„France was built with swords. The fleur-de-lis, symbol of national unity, is only the image of a spear with three pikes.“

La France fut faite à coups d'épée. La fleur de lys, symbole d'unité nationale, n'est que l'image d'un javelot à trois lances.
in La France et son armée.

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