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Polish population before the rebirth of Poland from the German occupation authorities in 1916
Jewish Population in Europe, 1933 and 2015
In the early 20th century, Germany was bleeding away its population through emigration. This collection from various sources shows the extent of emigration, along with useful comparative information on the various destinations one might choose...pls see comment.
1923 Bacon's standard map of Europe. Includes a population density inset
Population distribution of Cyprus, 1960 and 1999. I though it relevant because of the new peace talks going on in Geneva atm
First Cousin Marriages in Italy, by percentage, 1930-1964
Map of Jewish population in Europe in 1933
A set of maps (probably from 1939 or earlier) about Poland (from top left: nationality, population density, religion, percentage of people employed in agriculture, transport on railways) .
Albanian as the language of best command in Switzerland, census 2000
A 1929 map of the Polish population in Lithuania and northern Poland .
Jewish population in Europe, 1933 vs 2015 [2400 × 1186
Natural population change in Europe 1990 vs. 2017
% population identifying as 'European' (1995 compared to 2015).
Map of European cities ranked by Jewish populations in 1939
Population in Ireland - 1841, 1936, 2002
Map of Turkish as mother language in 1965 Turkey census
Jewish Population in Europe, 1933 vs 2015
Jewish Population in Europe (1933 & 2015)
Sex ratio of the population aged 25–49 in Europe: 1950 vs. 2017
Europe population density 1930
Population Map of Norway in 1971
Proportion of persons claiming Czech nationality in the 1991 Czech Republic census
Italy Population Density (1972)
Armenian Population in the Ottoman Empire 1913-1914 (Additional Informations about Ottoman Armenia in the Comments)
Change in foreign-born population of European countries 1990 to 2015
Map of Europe 1910 with population of countries listed
Once a very clear North/South divide ran through Germany. Here a look at the 'cattle type' census of 1925. Several more in comments for an explanation.
European-born population in Argentina in 1914 .
Distribution of religions in Albania during early 1900s (based on the 1908 Ottoman census and the 1916–18 Austro-Hungarian census)
Netherlands Population Density 1970
Change in Serbia's population: 1981 to 2011 (see more maps @ www.milosp.info)
Native Turkish speaker ratio by city in Turkey, based on 1965 census data
Map of Europe 1914 showing showing countries population (without colonies)
Armenian Population in Azerbaijan late 19th century - early 20th century
Evolution of population in France since 1999
Language dotmap of Poland, from the 1931 census
Population growth in Europe, the Near East and North Africa (2000-2010)
1910 Jewish Population Density of the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria (Austrian Poland)
Jewish population in Poland in 1931
Area and population density between Argentina and European countries (1979)
The percentage of the German population in the judicial districts of Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia according to the census of 1930
The Jewish population in Romania in 1930 .
Population ageing in Spain (1971-2029)
Republic of German-Austria, the initial Rump State for the German speaking population after the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1918)
Contemporary French map of Austria-Hungary from early 20th century showing population number by each ethnicity
Population density in Poland in 1914
Europe's Jewish population in 1933 .
Evolution of population in France since 1931
Population density of France, 1999
Demographic map of Macedonia showing the ethnic population 1932
Sex ratio of the population aged 25–49 in Europe in 1950, demonstrating the impact of war in a simple map.
Russophone population in Estonia
Population change in Europe between 1990 and 2017
Ethnic population map of Bukovina (then a Romanian province, now split between Romania and Ukraine) for 1930 .
Main Religions in Ireland according to the 1901 Census
Turkish population in southeast Europe 1878-1921
Ethnic map of Slovenia according to the 1981 population census
Refugee settlements in Greece in 1926 after the population exchange
Ethnic composition of Albania, municipality data of 1989 census
An extremely detailed ethnic dot map of the northwesternmost tip of Romania (Carei/Nagykaroly area) . This is map 1 in a 44 map series. The data on this map is from the 1930 Romanian census.
Map of Density of Population of Europe, 1923
Germany, Lower Saxony, 1932. Population by religious confession. d.) Catholic vs. Protestant e.) Other Christians f.) Israelites g.) Other religions.
Germany, Lower Saxony, population by Christian confession. Data from ca. 1925.
1930 ethnic population dot map of the Balta area, Romania . This is map 8 in a 44-map series.
1944 Germany Population (30249096763)
Map of Armenian as mother language in 1965 Turkey census
Countries that had a bigger Population than Austria in 1960
1930 ethnic population dot map of the Soroki area, Romania . This is map 7 in a 44-map series.
1930 ethnic population dot map of the Proskurov-Mohyliv-Podilskyi area in Romania . This is map 6 in a 44-map series.
A 1930 ethnic population dot map of Czernowitz/Chernivtsi, Romania . This is map 5 in a 44-map series.
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