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Title Inflation, Ein-Millionen-Markschein Info non-talk.svg
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Ein Million-Markschein als Rechnungsblock. Findige Leute benutzen die Rückseite des Einmillionenscheines zum Schreiben; ein neuer Block würde Milliarden kosten. EN: A one million mark note used as a notepad. Resourceful people used the back of the 1m mark notes to write notes; a notepad would cost billions.
Depicted place Inflation
Date October 1923
Photographer Unknown
Aktuelle-Bilder-Centrale, Georg Pahl (Bild 102)
Accession number Bild 102-00193
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