1923 Germany hyper inflation . Germany missed a reparation payment and with strikes and a economy wrecked by war lead to hyperinflation. With little manufactured at the time there was more money chasing fewer goods. In Jan 1923 a loaf of bread cost 250 Mo and by Nov 1923 it risen to 200,000 mis.
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1960: The year The Beatles formed, a loaf of bread cost 5p and a house £2,530
A friend of mine, for as long as I can remember, would say, "A loaf of bread costs what it costs, and you can eat only so much bread. Why would you buy more bread then you could ever use? In my younger years I would chuckle to myself.
When hyperinflation drove Germans to use money as kindling