If you want peace, prepare for the war.
In war, discipline is superior to strength; but if that discipline is neglected there is no longer any difference between the soldier and the peasant.
Few men are born brave. Many become so through training and force of discipline.
Who would desire peace should be prepared for war.
Men are seldom born brave but they acquire courage through training and discipline - a handful of men inured to war proceed to certain victory; while on the contrary numerous armies of raw and undisciplined troops are but multitudes of men dragged to the slaughter.
To seduce the enemies soldiers from their allegiance and encourage them to surrender is of special service, for an adversary is more hurt by desertion than by slaughter.
Opportunity in war is usually of greater value than bravery... Terrain is often of more value than bravery... Bravery is of more value than numbers.
No great dependence is to be placed on the eagerness of young soldiers for action...fighting is agreeable to those who are strangers to it.
When men find they must inevitably perish, they willingly resolve to die with their comrades and with their arms in their hands.
An army is strengthened by labor and enervated by idleness.
Valor is superior to number.
The courage of a soldier is heightened by his knowledge of his profession.
Let him who desires peace prepare for war.
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