GERMANY: Living Conditions

The New York Globe, continuing its series of articles on the German industrialists, said about the Reich: " Through the inflation of the currency, the German State (Reich) has reduced its debt to its citizens from over $30,000,000,000 to a few millions. The rent law which fixes rent at a twentieth to a fiftieth, of the normal figure has taken hundreds of millions of dollars annually from the house owners." About the people: " How do they live? The petty officials of the Government, who receive $10 a month; the physicians who...

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