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Churchill delivered this speech to an American audience, but after reading it one might conclude it could have been given in any western country. Why did he pick the US?Winston Churchill gave this speech to a crowd of 40,000 in the gymnasium at Westminster College in Futon Missouri. He delivered his speech to an American audience because he admired the US tremendously stating that it had reached such great powers that no other nation has yet exceeded. Since it was so powerful and successful the US was a great choice to open up opportunities for saving misguided humanity. Winston knew that America was responsible for making many changes in the world. Great choice he made because he gained extensive media coverage during this Iron Curtain speech.All in all, Winston Churchill was an idealist, a great writer, a soldier, and a prime minister. He accomplished many things in politics and with treaties. Even though he did not win the re-election for prime minister he still was able to propose the Iron Curtain Speech. Despite
IRON CURTAIN SPEECH6whether some believe that his speech was what caused the cold war, either way it marked an immense part of 20thcentury history and he will never be forgotten.
IRON CURTAIN SPEECH7ReferencesJOHN CANNON. "Churchill,Sir Winston Leonard Spencer." The Oxford Companion to British History. 2002. Retrieved from Encyclopedia.com: Brower, D., Sanders, T. (07/2013).The World in the Twentieth Century, 7th Edition. [VitalSource Bookshelf Online]. Retrieved from The History Guide, Lectures on Twentieth Century Europe. (1946). Winston Churchill's Iron Curtain Speech. Retrieved from

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