I am still alive!
I’ve never felt better.
Ah, my God, I am dead!
6. John Sedgwick, 1864 (American Civil War General shot by a sniper):
They couldn’t hit an elephant at this distance.
If this is dying, then I don’t think much of it.
4. Queen Victoria, 1901 (British Queen):
Oh, that peace may come. (a reference to the war at the time in South Africa). Bertie! (Her husband, Prince Albert)
3. Heinrich Himmler, 1945 (Nazi leader, as he committed suicide by taking poison):
I am Heinrich Himmler.
2. Oscar Wilde, 1900:
I am dying, as I have lived – beyond my means.
1. Julius Caesar, 44 BC:
Et tu Brute? (You as well, Brutus?)