When men unnaturally fight against their own countrymen, they are always observed to be more unnaturally cruel and filled with rage than they are against any other enemy.

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A Child's History of England

itemWhen men unnaturally fight against their own countrymen, they are always observed to be more unnaturally cruel and filled with rage than they are against any other enemy” is a quotation taken from the Charles Dickens book A Child’s History of England. Chapter 22. England under Henry the Sixth: Part the Third.

item A Child’s History of England is a historical work by Charles Dickens. It first appeared in serial form in the periodical Household Words, running from January 25, 1851 to December 10, 1853.

 

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