Thursday, January 15, 2015
Pre and Post WW2 census data shows that at least 20 million ethnic Germans died as a result of WW2 and the genocidal Allied occupation!
Immediately prior to World War Two, there were approximately 95 million ethnic Germans alive in Europe, with just under 80 million living inside Germany. Another 15 million were living in other areas of Eastern Europe, including Poland and Czechoslovakia, a figure which is openly acknowledged even by "kosher" historians.
As shown in the table below, the 1939 census reported a population in Germany of 79,375,281.
Fast forward to 1950. By 1950, virtually all of the 15 million ethnic Germans who were living outside of German territory prior to World War Two in other areas of Eastern Europe including Poland and Czechoslovakia have been expelled from their lands and forced to immigrate inside of Germany.
As shown in the table below, censuses taken in 1950 of East and West Germany show populations of 18,388,172 and 49,842,624, respectively, for a total population of 68,230,796. Again, these 68 million people represented basically all ethnic Germans alive in Europe at that time.
Thus, from 1939 to 1950, the total population of ethnic Germans in Europe decreased from around 95 million to 68 million, which is a reduction of 27 million!