lieutenant-general in the British Army, writer, founder and Chief Scout of the Scout Movement (1857-1941)
Robert Baden-Powell was the person who started the scouting movement.
- "The most worth-while thing is to try to put happiness into the lives of others."
- Simple: The thing that is best to do is to try to make others happy.
- "Leave this world a little better than you found it."
- Simple: While you're alive try to make things better.
- "The secret of sound education is to get each pupil to learn for himself, instead of instructing him by driving knowledge into him on a stereotyped system."
- Simple: The way to teach students is to let them learn on their own, instead of using a rigid system and teach many the same thing.
- Letter (September, 1940)
- Baden-Powell's Last Message (1945)
- The Scouter (January, 1912)