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Oecon Pol. 1983;10(1):65-94.

Social and demographic consequences of World War II and the German occupation in Poland.

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The demographic impact of World War II on Poland is examined. Topics covered include the Germanization of the existing population, colonization by German settlers, forced migration of Polish laborers to Germany, the reduction of the agricultural population, and the mass migration from rural areas to towns. The varying effects of these and other measures on different social classes are noted. Variations in the rate of natural increase during the war are discussed, and the origins of the postwar population boom are analyzed.

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