"Whoever does not have the stomach for this fight, let him depart, give him his money to speed his departure, since we wish not to die in this man’s company.
"Whoever lives past today and comes home safely will rouse himself every year on this day and show his neighbor his scars, and tell him stories of their great feats in battle. These stories he will teach his son and from this day until the end of the world we shall be remembered.
"We few…we happy few…we band of brothers.
"For whoever has shed his blood with me shall be my brother."
-William Shakespeare, Henry V, Act IV Scene III. High-res

"Whoever does not have the stomach for this fight, let him depart, give him his money to speed his departure, since we wish not to die in this man’s company.

"Whoever lives past today and comes home safely will rouse himself every year on this day and show his neighbor his scars, and tell him stories of their great feats in battle. These stories he will teach his son and from this day until the end of the world we shall be remembered.

"We few…we happy few…we band of brothers.

"For whoever has shed his blood with me shall be my brother."

-William Shakespeare, Henry V, Act IV Scene III.

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