1842 – Population Statistics of Ottoman Empire in Europe

 

The Morning Chronicle – Sept. 3 1842

Both sources – “Turkey and its Resources” By Urquhart, p. 272 and “Turquie d’ Europe”, ii32 by Boue – mentions Nothing close to a fictitious identity like “ethnic Macedonians” in the population statistics of the Ottoman Empire.

The population the Ottoman Empire in Europe comprised of :

Wallachians, Serbians, Bulgarians, Greeks, Jews, Albanians, Bosniacs, Herzegovinians, Croats, Montenegrins, Zinzares, Armenians, Gypsies and Jews.

PopulationStats 1842   Population Statistics of Ottoman Empire in Europe

 By Christos P.

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Want more of this? See these Posts:

  1. Ottoman Archives: There is no “Macedonian” Nation
  2. L’empire de Turquie,by Xavier Heuschling, 1860
  3. Skopje’s Population in 1881
  4. Notes on the Genocides of Christian Populations of the Ottoman Empire
  5. 8 May 1888 – Pall Mall Gazette about the Population of Macedonia
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