Facts about Kelly Miller

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Kelly Miller was a famous Sociologist from USA, who lived between July 23, 1863 and December 29, 1939. He/she became 76 years old.

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He/she is born under the zodiac leo, who is known for Ruling, Warmth, Generosity, Faithful, Initiative. Our collection contains 18 quotes who is written / told by Kelly.

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Famous quotes by Kelly Miller (18)


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"The year 1915 was one of meager results, the advantages remaining on the side of the Central Powers, with this understanding, however: The Allies were growing stronger because Great Britain was making rapid progress in marshaling her resources for war"
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"No American can read the story of the part America took in the war without experiencing a glow of patriotic feeling. Every Allied nation can say the same thing"
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"In the early days of his reign, Bismarck confided to a friend that it would some day be necessary for Germany to confine William II in an insane asylum"
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"I see that the path of progress has never taken a straight line, but has always been a zigzag course amid the conflicting forces of right and wrong, truth and error, justice and injustice, cruelty and mercy"
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"The French were generous in giving us assistance in corps and army artillery, with its personnel, and we were confident from the start of our superiority over the enemy in guns of all calibers"
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"Kara Braxton, she's a great player, so I think they can go far this year"
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"In 1917 - as we have seen, - Italy suffered a great reverse, losing 200,000 soldiers and immense supplies"
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"The success of the Allies in the west was in a measure offset by Teutonic victories in the east. When the invasion of Belgium began, Russia made immediate efforts to counteract by invasion of East Prussia"
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"For a century after the reign of Frederick, Prussia remained the most prominent Germanic state in Europe"
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"When the armistice was declared American forces had fought their way to Sedan"
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"The Engineer Corps is charged with all construction, including light railways and roads"
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"With Germany herself falling, it is not strange that the nations leagued with her also went down to defeat"
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"To meet the shortage of supplies from America, due to lack of shipping, the representatives of the different supply departments were constantly in search of available material and supplies in Europe"
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"Moreover, broad plans commensurate with our national purpose and resources would bring conviction of our power to every soldier in the front line, to the nations associated with us in the war, and to the enemy"
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"Having achieved such signal successes in the east, Russia and Roumania being both disposed of, the German leaders planned a campaign designed to crush Italy"
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"The eventual place the American army should take on the western front was to a large extent influenced by the vital question of communication and supply"
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"The collapse of Russia was the second great event of 1917"
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"Germany expected that at the most a day or so would see Belgian resistance broken and the dash on Paris begun. It was not safe to start such a forward rush with Belgium unconquered"


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