Formerly said in reference to assets accumulated by the central government (“Staatsaktiv-Kapital”; capital accessible immediately by the government) with the aim of being used in special tasks. In Germany, the state treasury remained essentially war treasury (war chest, fighting fund). It was called the “Julius Tower”: named after a structure inside the fortress in Berlin-
Spandau (a square construction with four bastions); the Imperial [War] Treasury was kept there since 1871. – See expenditure restraint, public, budget reserve, treasury, Larghezza.
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