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Iron Curtain is a Level 3 Order tenet in Civilization V: Brave New World.

Game InfoEdit

Free Courthouse upon city capture. Internal trade routes provide 50% more 20xFood5 Food or 20xProduction5 Production.

Civilopedia entryEdit

The Iron Curtain was the symbolic, ideological and physical boundary that separated the decadent West from the "orderly" Soviet Union from the end of World War II to the end of the Cold War. The term itself was first used in a speech by Winston Churchill in March 1946 expressing British dismay at the continued occupation and repression of various East European countries. Although initially derided, Churchill's view that the Iron Curtain served only to keep people in and information out came to be accepted, and the use of the metaphor for the European Communist bloc became universal.

BugsEdit

The in-game description of this tenet is somewhat misleading - the free Courthouse is awarded only if you annex a city immediately after capturing it. You do not gain the Courthouse if you liberate or puppet a city, even if you annex it right after making it a puppet.

Civilization V Ideological Tenets
Freedom Level 1 Avant GardeCapitalismCivil SocietyCovert ActionCreative ExpressionEconomic UnionUniversal Healthcare
Level 2 Arsenal of DemocracyNew DealTheir Finest HourUniversal SuffrageUrbanizationVolunteer Army
Level 3 Media CultureSpace ProcurementsTreaty Organization
Order Level 1 Double AgentsHero of the PeoplePatriotic WarSkyscrapersSocialist RealismUniversal HealthcareYoung Pioneers
Level 2 Academy of SciencesCultural RevolutionFive-Year PlanParty LeadershipResettlementWorkers' Faculties
Level 3 Dictatorship of the ProletariatIron CurtainSpaceflight Pioneers
Autocracy Level 1 Elite ForcesFortified BordersFuturismIndustrial EspionageMobilizationUnited FrontUniversal Healthcare
Level 2 Lightning WarfareMilitarismNationalismPolice StateThird AlternativeTotal War
Level 3 Clausewitz's LegacyCult of PersonalityGunboat Diplomacy