1921 population census in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Population of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1921 by religion

  Sunni Muslims (31.07%)
  Catholics (23.58%)
  Others (1.58%)

The 1921 population census in Bosnia and Herzegovina was the fifth census of the population of Bosnia and Herzegovina. On the territory of 51,200 km2 1,890,440 persons lived.[1] The Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes conducted a population census on 31 January 1921.

Results by religion[edit]

Religion Number Percentage Number change Percentage
change
Serbian Orthodox Christians 829,290 43.87% Increase3,872 Increase0.38%
Sunni Muslims 588,244 31.07% Decrease23,893 Decrease1.18%
Catholics 444,308 23.58% Increase10,247 Increase0.71%
Others 28,595 1.58% Increase2,167 Increase0.19%

Results by nationality[edit]

Population of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1921 by nationality

  Serbo-Croats (96.63%)
  Germans (0.87%)
  Poles (0.57%)
  Others (1.93%)
Nation Number Percentage
Serbo-Croats 1,826,657 96.63%
Germans 16,471 0.87%
Poles 10,705 0.57%
Rusyns 8,146 0.43%
Czechoslovaks 6,377 0.34%
Slovenes 4,682 0.24%
Others 17,402 0.92%

References[edit]

  1. ^ (in Bosnian)(in Croatian) "Stanovništvo Bosne i Hercegovine po popisima". The Federal Office of Statistics of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Archived from the original on 19 September 2013. Retrieved 26 May 2013.