The Dangers of Printing Money
In the years following World War I, Germany took to printing money to help meet expenses. With inflation spiraling and the mark plummeting, things worsened when the French occupied Germany's industrial Ruhr region. Workers, the middle class and pensioners were hit hardest by the crisis by the crisis. Here, the Salvation Army serves hungry Berliners in the dark days of 1923.
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