The term “iron curtain” was based on an actual iron curtain that german theaters used to separate the stage from the audience in case of a fire. who or what did the “iron curtain” of the cold war separate? democratic nations from communist nations the soviet union from its allies the united states from europe europe from asia
I believe the correct answer would be A. Democratic nations from communist nations.
The Iron Curtain was the name for the physical boundary dividing Europe into two separate areas from the end of World War II in 1945 until the end of the Cold War in 1991. The term symbolizes the efforts by the Soviet Union to block itself and its satellite states from open contact with the West and its allied states. On the east side of the Iron Curtain were the countries that were connected to or influenced by the Soviet Union, while on the west side were the countries that were allied to the United States or nominally neutral.
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2. Winston’s famous iron curtain speech helped predict the start of the Cold War. He was one of the first to be suspicious of the Russians and is shown trying to get a glimpse of what they’re up to.
3. The iron curtain is dividing communism and capitalism. The union’s way of doing things and the western countries’ freedom.
4. The cartoon shows everyone on the russians’s side working and slaving away but no one on the other side doing anything. They are watching and trying to figure out what is going on but they are not taking action.
1. The name Joe stands for Joseph Stalin who ruled the Soviet Union with an iron fist after world war 2 ended. He also ruled various other Eastern European countries by proxy since he had them work as satellite states. He represents the Soviet Union and all other countries that he had cut off from the remainder of Europe
2. Churchill is looking under the curtain because he wants to get other countries away from the Soviets. He believed that other countries who weren't a part of the soviet union but still were communist countries should be freed from Soviet Union's grasp. It's called an iron curtain because it's a metaphor for strict separation of the two worlds.
3. The primary differences are in the economic model that the two sides employed. West of the curtain there was liberal capitalism while totalitarian communism existed on the other side. The capitalist side was also more liberal when it came to governing those countries as they were mostly democratic, while those east of the curtain had one party systems and were mostly totalitarian.
4. A symbol that can be seen is the background of the eastern part. Unlike in the western part, the eastern part shows heavy industrialization and the world looks dreary, almost like a camp. This is because during the cold war period following world war 2 the Soviets understood that they had to industrialize rapidly in order to catch up to the western world when it came to power and economic prosperity. They focused on heavy industry and in many places the country did look like it looks on the comic.
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an academic article analyzing Winston Churchill’s “Iron Curtain” speech
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A. a 1980s rebuttal of Winston Churchill's "Iron Curtain" speech
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Question- Based on the excerpt from the “Iron Curtain Speech,” what was Winston Churchill’s point of view concerning the Soviet Union in 1946?
Answer- He expressed the view that Russia does not desire war, but cautioned that Moscow does desire the fruits of war and the indefinite expansion of its power and policies.” Churchill called on the United States to form a “fraternal association” with Britain.The American public reacted negatively to the speech.