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German Red cross volunteers in Sweden. 1945

German Red cross volunteers in Sweden. 1945
German Red cross volunteers in Sweden. 1945
German Red cross volunteers in Sweden. 1945
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German Red cross volunteers in Sweden. Since 1930, emigration has been slight. About 15,000-30,000 people left Sweden annually after 1965. Sweden welcomed refugees and displaced persons at the end of World War II. Because of the low birth rate, immigration accounted for 45% of population growth between 1945 and 1980. By 1991, 9% of the population had been born abroad. Sweden became highly urbanized after World War II, reaching 83% urban in 1990 and 85% today. As recently as 1940 only 38% of the population lived in urban areas, and in 1860, before industrialization, the proportion was only 11%. Large-scale movement from the countryside to the United States ended about 1900. Since 1945 the movement to Swedish cities has accelerated and has brought about a population decline in many areas, especially in the north. Most cities are small. Only 10 cities have populations of more than 100,000. Photo taken: 1945 people, women, standing, together, looking, talking, smiling, Sverige, 1945

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