1 US Dollar Worth Of German Paper Money During A Period Of Hyperinflation. 1923.
Saddled with Great War reparations and other war debts, the Weimar Republic resorted to printing large amounts of paper currency to appease its many creditors. Unsurprisingly, this did not help improve the value of the German currency — at the height of Weimar hyperinflation, 1 US dollar was worth more than 4.2 trillion German paper marks.
Other images of hyperinflation during the Weimar Republic: