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It has been reliably estimated that the World War cost Germany more than 80,000,000,000 marks. What the country produced at home was paid for mainly with treasury notes covered by war loans which lost whatever value they had in the ensuing inflation period. What was bought abroad usually had to be paid for in cash.  >>more...>>

Title:     Will Europe Go to War?
Author:    Lore, Ludwig
Publication:     The Nation
Date:     July 31, 1937

Publisher:     The Nation
Type:     Article

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Europe
Germany
Permissions:     Permission granted for non-commercial, educational purposes by The Nation

Notes:     Vol. 145, No. 5, P. 127-129