quotes facts Selected as the most interesting among culture related questions in Culture quiz Who said these words: "I am not interested in the law, I am interested in justice."Adolf Hitler. Speech of Adolf Hitler in 1936 in front of the ReichstagCreated by: Tschuka famous people facts » Whose words are "My kingdom for a horse"?Richard III. This famous phrase originally occurred in Act-V, Scene-IV of William Shakespeare’s play, Richard III. Here, King Richard III yells out loudly this famous phrase, “A horse, a horse! My kingdom for a horse!” In the middle of a battle, his horse is killed, while the king wanders to find it in the battlefield for hours, killing everything coming his way with fatalistic rage.Created by: Tschuka theater facts » “Life is like a box of chocolate, you never know what you're going to get.” Which movie is this quotation from?Forrest Gump. “Life is like a box of chocolate, you never know what you're going to get.” comes from the movie; " Forrest Gump" The film was directed by Robert Zemeckis and stars Tom Hanks, Robin Wright, Created by: Tschuka movie facts » Who said; "I know that I know nothing " ?Socrates. The phrase "I know that I know nothing","The only thing I know, is that I know nothing" or "I know one thing; that I know nothing", sometimes called the Socratic paradox, is a well-known saying that is derived from Plato's account of the Greek philosopher Socrates. Created by: Tschuka antiquity facts » When did Julius Caesar use the words "Veni, vidi, vici"?After a quick victory over the King of Pontus. In 47 p.n.e. King of Pontus Pharnaces II challenged Rome. Caesar led the flashy five-day campaign ended with a decisive victory at Zela. In a letter to the Senate he summed it up "I came; I saw; I conquered".Created by: Katarzyna Dąbrowskaancient Rome facts » Who said “I think therefore I am”?René Descartes (Descartes). French philosopher and mathematician René Descartes (1596-1650), known as the Father of Modern Philosophy, declared "I think therefore I am." In addition, much of his philosophical thinking lead him to speculate about the connection between the mind and the body, which is what this quote focuses upon. Created by: Tschuka history facts » In which direction was Julius Caesar crossing the Rubicon?From north to south. Julius Caesar's crossing the Rubicon (on his road from Gallia to Rome) was an event in 49 BC that precipitated the Roman Civil War, which ultimately led to Caesar's becoming dictator for life and the rise of the imperial era of Rome.Created by: Ninjaiancient history facts » Play culture quiz and see all the questions.