What was the currency of east Germany and West Germany?
The currency of West Germany from June 1948 onwards was the Deutsche Mark, divided into 100 Pfennige. East Germany used the Mark der Deutschen Notenbank instead. In 1990 the West German currency was adopted in East Germany some months before reunification. Note that since 2002 the only legal tender currency in Germany is the Euro.
No West Germany and West Berlin were democracies. East Germany as well as East Berlin functioned under a communist regime. West Germany's government was under influence from the US, while East Germany was influenced by the U.S.S.R. West Germany was liberated from Nazi rule after World War 2 in 1945. Communism in East Germany collapsed in East Germany in late 1989 and East and West Germany united in late 1990
The Euro is the German currency (symbol '€'). Before 2002 the currency was the Deutsche Mark (DM) or German mark. Before 1990 there were two currencies, the Deutsche Mark in the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) and the "Ostmark" (officially "Mark der DDR") in the German Democratic Republic (East Germany).
The most widely used currency in Europe is the Euro, which is used by twenty different European countries. Europe is, however, a continent and not just a single country, therefore it has no capital city as a whole. However, the city you are referring to is most likely Berlin, Germany. Berlin was split into West Berlin and East Berlin after World War II, as Germany was split into West Germany and East Germany. West Germany…