this pressed: German banknotes being used as wallpaper at the height of Weimar hyperinflation, 1923 — OnThisDay & Facts

2 responses to “this pressed: German banknotes being used as wallpaper at the height of Weimar hyperinflation, 1923 — OnThisDay & Facts

  1. “o tempora, o mores…”

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    • Trad: “What times! What customs!”; from Cicero, Catilina I, 2

      obliti privatorum, publica curate! 9so you don’t get to repeat the wallpapering with another kind of banknotes (credit cards may be?)
      Good talk Melanie! ( we may think that our problems are unique, but history clearly point to cyclical reenactments

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