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Demographic conditions of development of rural areas of the province of Western Pomerania

, : Demographic conditions of development of rural areas of the province of Western Pomerania. Folia Universitatis Agriculturae Stetinensis, Oeconomica (40): 439-446

Poland's Western Pomeranian province had a population of 1,732.8,000 at the end of 1999, thus ranking eleventh out of the sixteen provinces. Since 1946, when many younger people migrated there following the westward shift of Poland's frontiers, there have been three waves of population increase, each less than the last. Nevertheless Western Pomerania has maintained a growth trend compared to seven other provinces where the population has fallen.


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