The Story of Liberty
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Of the love or hatred God has for the 
English, I know nothing, but I do know 
that they will all be thrown out of France, 
except those who die there.- Joan of Arc

I would rather die than do 
something which I know to 
be a sin, or to be against 
Gods will.
Joan of Arc

Children say that people are hung 
sometimes for speaking the truth.
Joan of Arc

Act, and God will act.
Joan of Arc

King of England, and you, duke of Bedford, 
who call yourself regent of the kingdom of 
France... settle your debt to the king of 
Heaven; return to the Maiden, who is envoy 
of the king of Heaven, the keys to all the 
good towns you took and violated in 
France.
Joan of Arc

I was in my thirteenth year when I heard a voice 
from God to help me govern my conduct. And 
the first time I was very much afraid.
Joan of Arc

Since God had commanded it, it was necessary 
that I do it. Since God commanded it, even if I 
had a hundred fathers and mothers, even if I had 
been a Kings daughter, I would have gone 
nevertheless.- Joan of Arc


If I am not, may God put me there; and 
if I am, may God so keep me.
Joan of Arc


I am not afraid... I was born to do 
this.- Joan of Arc


You say that you are my judge; I 
do not know if you are; but take 
good heed not to judge me ill, 
because you would put yourself in 
great peril.- Joan Of Arc

Brehal drew up his final 
summary in June 1456, which 
describes Joan as a martyr and 
implicated the late Pierre 
Cauchon with heresy for 
having convicted an innocent 
woman in pursuit of a secular 
vendetta.


One life is all we have and 
we live it as we believe in 
living it. But to sacrifice 
what you are and to live 
without belief, that is a fate 
more terrible than dying.
Joan of Arc

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