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- September 1, 2012 at 2:22 am #343916
I've just found this document from 1893, where a statistical study was made about Bosnians of
Moslim, Orthodox and Catholic faith, it might interess some people.
It's in French, but I'll translate it, my English is not perfect so please apologize for interpretations.
To start : the study was made in 1893, among conscripts aged of 20 years, the total population is 772 :
350 moslims, 305 orthodoxs, 118 catholics, 6 Jeuws. Belonging to those 7 districs : Cajnica, Foca, Fojnica, Rogatica, Sarajevo(countryside), Visoko and Visegrad.
(I don't know how he got 772, but whatever)
In Cajnica, Foca, Rogatica and Visegrad there was no catholics for the draw. Jeuws are Jeuws from Spain or Sephardics.
I'll translate the complete text later, but I think you can check the stats.September 12, 2012 at 7:09 pm #394033
This must be in thosands and even that is rather low number.
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