That was what, ultimately, war did to you. It was not the physical dangers--the mines at sea, the bombs from the air... - Agatha Christie Quotes
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Quote:That was what, ultimately, war did to you. It was not the physical dangers--the mines at sea, the bombs from the air, the crisp ping of a rifle bullet as you drove over a desert track. No, it was the spiritual danger of learning how much easier life was if you ceased to think. - Agatha Christie Quotes


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