"The Library of Congress contains an image entitled: "Reparations Commission with Stevenson, 6/25/29".
If this is indeed the Inter-allied Reparations Commission then it decided on
the size and conditions of Germany's WWI wergild. As such they all exercised
a profound effect on numismatics in the 20th century. One had already
attached his signature to a large number of banknotes. Collectively their
decisions would contribute in no small manner to German's hyperinflation.
The LoC record does not identify them. Can the historians among e-Sylum
readers identify any or all of them? One at least may have been a U.S.
So, any good 20th century historians out there? Can anyone tell us who any of these people are?