Inspiring Quotes by Adm Hochschild

I think the   tradition of well-written history hasn't been squashed out of the academic   world as much in Britain as it has in the United States.

No international   court can ever substitute for a working national justice system. Or for a   society at peace.

I think that, in   almost all human beings, there is buried a profound tribal instinct that   makes us very susceptible to being aroused to patriotic fervour.


Someday, I have no   doubt, the dead from today's wars will be seen with a similar sense of sorrow   at needless loss and folly as those millions of men who lie in the cemeteries   of France and Belgium - and tens of millions of Americans will feel a similar   revulsion for the politicians and generals who were so spendthrift with   others' lives.

The first World War   in so many ways shaped the 20th century and really remade our world for the   worse.

Newt Gingrich   seldom misses a chance to note that he is a historian.