What is the meaning of Success has many fathers while failure is an orphan?
Success is claimed by many but failure is denied by everyone
Victory has thousand fathers Defeat has XXXX Transcript of McCain on The Tonight Show Jay Leno say Jack Kennedy didnt use the word orphan. so what word was used by Jack Kennedy instead of orphan?
by your grandfather's grandfather's grandfather. Likely an untraceable axiom with very slight variations, Mussolini's son-in-law Count Ciano used in his WWII diaries. John F. Kennedy made it memorable in a speech. The attributin is correct, but the words are slightly different. Originally success was victory and failure was defeat. JFK accepted the blame for the failure of the Bay of Pigs invasion. He used the saying in its original form.
There are many candidates and they all have their advocates. Among the leading contenders for the (practically meaningless) title, Charles Babbage, Konrad Zuse, John Atanasoff and John von Neumann. "Success has many fathers; failure is an orphan." Alan Turing is generally recognized as "the father of computer science", which some people confuse with "the father of modern computers". Computer science is to computers as astronomy is to telescopes. Alan Turing. John von Neumann Charles Babbage…
As she was a orphan , it is hard to tell who exactly were her parents , she was called Normah Jean. wtf? no she wasn't. it was spelled Norma Jeane. They Knew Who Her Mother, Gladys, was. her fathers name is still unknown. she was an orphan because her mother was put into a mental institution at a young age.