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It is evidently a play money banknote that is modeled after the BBk I series in print from 1960–1970 (while the whole design was indeed issued until 1990). Reasons: The serial number seems not only to be coloured wrongly, but also has characters all of the same height. This was changed mid-series in 1975: the red numbers would then start with characters ...


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By combining the three tables, of known Me262 losses; claims by USAAF; and claims by RAF, in Foreman, Me 262 Combat Diary (1990), assuming that the German numbers are correct, and also that all the dates are as stated, I have obtained the following statistics. In some cases both USAAF & RAF claim the same Me262, and in one case it is not clear which type ...


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The initial sum was paid out against the ration card of each person in 2 installments (21st June 1948: DM 40 and 2 months later 20). All cash had to paid into a special account by the 26th June 1948 (Reichsbank-Abwicklungskonto). RM 600 was reducted as the payment of the DM 60. Eventually the remaining sum was made available at a rate of RM 10:0.65 DM. ...


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