In 1930 the birth rate was calculated as 28.8 per thousand, the death rate 17.8, the annual increase of the Spanish population, therefore, being 0.61% in the period 1800 to 1810, 0.52%o from 1870 to 1910, and 0.65% from 1910 to 1930. The natural resources of the land are limited.What was the demographic growth of Spain in the early 2000s?
During the early 2000s, the mean year-on-year demographic growth set a new record with its 2003 peak variation of 2.1%, doubling the previous record reached back in the 1960s when a mean year-on-year growth of 1% was experienced. In 2005 alone, the immigrant population of Spain increased by 700,000 people.What happened in the 1930s in Spain?
Revolution in 1930s Spain. Gen. Francisco Franco's military coup against the democratically elected Popular Front government in Spain took place 75 years ago this summer.What was the population of Spain in the 1800s?
In 1800, the population of Spain was approximately 14.7 million. This figure would rise consistently throughout the 19 th century, and early 20 th century. The population growth rate was set to increase in the mid-1900s, but this was interrupted by the Spanish Civil War, which would claim around half a million lives between 1936 and 1939.