Benjamin Disraeli was a politician and writer from Great Britain, who went on to serve his country as the Prime Minister on two occasions and remains one of the most revered figures in British history. Disraeli was also the first and till date the only Jewish person to have become the Prime Minister of Britain. Disraeli was a great political thinker who is credited with laying the foundations of what is now known as the Conservative Party and the ‘one nation conservatism’ that went on to become the dominant political choice of Great Britain for a long time. He became a member of the House of Commons in 1837 and served as the Leader of the House of Commons as well as the Chancellor of the Exchequer, before briefly becoming the Prime Minister in 1868. He became the Prime Minister for the second time in 1874 and was hailed for his diplomatic triumphs. Disraeli was also a published author and some of his well-known books include ‘Henrietta Temple’, ‘The New Generation’, and ‘Two Nations’ among others. Disraeli was not only a great political thinker but also an intellectual of rare gift and here are some of his most famous quotes that you would surely find interesting.