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Title:
RG-18.01.12.01.01, Second General Census of Polish population, December 1931, all Poland, short version
Date:
December 1931
Repository:
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
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Anti-Jewish atrocities, Poland, 1918 -- 1923
Blonie (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Ciechanow (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census
City district of Warsaw, distribution according to demographic, social, national, economic criteria
Denominational and mother tongue composition of Jews in Polish cities and towns, 1931
Denominational and mother tongue composition of Polish cities and towns, 1931
Distribution of population in interwar Poland acccording to denomination and mother tongue
Documents in French language
Documents in Polish language
Ethno-National and denominational statistics, Poland 1931
French, language
Gostynin (Poland: Warsaw province, county), Second Census, 1931
Grojec (Poland: Warsaw province: Grojec county), Second Census, 1931
Interwar Poland
Kamionka Strumilowa (Poland: Tarnopol province, county)
Kutno (Poland: Warsaw province), Second Census, 1931
Kutno (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Lipno (Polandd: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Lowicz (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Main Statistical Office of Poland
Makow (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Minsk (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Mlawa (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Mother tongue as a criterion in national self-determination
Mother tongue versus religious denomination in determination of national identity, interwar Poland
Narratives in Polish language
National minorities, Jewish
National minorities, Ukrainian
National minorities in Poland, 1919 -- 1939
National self-identification according to mother tongue, Second General Census, 1931
Nieszawa (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Plock (Poland: Warsaw province), Second Census, 1931
Plock (Poland: Warsaw province, county), Second Census, 1931
Plonsk (Poland: Warsaw province: county)
Poland (1926 -- 1939)
Polish, language
Polish administrative division, provinces and counties, 1931
Polish official statistics of interwar time
Pruszkow (Poland: Warsaw province), Second Census, 1931
Przasnysz (Poland: Warsaw province: county)
Pultusk (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Cesnus, 1931
Radzymin (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Rawa (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Rypin (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Cesnus, 1931
Second General Census of Population in Poland, December 1931
Sierpc (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Skierniewice (Poland: Warsaw province), Second Census, 1931
Skierniewice (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Sochaczew (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Warsaw (Poland)
Warsaw, population with regard to trade, profession, entrepreneurship and branches of city economy
Warsaw, social, economic, national, religious, literacy stratification, Second Census, 1931
Warsaw voivodeship, distribution of population according to economic criteria, Second Census
Warszawa (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
Wloclawek (Poland: Warsaw province), Second Census, 1931
Wloclawek (Poland: Warsaw province: county), Second Census, 1931
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