Icelandic people of American descent

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Icelandic people of American descent or in Icelandic Íslendingar af bandarískum ættum make up around 1% of Iceland's population. The first Americans known to have settled in a large group came during World War II, in the form of servicemen.

Americans in Iceland
Total population
(4.000-5.000)
Regions with significant populations
Reykjavík, Southern Peninsula
Languages
English language  · Icelandic language
Religion
Christian, Jewish

Notable individuals with American roots[edit]

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