Stettin

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Stettin was, until 1945, the name of a city in Germany. It is now in modern-day Poland, to which it was transferred after World War II. It was renamed Szczecin at that time, but often retains its more English-friendly name in common parlance (for example, Winston Churchill's famous Iron Curtain speech.