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10 Most Populated European Countries in 1950

What were the most populated countries in Europe in the year 1950?
Last updated: July 03, 2017
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Population
Country
75,452,000
Russia
68,375,000
Germany
50,128,000
United Kingdom
47,106,000
Italy
42,540,000
France
Population
Country
36,775,000
Ukraine
28,063,000
Spain
24,825,000
Poland
16,312,000
Romania
10,121,000
Netherlands
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level 64
Jul 2, 2017
Ukraine was part of the Soviet Union.
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level 48
Jul 2, 2017
Germany was split into two in 1950 and Ukraine was part of the Soviet Union. Both West Germany and East Germany have enough population to be included on the list.
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level 57
Jul 3, 2017
Fair enough; we've changed the quiz to only include present-day countries.
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Jul 3, 2017
Russian SFSR had a population of over 100 million in the 1950's
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Jul 3, 2017
We calculated it to only include the European Russia. The entire Russia had 102 million people.
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Jul 3, 2017
Yugoslavia?
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Jan 31, 2018
1: Ukraine was part of the Soviet Union. 2: At 1950 Hungary was more populated than Netherlands.
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Dec 11, 2018
Even with 7 modern countries in it, Yugoslavia is not part of the top 10. (to be fair, it was little countries)