Warsaw, Poland - A group of Polish historians have pooled their resources to tear down the Iron Curtain associated with the Cold War between the United States and Russia. The Cold War saw the nuclear buildup of both sides attempting to gain advantage over the other that lasted over 30 years from the 1960s to the 1990s.
University of Inreverse Professor Comiski Alostinski Stoshasinski of Warsaw, Poland, said he, and some of his top history students got together, and formed an historical organization for the preservation of the Iron Curtain.
"Vee must not forget vut happened during theese time, and vut the curtain means to all peoples of the vorld," the Professor stated.
The organization, called "Students for the Preservation of the Rusted Iron Curtain" is dedicated to disassembling the curtain, preserving it, and resurrecting it at an undisclosed site yet to be determined. "Another milestone for humanity," offered KGB Lt. General Vladivodivlad Petrovich Vladivodivladichev, when we asked him about the significance of the project.
Professor Stoshasinski's students have already started oiling the curtain in order for it to open and close again so it can be dismantled. "Vright now it eez stuuk, Vee can not open up," remarked grad student Wilhelm Von Stupidtz I.
Considering the scope of the project, the professor doesn't expect to be done before the turn of the century, right around the year 2100. "Theese Vall is big modder focker, thousand and thousand of kilometer long" remarked business owner Wilhelm Von Stupidtz II, no relation to Wilhelm Von Stupidtz I.
Asked where they might resurrect the huge curtain for public display, the Professor remarked, "Vee take one shtep at a time, no?"