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Running head: CHURCHILL’S “IRON CURTAIN” SPEECH
Churchill’s “Iron Curtain” Speech
CHURCHILL’S “IRON CURTAIN” SPEECH
The term “iron curtain” was used around between 1945 and 1991 during the cold war era
to explain the boundary which separated the Warsaw pact nations from the NATO nations. The
iron curtain existed both physically and ideologically to represent the division image of Europe
after the second world war and during the cold war. The east of the iron curtain was represented
by countries whose political, social and economic systems were influenced by the former Soviet
Union and included East Germany, Romania, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Hungary. (Churchill,
2009). The west of the iron curtain consisted of democratically governed countries, whose
ideologies were completely different from countries in the east of the iron curtain. The iron
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