The purpose of this occupation was that the Allies could obtain their share of the resources from here. Now the situation was that the spirit was occupied by France and Belgium, but the factories that worked in the factories were German workers.
But the German government made a bad decision: it ordered factory workers and husband's miners to pay for life at home if they didn't work. This step was taken with the purpose that allied forces occupied.
Why not make a profit to make use of resources, but announced that there was no money for salaries in the treasury? As a result, the government dabbled in currency bills,
damaging the nefarious two-carat coin of the German currency that was worth so much in 1923 that a double loaf of bread began unloading in Germany to receive two billion sellers.
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