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    It felt vulnerable being surrounded by hostile democratic states and preferred to have smaller communist states protecting it, thus the Iron Curtain descended. The Iron Curtain refers to an imaginary barrier through Europe that separated Russia and its communist allies from the rest of the democratic nations in the west. The states on each side of the Iron Curtain acted as buffer states in case of war. America on the other hand was not at all concerned about its security. Many other western countries

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    Why Stalin Built The Iron Curtain The Iron Curtain was the term used in the West to refer to the boundary line, which divided Europe into to separate areas of political influence. This was set up from the end of World War Two until the end of the Cold War. During this period, Eastern Europe was under control and influence of the Soviet Union (USSR,) where as Western Europe enjoyed freedom. It was a border set up by Joseph Stalin, the ruler of the USSR in the years after the Second World

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    Section A: The topic for this investigation is to question whether or not the Iron curtain speech also known as The Sinews of peace by Winston Churchill in 1946 was a true reflection of the situation in Europe at the time. The geographical region is mainland Europe. The scope or period for this question is from 1945, a year before the speech- 1956 to when the predictions could be said/argued to be true. The method used to answer this question is by using different sources, primary and secondary sources

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    Brave New World:  Hitler and the Iron Curtain In his foreword to the novel Brave New World, Aldous Huxley envisioned what the world would be like if we were all "under the iron curtain" when he wrote: "To make them love it is the task assigned, in present- day totalitarian states, to ministries of propaganda…." (Huxley page #)  Thus, through hypnopaedic teaching (brainwashing), mandatory attendance to community gatherings, and allusions to prominent political dictators, Huxley bitterly satirized

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    the British ships in their range was due to the British Navy having a blockade on the International waters. The German Navy would of most likely continued with the submarine blockade if it wasn’t for the threat of the United States. (Iron Curtain) The Iron Curtain is a metaphor described by Winston Churchill, it depicts how the war was causing a metaphorical wall between barriers. The saying was brought to be, due to the Allies having control over the west and the German forces hold the East. This

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    The iron curtain was metaphorical reference to the Berlin Wall that political and ideologically divided the USSR and other communist countries from the rest of the world. The term of “The Iron Curtain” expression became prominent in a speech given by former Prime Minister of Great Britain, Winston Churchill at West Minster College. Churchill’s states “From Stettin in the Baltic to Triest in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the Continent. Behind that line lie all the capitals of

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    to what was known as the Cold War. The start of Cold War can be simply defined as the period of time whereby both powers were simultaneously hostile to each other and the idea of peaceful cooperation could not exist anymore. Churchill’s Iron Curtain Speech was a warning of Soviet influence beyond Eastern Europe. Churchill believed that the idea of a balance in power did not appeal to the Soviets and he encouraged Western democracies to stand together in prevention of further spreading of

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    primarily perceived as 'what NASA does'. This perception is - in many respects - a valid one. Superpower rivalry during the Cold War ramped up U.S. and Soviet space efforts to a scale that Western Europe had no motive to match.” Martin Rees The Iron Curtain was the name for the 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. A term symbolizing the efforts by the soviet to block itself and its satellite states from open contact

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    George Orwell's 1984

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    many important events have occurred in history since the publication of 1984 by George Orwell in 1949. In no specific order there would be the Holocaust, The creation of the United Nations, NATO (North Atlantic treaty Organization), and even The Iron Curtain being established. After 1984 was published huge events also occurred in history. There was the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Korean war, the Vietnam War, the creation of the Berlin Wall, and the destruction of the Berlin wall, Joseph Stalin dies,

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    The Rise of International Business No nation in the world is self-sufficient. Each involved at different levels of international business by selling what they produce, or acquiring what they lack. In the global world, the mutual dependencies between countries are called global interdependency. International business, importing - exporting goods, and international investments highly contribute to global interdependency. In recent years, the mutual dependencies between countries have shifted with the

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