I'm interested in reading some passages from Julius Caesar, so that I can practice my Latin and get a better sense of classical prose. I don't have time to read the entire Bellum Gallicum or Bellum Civile in Latin, but I would like to read some of the more interesting parts.
I'm looking for passages up to 15 lines in length from either of his memoirs. What do you think are some especially moving, insightful, or historically important passages that fit this criteria? If you could give the book and the line numbers, along with a short description, I would be very grateful.