Another possible answer is that it hardened the USA people's opinion on USSR 's behavior of expansionist. A supporting evidence is that opinion polled showed that 35% people trusted USSR in 1946. This is to be compared 55% in 1945. Thus this further influenced the containment policy by Harry Truman
Churchills most famous speech was known as the Iron Curtain.
Winston Churchill's "Iron Curtain Speech", also called "The Sinews of Peace", was given on March 5, 1946 at Westminster College in Fulton Missouri.
Winston Churchill gave his famous Iron Curtain speech on March 5, 1946
Sir Winston Churchill gave that speech, the Iron Curtain was the Soviet border.
Winston Churcill in the Iron Curtain speech.
Winston Churchill gave his Iron Curtain Speech at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri.
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No, that was coined by Winston Churchill in a speech.
The Iron Curtain
The dangers of communism in his 'Iron Curtain' speech.
The first reference of an Iron Curtain was in a speech by Winston Churchill shortly after WW2
Winston Churchill made the iron curtain speech at Westminster college in Fulton, Missouri. There is currently a museum dedicated to him and the circumstances surrounding the speech on campus. For the 50th anniversary of the speech there was a black tie dinner attended by several members of his family as well as Margaret Thatcher. I was fortunate enough to sit with her for about ten minutes as we enjoyed two glasses of wine and she lightheartedly compared her own style and public perception to Winston. There is also a restaurant/pub in Fulton named Sir Winston's in honor of that brief moment in history.
The iron curtain speech took place on March 5th 1946 at Westminster college in Fulton Missouri.
Winston Churchill gave his "Iron Curtain" speech on March 5, 1946 in Fulton, MO. Actually the first person to use the phrase "Iron Curtain" was Joseph Geobbels.
Winston Churchill in a speech in 1946.
It was given by Sir Winston Churchill.
Winston Churchill coined this phrase