World War I was over. The Treaty of Versailles had been signed two years before.
And Germany, the biggest loser from the war, had been stuck with both the blame and the bill.
Germany’s war debt-- which it owed not only for its own war-related expenses, but also for reparations to the victors-- was devastating.
They didn’t have the money, so they started printing it.
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