Translation of Iron Curtain in Spanish:

Iron Curtain


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    • However, the Soviet invasion of 1968 placed Czechoslovakia firmly behind the Iron Curtain.
    • All these countries were on the wrong side of the Iron Curtain during the Age of Communism.
    • Once run by the Soviets during the reign of the Iron Curtain, Vaziani was a strategic point in Eastern Europe.
    • This all happened when the Iron Curtain divided Europe, and the world, into opposing camps.
    • Refugees from behind the Iron Curtain were fleeing a tyranny that threatened us all.
    • After some serious soul-searching I came to realise that the only reason for my sudden stardom was the fact that I was born west of the Iron Curtain.
    • But migration from Eastern Europe in those years was blocked by the Iron Curtain.
    • In the past 15 years, the former East bloc nations behind the Iron Curtain have become free and democratic.
    • However, he largely remained behind the Iron Curtain until 1978, when he defected to the West.
    • During the Cold War years, Western Europe encompassed the area to the west of the Iron Curtain.
    • During the Cold War we were careful to reach across the Iron Curtain.
    • A total of more than 300 million leaflets had gone over the Iron Curtain.
    • I grew up with a clear picture of the Iron Curtain too, since it was spoken of as though it were as coherent an artifact as the Berlin Wall.
    • The collapse of the Iron Curtain brought about a political revolution in Europe.
    • With the Iron Curtain gone, an originally Western European project has received a pan-European dimension.
    • Hungary was isolated behind the Iron Curtain that extended across Europe.
    • They greatly appealed to audiences behind the Iron Curtain and dictatorships of all kinds.
    • Churchill called the Soviet Russian Wall, the Iron Curtain.
    • Part of their job was to interrogate defectors and refugees from the Soviet regime on life behind the Iron Curtain.
    • There were many hopeful comments about the speech broadcast on Radio Free Europe poring in from friends who were stuck behind the Iron Curtain.