Polish census of 1921

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The Polish census of 1921 or First General Census in Poland (Polish: Pierwszy Powszechny Spis Ludności) was the first census in the Second Polish Republic, performed on September 30, 1921 by the Main Bureau of Statistics (Główny Urząd Statystyczny).

It was followed by the Polish census of 1931.

Nationality according to census[edit]

All Polish Ruthenian[1] Jewish Belarusian German Lithuanian[2] Russian "local" Czech other unknown
25.694.700 17.789.287 3.898.428 2.048.878 1.035.693 769.392 24.044 48.920 38.943 30.628 9.856 631
100% 69,23% 15,17% 7,97% 4,03% 2,99% 0,09% 0,19% 0,15% 0,12% 0,04% ~0,002%

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Ruthenians are Ukrainians and Rusyns or ethnic groups related to them
  2. ^ Data do not include: city Vilnius, county Vilnius-Trakai, Ashmyany, Švenčionys, Vilnius Region and Upper Silesia

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