In January 1933, when Hitler came to power, there were 739 million marks of gold in the German Reichsbank. At the end of September 1936, there were 63 millions of gold.
In January, 1933, the circulation of money notes amounted to 3,372 millions, at the end of September, 1936, it was 4,657 millions.
In January, 1933, the Reichsbank had in its portfolio 2,762 millions in drafts. At the end of September 1936, the figure was 4,875 millions (most of them Arbeitsbeschaffungswechsel — simple scrips of paper signed by the government.)