Imperial Currencies after the Fall of Empires: The Conversion of the German Paper Mark and the Austro-Hungarian Crown at the End of the First World War

@article{Rig2020ImperialCA,
  title={Imperial Currencies after the Fall of Empires: The Conversion of the German Paper Mark and the Austro-Hungarian Crown at the End of the First World War},
  author={M. Rig{\'o}},
  journal={Central European History},
  year={2020},
  volume={53},
  pages={533 - 563}
}
  • M. Rigó
  • Published 2020
  • Political Science
  • Central European History
Abstract Following the 1918 collapse of the two major empires that ruled central Europe, Austria-Hungary and Germany, successor states inherited billions of increasingly depreciating paper monies. The conversion of imperial currencies posed enormous difficulties for successor states and exposed the limits of an emerging international order that rendered the pan-European predicament of defunct imperial currencies the problem of individual states. This article compares the first, and one of the… Expand

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