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Sprenger, Bernd
February 2013
Die Bank;feb2013, Issue 2, p9
The article discusses the big inflation in Germany in 1923. The author mentions that Germany fell into a spiral of growing public debt and rising inflation. Information on writers writing about the inflation in literature is presented such as Erich Maria Remarque. Also included is information on the end of the inflation and the new currency.


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