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On another forum someone has challenged me with this question.
(Western Canada block forum)....I cant find the reference......he asked me........
"" how many died ?
A - find the worldwide number of jews in 1935
B - find the worldwide number of jews in 1945
C - work out the average number of births/deaths due to age
and D - your result of how many people died.
as anyone ever bothered to even carry out this calculation?""
I would like to slam dunk him without having to use my valuable time of searching the info....I have tried...I find nothing. Someone here I believe will have the "jewish Census figures" at their easy disposal.
I reread my post ...i dont mean it to sound harsh...just would like some reference help on this specific issue.
gasto wrote:do a little search on google for "jewish population world almanac" and I´m sure you´ll come up with some info...
World Almanac, 1940, pg. 129: World Jewish Population- 15,319,359
World Almanac, 1949, pg. 289: World Jewish Population- 15,713,638
here is some of the discussion...Holocau$t has been debated on a couple threads.. Its sad but these guys have no clue.... They call me a "whacko" for simply being better informed
If any are from western Canada...Here is a good Party to support...They are a separatist Party for Western Canada....but they have policies that would suit most of us here. (except the separating from eastern Canada) Might as well vote for them in the next election.
platforms and policies
Incidently Doug Christie is the leader of the Party. He was Ernst Zundels lawyer in the 1980s and early 90's.
has ..............(formatting here different)
Germany (1938 Borders)
Belgium & Luxembourg
Hungary & Ukraine
Poland & USSR
Source: Nizkor Project statistics derived from Yad Vashem and Fleming, Hitler and the Final Solution.
Deniers consider one of their stronger arguments to be the population of Jews before and after the Holocaust. They claim that 1940 World Almanac gives the world Jewish population as 15,319,359, while the 1949 World Almanac gives the world Jewish population as 15,713,638. In their view this makes it impossible that 6 million Jews died, even given an extremely high birth rate. They therefore claim that either the figures are wrong, or the Holocaust, meaning the deliberate extermination of millions of Jews, can not have happened.
However, as is typically the case, the evidence given by Holocaust deniers does not stand up to closer scrutiny. In fact, the 1949 World Almanac gives the world Jewish population as 11,266,600. Moreover, it revises its estimate of the World Jewish population in 1939 upwards, to 16,643,120. Thus, according to the 1949 World Almanac the difference between the pre and post war populations is over 5.4 million.
In addition, rather than using more accurate census figures and other records, Holocaust deniers rely on a popular compendium whose methodology of assessment is unknown, and whose estimates have varied significantly. For example, the 1982 World Almanac gives the world Jewish population as 14,318,000, while the 1990 World Almanac gives the world Jewish population as 18,169,000, and the 1996 World Almanac gives the world Jewish population as 13,451,000. Either 3.7 million Jews appeared unnoticed between 1982 and 1990, and then 4.5 million Jews disappeared equally unnoticed between 1990 and 1996, or the World Almanac is not a particularly reliable source for accurate estimates of worldwide Jewish population.
Finally, the Holocaust deniers are very selective in the sources they choose; other sources give very different figures for the Jewish population before and after the war. For example, the 1932 American Jewish yearbook estimate the total number of Jews in the world at 15,192,218, of whom 9,418,248 resided in Europe. However, the 1947 yearbook states: "Estimates of the world Jewish population have been assembled by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (except for the United States and Canada) and are probably the most authentic available at the present time. The figures reveal that the total Jewish population of the world has decreased by one-third from about 16,600,000 in 1939 to about 11,000,000 in 1946 as the result of the annihilation by the Nazis of more than five and a half million European Jews. In Europe only an estimated 3,642,000 remain of the total Jewish pre-war population of approximately 9,740,000."
Great facimilies on Jewish population figures and much much more.
Tit 1:14 Not giving heed to Jewish fables, and commandments of men, that turn from the truth.
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