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Census of Population and Housing 1972: Pupulation by natural region, type of locality and in large localities- provisional results

State of Israel Central Bureau of Statistics

Published by State of Israel Central Bureau of Statistics, Jerusalem, 1972
Condition: vg Soft cover
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4to. ix,41pp. Beige wrappers with black text, English on front, Hebrew on back. Population and Housing Census 1972 Series, No. 1- released by Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics, details the findings of Israel's 3rd official census since its creation in 1948 (first census after the Six-Day War). Preface by Acting Government Statistician, Dr. M. Sicron. "According to the provisional count, Israel's population amounted to 3,124,000 persons on the night between May 19th and 20eth, 1972. This figure comprises the permanent residents of Israel, including those living in the Administered Territories. At the time of the previous census, in May 1961, there were 2,179,000 residents in Israel. [The] increase [of 994,500 persons] comes directly from natural [birth] increase- 568,000 persons- and from the migration balance- 315,000 persons.The addition of the inhabitants of East Jerusalem to the population of Israel is also included." Text in Hebrew and English, includes a fold-out administrative district map of Israel, making no distinction between West and East Jerusalem, but does not include data beyond "the Green Line"- Gaza or the West Bank. Spine slightly braded on top and bottom, slight scuffing to wrappers. Overall in very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 22765

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Title: Census of Population and Housing 1972: ...

Publisher: State of Israel Central Bureau of Statistics, Jerusalem

Publication Date: 1972

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: vg

Edition: First edition.

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