Yugoslavia currencies during World War II


Hello,

I'm into collecting Yugoslavia countries now and would like to nkow more about their currencies during WWII German occupation. Looking for information on the currencies of occupied Yugoslavia, mainly the rates at which the Serbian dinar and Croatian kuna replaced the Yugoslav dinar, and the exchange rates to the German Reichsmark.

Thanks, Tallulah.

Hi,

Albania = 100 Albanian francs = 81 reichsmarks (RM)
Belgium = 100 belgas (=500 Belgian francs) = 40 RM
Belgium = from 1943 on: = 25 RM
Bulgaria = 100 leva = 3.1 RM
Croatia = 100 kuna = 5 RM
Denmark = 100 crowns = 52.3 RM [see note #1 below]
Finland = 100 marks = 5.1 RM
France = 100 francs = 5 RM
General Gov't of Poland = 100 zlotys = 50 RM
Greece = 100 drachmas = 1.67 RM (the value of the mark constantly increased)
Great Britain = 100 pounds = 991 RM
Hungary = 100 pengo = 60.9 RM
Italy = 100 lira = 13.2 RM
Italy = from September 1943 on: = 10 RM
Luxembourg = 100 francs = 10 RM [see note #2 below]
Netherlands = 100 guilders (or Dutch florins) = 132.7 RM
Norway = 100 crowns = 56.9 RM [see note #3 below]
Protectorate of Bohemia & Moravia = 100 crowns = 10 RM
Romania = 100 lei = 1.67 RM [see note #4 below]
Switzerland = 100 francs = 58 RM
Serbia = 100 dinar = 5 RM
Slovakia = 100 crowns = 8.6 RM
Ukraine = 100 karbowanez = 10 RM
USA = 100 dollars = 250.2 RM
USSR = 100 rubles = 47.2 RM
USSR = 100 rubles = 10 RM (from June 22, 1944 onward)

Source: Hitler's Beneficiaries– Plunder, Racial War, and the Nazi Welfare State

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