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Pictured below are two entries from the 1933 and 1948 Issues.
They show the numbers of the worlds population based on Census figures and various religions.
In 1933, European Jewry numbered 9,494,368, the world’s total being 15,315,359.
In 1948, fifteen years later, the European figures decreased slightly to 9,372,666, while the worlds total increased to 15,756,638.
The latter figure was taken three years following the end of the second world war.
A war which Governments, History Teachers and the worlds Media outlets, constantly tell us, cost the lives of six million Jews during the Nazi Holocaust.
According to these figures, the number of Jews throughout the world seems to have actually increased….