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|Finland had 250,000 inhabitants in the sixteenth century. As a result of wars, the population did not reach the 1 million mark until 1810. Mortality remained high even in the nineteenth century. The famine of 1867 to 1868, for example, killed 5 percent to 10 percent of the population, and it was not until 1880 that there were 2 million Finns. In the last part of the century, improved living conditions began to lower the death rate, but a simultaneous fall in the birth rate and increased emigration retarded growth.
|See our notes on the word "Hebrew" and its concomitant "wanderer" amongst other Israelite Nations,
# Ireland is problematic from a Brit-Am point of view. People of Irish descent in the USA and elsewhere on the whole were pro-Jewish and pro-Zionist.
Individuals of Irish descent as well as Jews recognize a kinship with each other.
On the other hand the independent REPUBLIC OF IRELAND (EIRE) was pro-Nazi in WW2 and refused to accept Jewish refugees fleeing from the Germans. #
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