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Iron Curtain
used in The Lords of Discipline

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a phrase popularized by Winston Churchill in 1946 to describe the demarcation between democratic and communist countries in Europe
  • I helped land the victorious Army of the Pacific during World War II, I was a roving ambassador for President Eisenhower, have met the crowned heads of Europe and half the leaders of the Iron Curtain countries, so you will excuse me if I'm not suitably impressed by your idle, cowardly threats.
    Chapter 4.47 (16% in)

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