that all Germans who were part of the old Germany and helped shape her, recognize the greatness and worthiness of present-day Germany"
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"Mankind advances only through struggle"
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"If one seeks to analyze experiences and reactions to the first postwar years, I hope one may say without being accused of bias that it is easier for the victor than for the vanquished to advocate peace"
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"During the past few years I have led a sometimes hard battle for German foreign policy"
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"Dante can be understood only within the context of Italian thought, and Faust would be unthinkable if divorced from its German background; but both are part of our common cultural heritage"
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"As a result of the World War, this old Germany collapsed. It collapsed in its constitution, in its social order, in its economic structure. Its thinking and feeling changed"
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"This old Germany was partly defeated in its conflict with the progressive ideas of socialism, for it had given the people nothing that could serve as a successful alternative to socialism"
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"The life of the individual is a continuous combat with errors and obstacles, and no victory is more satisfying than the one achieved against opposition"
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"I must begin by saying something about the old Germany. That Germany, too, suffered from superficial judgment, because appearances and reality were not always kept apart in people's minds"
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"Voices were heard from the United States of America which made it clear that America wanted a peaceful and united Europe as a basis for mutual cooperation"
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"The great men of a nation reach out to all mankind. They are unifying, not divisive; internationally conciliating and still great nationally"
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"Nothing in the reporting of a nation's history could so mislead the younger generation as to represent great events in such a way that they appear to have happened as a matter of course"
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"In every man the memory of the struggles and the heroes of the past is alive. But these memories are not incompatible with the desire for peace in the future"
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"Historians still often see the end of the war as meaning nothing more for Germany than lost territories, lost participation in colonization, and lost assets for the state and individuals. They frequently overlook the most serious loss that Germany suffered"


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