International Historical Statistics: Africa, Asia & Oceania by Brian R. Mitchell

By Brian R. Mitchell

Fresh crisis with monetary development has led not just to an unlimited bring up within the volume and caliber of information accrued and released, but additionally to an upsurge of curiosity within the facts of the prior. As realization has grew to become a growing number of to the learn of the comparative improvement of alternative international locations, so a necessity has been felt for a suite of ancient facts evaluating diverse international locations. all the 10 sections has a quick introductory statement, and wide notes and footnotes. This designated compilation now in its moment version and revised and up to date, brings jointly in one quantity significant statistical sequence which record the expansion and improvement of those huge components.

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4. It is not always clear exactly which definition of population the statistics refer to. So far as possible, the data for population actually present are those shown. FOOTNOTES Including the following estimates of normal population (in thousands): 1946 - 20; 1964 - 14; 1971 - 11. Partly estimated. 3 Justin A. ) The Middle Eastern Economy (London, 1977), demonstrates that the 1882 census figure is defective, and offers an adjusted figure of 7,840 thousand. 4 The normad population is excluded to 1947, and 101 thousand people in frontier districts are excluded in 1960.

8 Taiwanese nationals only. 9 Age groups in this year are 0-5,6-10, 11-15, 16-20,21-25,26-30,31-40,41-50,51-60, and 61 and over. 10 The census was taken in 1870 in Tasmania and Western Australia. 11 Excluding the Maori population to 1936. 8 948 581 17 2,985 11 1,106 646 30 3,424 16 1,318 797 59 3,917 27 1,519 969 144 4,601 86 1,827 1,174 222 5,126 123 2,295 1,285 Tasmania 147 1,140 Victoria Western Australia 50 172 1,201 184 191 1,316 282 214 1,531 333 228 1,820 439 257 2,055 502 309 2,452 640 350 2,930 737 390 3,502 1,030 419 3,832 1,274 1891 1947 1954 1961 1981 1971 NOTES 1.

31 The 1940 total is adjusted by adding 149 thousand foreigners and military personnel to the census figure, and that for 1945 excludes 1,181 thousand citizens outside Japan. 32 Excluding refugees in camps. 33 Federated Malay States only to 1911, Le, excluding Johore, Kedah, Kelantan, Perlis, and Trengganu. 34 There are differences in the area covered between virtually every census, but these are of especially great significance in the nineteenth century. Kingsley Davis, The Population of India and Pakistan (Princeton, 1951) offers the following estimates of total population (in thousands) for the area of modern Myanmar: 1872 8,007 1891 9,778 1911 12,288 1921 13,295 1881 9,129 1901 10,866 35 Evaluations and, from 1877, censuses of the Christian population show the following totals (in thousands): 1799 1,503 1819 2,106 1850 3,857 1877 5,568 1800 1,561 1829 2,593 1858 4,290 1887 5,985 1812 1,933 1840 3,096 1870 4,712 1896 6,261 38 Including Lebanon in 1946.

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