Hyperinflation

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Which is NOT a reason why the German Mark lost value?
The French demanded large payments.
The Germans had to make payments with foreign money.
The Germans borrowed money to pay for World War I.
The French lost the war.
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Which best defines the word "inflation" as it is used in the third paragraph?
When the same amount of money purchases more than in the past
When the pictures on the money change
When the value of a currency drops
To increase the size of a balloon by blowing air into it
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Why do you believe this? Refer to the text in your answer.
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Which best expresses the main idea of the SECOND paragraph?
The German Mark lost value because of borrowing.
Germany and France fought against one another in World War I.
Many people died in World War I on all sides.
The French were wrong to increase taxes during war time.
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Which happened first?
The US Dollar was worth nine German Marks.
The Germans began making war payments to France.
German Marks were burned to provide heat.
The German Mark was replaced with the Retenmark.
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Which statement would the author most likely AGREE with?
It is important for a nation to have a stable currency.
Living in Germany during 1923 would be fun and exciting.
Inflation affects governments, not people.
The best way to pay for a long war is to borrow money.
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Why do you believe this? Explain your argument completely.
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According to the text, how did the German government respond to France's demands for war payments?
The Germans began selling luxury cars to foreign nations to raise the money.
The Germans made cuts and managed their resources wisely to meet payments.
The Germans printed a bunch of money and traded it for foreign currency.
The Germans raised taxes on their citizens and used the tax money to make payments.
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How was the Retenmark different from the paper Mark?
It came before the paper Mark and was printed on silver plates.
It was used to purchase land and gold and could not buy consumer goods.
It was printed under the close supervision of the US Government.
It was backed by land and gold and could not be endlessly printed.
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Which happened LAST?
The French demanded large payments from the Germans.
The Germans lost World War I.
The Germans cut 12 zeroes from the prices of their products.
The prices of goods skyrocketed into the billions.
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Which best defines the meaning of the word "ravaged" as used in the fourth paragraph?
Very angry
Overflowing with joy
Severely damaged
Beautifully colored with vegetation
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Which title would best express the main idea of this text?
Money Around the World: A Comparison of the Value of Money
Can I Borrow a Trillion? Inflation in Germany After World War I
Inflation: How It Works and How to Prevent It
World War I: A Costly Fight for All of Those Involved
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What is one lesson that can be learned from the text? Support your answer with quotes from the text. Explain your quotes and your argument thoroughly.
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Why did France demand that Germany repay their debt in foreign currency? Use evidence from the text to support your response.
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Why did the German Mark inflate so rapidly? Support your argument with information from the text.
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