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European and world history, 1901–75

  • Michael Alderson

Abstract

This chapter is provided as an indication of the influence of warfare, boundary changes and migration upon the mortality patterns of the countries. It is not possible in this kind of work to provide comprehensive details of all aspects of these issues. The notes that follow should serve as a warning of the extent to which these important population changes have affected the various countries. Some general notes are provided and then brief particulars about each of the countries.

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Eastern Portion Forced Migration Iron Curtain Independent Nation Demographic Yearbook 
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© Michael Alderson 1981

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