Lord Mountbatten - Quotes

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My mother said, Don't worry abot what people think now. Think about whether your children and grandchildren will think you've done well. ---->>>

The primary factor in a successful attack is speed. ---->>>

Churchill was the canny political animal, very devious, bursting with energy and determination, learning as hard as he could. ---->>>

Prince Charles is an absolute Mountbatten. The real intelligence in the royal family comes through my parents to Prince Philip and the children. ---->>>

The team should have implicit confidence in the captain's decisions. ---->>>

I have been driven demented in my career. ---->>>

It is a curious thing, but I have been right in everything I have done and said in my life. ---->>>

My father was afraid of his father, I was afraid of my father, and I don't see why my children shouldn't be afraid of me. ---->>>

Never feel that a piece of criticism or advice is too much trouble to give, or that it exceeds your province. ---->>>

I am much more intelligent than you think. ---->>>

What do you do if you are asked to do a job, first by the Prime Minister, and then by the King? How can you refuse? ---->>>

Even that crazy lunatic, my aunt the Empress, wa absolutely sweet and charming. ---->>>

Here I am in my first command - a bit dazed but feeling very grand. ---->>>

I liked Truman very much. He was precise and businesslike. After a while, it was his turn. ---->>>

Men o' war were to be a part of the fabric of my life for the next half-century. ---->>>

No one person invented Mulberry. The knowledge that we had to have this floating harbor slowly grew. ---->>>

This is the war I fear. ---->>>

My trophy value exceeded my military usefulness. ---->>>

You can divide my life into two. ---->>>

I believe firmly that it was the Almighty's goodness, to check my consummate vanity. ---->>>

I suppose you can say I became an odd-job man. ---->>>

I was so keen to get back to sea. I was rattled. ---->>>

In 1966 I became president of the British Computer Society. ---->>>

It never entered my father's mind nor my mind ever to do a job othe than at one's best ability. ---->>>

I was born with an ability to concentrate very hard on a job for a long time. ---->>>


Nationality: British
Born: June 25, 1900
Die: 08-27, 1979
Occupation: Soldier

Admiral of the Fleet Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma, KG GCB OM GCSI GCIE GCVO DSO PC FRS (born Prince Louis of Battenberg; 25 June 1900 – 27 August 1979) was a British naval officer and statesman, an uncle of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and second cousin once removed of Elizabeth II (wikipedia)