The Allied Military Government for Occupied Territories was the form of military rule administered by Allied forces during and after World War II within European territories they occupied. This form of controlled government was implemented in the states of Germany, Italy, Austria, and Japan, among others.
They are part of the WW2 Allied Military Currency 1944 series. The Allied Military Government for Occupied Territories started issuing these 5000 French Franc banknotes in 1944. The Allied Military Government for Occupied Territories issued French Franc banknotes in 9 different denominations, including this 5000 French Francs banknote.
This green-blue-colored French cinq mille francs note is the highest denomination of the Allied Military Currency. Text on the banknote reads ‘Emis en France’.
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