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Daily Quiz for September 7, 2013

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This person was the first to use the phrase "Iron Curtain" in relation to the USSR.

  • Winston Churchill
  • Ethel Snowden
  • Joseph Goebbels
  • Joseph Stalin

One Response to “Daily Quiz for September 7, 2013”

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    Robert Kapanjie says:

    Ethel Snowden may have been the first to coin the phrase " iron curtain" but the most famous and the one most people associate associate this term with is Churchill's speech at Westminster college in Fulton Missouri in 1946.

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