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Included among the Reparation Papers are a complete statement of Germany's postwar obligations, descriptions of meetings of the Committee of Experts and the Committee of Jurist, details of the Dawes Plan and the Young Plan for reparations, and an examination of military restrictions. There are reports on the Reichsbank, German industries, and the vital Ruhr district. The complexities of 20th-century Germany cannot be completely understood without reference to World War I reparations, and the Reparation Papers is the definitive source for this area of study.
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