The Inter-Ally Debts: An Analysis of War and Post-War Public Finance, 1914-1923

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Statistical Tables
PAGE
Pre-War StatusExpenditures of Each Belligerent322
Receipts of Each Belligerent323
Debts of Each Belligerent324
Cost of the WarFor the Six Years, "Currency" dollars325
For the Six Years, "1913" dollars13
Year by Year, "1913" dollars19
Expenses Classified, "1913" dollars16
First Part, "Currency" dollars326
First Part, "1913" dollars327
Second Part, "Currency" dollars328
Second Part, "1913" dollars329
How the War
Was Paid For
Six Years, "Currency" dollars330
Six Years, "1913" dollars331
Year by Year Receipts, "1913" dollars43
First Part, "Currency" dollars332
First Part, "1913" dollars333
Second Part, "Currency" dollars334
Second Part, "1913" dollars335
National Debts"Currency" dollars136
"1913" dollars 1917337
Basis New York Exchange338
"Currency" dollars339
"1913 " dollars 1920340
Basis New York Exchange341
"Currency" dollars342
"1913" dollars 1923343
Basis New York Exchange344
Inter-Nation
Debts
April, 1917121
November, 1918345
In 1920346
In 1923348
Wholesale Price Index Numbers, 1914 to 1923350
Payments Due Annually by Great Britain Account of Debt to the
United States
351
Estimated Wealth of the States of the United States352

All money statistics are expressed in dollars. Unless otherwise noted, foreign currencies have been converted at exchange parities. Such figures are stated as "currency" dollars, or simply as dollars. Where the expres­ sion " 1913" dollars is used, it means that the actual or currency figures have been re-stated in terms of the purchasing power of money in 1913. For detailed explanation, see pages 14 and 319.

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