Economic Change and the National Question in Twentieth-Century Europe

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3.1 Regional structure of SOZ/GDR foreign trade in 1936 and 1946–1952page51
3.2 Trade between GDR and FRG between 1952 and 199062
3.3 Monthly net income per employed person in the new and old German Bundesländer in DM, 1991–199766
5.1 Native language of the Swiss population in percentage share, 1880–199092
5.2 Foreign trade in percentage shares of total value, 1892–191393
5.3 Occupational structure by districts, 191095
5.4 Occupational structure, 1880–1941100
6.1 Main financial flows between Portugal and its colonies, 1875–1974118
6.2 Average rates of growth of Portuguese per capita gross domesticproduct, 1837–1995121
8.1 AHV's production expressed as a percentage of total Spanish production for the year 1905161
8.2 Working population by sector162
8.3 Unemployment rates, 1982–1999166
8.4 Evolution of migratory balances167
8.5 Family income per inhabitant169
11.1 Economic performance of OECD countries, 1900–1997244
12.1 Territorial division of the Czech and Slovak branches of the Czechoslovak nation, 1921249
12.2 Industrial employment of the Czechoslovak and German population in 1921255
12.3 Occupational distribution in Czechoslovakia, 1930256
15.1 The occupational structure and the rate of literacy of various Hungarian nations in 1910298

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