Non sibi sed patriae
Non sibi sed patriae is a Latin phrase meaning "not for self, but country".
The phrase is inscribed on some war memorials, such as the First World War memorial in Newcastle Upon Tyne called The Response. This was created by the Welsh artist Sir William Goscombe John in 1923 and unveiled by the Prince of Wales Edward VIII; it is on the grounds of the Civic Centre at Barras Bridge.
- "The Response, a memorial to those who died in the Great War, situated in the grounds of the Civic Centre at Barras Bridge".
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- Krulak, General Charles C. (16 May 1998), Non Sibi Sed Patriae — Commencement Remarks for the Uniformed Services University at the DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, DC, retrieved 4 April 2014
- "Brief History United States Naval Academy", Official U.S. Navy Web Site, United States Naval Academy, 2009