Entry from US English dictionary
The basic monetary unit of the Third Reich, replaced in 1948 by the Deutschmark.
- After they made it out of the extensive mob of passengers they exchanged their Reichsmarks for Francs.
- Personal belongings such as watches and trinkets were distributed or sold to SS personnel, but many valuables - including gold bars and currency - worth millions of Reichsmarks were also collected.
- In early 1942 Kodak's branch in Spain imported items from Germany worth at least 17,000 Reichsmarks.
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