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    Population of present-day Poland ca. 1900

    Ownership (PLC = Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, FSD = Free City Danzig):














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    Population, including estimated % of ethnic Poles:















    Data on % of ethnic Poles is from these authors:

    - Cz. Andrzejewski
    - Leszek Belzyt
    - Richard Böckh
    - A. Czechowski
    - A. Dudziński
    - Lucjusz Dura
    - Piotr Eberhardt
    - Karol Firich
    - A. Galos
    - Georg Hassel
    - A. Haxthausen
    - D. Klemantowicz
    - A. Krzyżanowski
    - Jan Lewandowski
    - T. Ładogórski
    - Józef Nadmorski
    - Joseph Partsch
    - Stanisław Plater
    - Polskie Zjednoczenie Postępowe
    - Stefan Ramułt
    - Jakob Spett
    - Włodzimierz Wakar
    - K. Zamorski
    - my estimate for Spisz & Orawa
    Last edited by Tomenable; 29-04-18 at 13:43.

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    Map showing 15 regions of Poland listed above:

    https://www.eupedia.com/genetics/reg...t_poland.shtml


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    Poznań (Posen) was the 2nd (after Cracow) most ethnically Polish big city in the world before WW1, Warsaw was less Polish in terms of % of inhabitants, but had a higher number of Poles. Lwów (Lviv), now in Ukraine, was the 2nd largest city (after Warsaw) with ethnic Polish majority. Chicago had the highest number of Poles of any city, Warsaw was 2nd.

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    BTW, Wrocław (Breslau) was just as Polish in 1900, as Vilnius (Wilno) was Lithuanian at that time.

    Wrocław had 2,0% Poles (8,466 Poles out of 422,709 total population) in 1900
    Vilnius had 2,0% Lithuanians (3,131 Lithuanians / 154,532 population) in 1897

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    Percent and number of Lithuanians in the city of Wilno/Vilnius:

    1897 - 2,0% (3,131 Lithuanians out of 154,532)
    1916 - 2,6% (3,699 Lithuanians out of 140,890) ---> in Breslau there were 3,62% Poles in 1910
    1917 - 2,1% (2,909 Lithuanians out of 138,787)
    1931 - 0,8% (1,579 Lithuanians out of 195,021)
    1959 - 33,6% (79,400 Lithuanians out of 236,100)
    2001 - 57,5% (318,510 Lithuanians out of 553,904)
    2011 - 63,2% (331,500 Lithuanians out of 524,566)

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    .....Nevermind....

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    Quote Originally Posted by exceededminimumso.. View Post
    .....Nevermind....
    What was your point before you edited it (I haven't seen the original version)?
    Last edited by Tomenable; 29-04-18 at 12:42.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomenable View Post
    What was your point before you edited it (I haven't seen the original version)?

    It was question so stupid I managed to retract it same day and then find out details on wikipedia

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