Àwọn ará Jẹ́mánì

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Àwọn ará Jẹ́mánì
Germans
Deutsche
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1st row: Martin LutherOtto von BismarckBeethovenImmanuel KantGoethe
2nd row: Johannes GutenbergBachRichard WagnerHegelDürer
3rd row: Karl MarxMax WeberKonrad AdenauerFriedrich SchillerKarl Benz
4th row: Konrad ZuseMarlene DietrichHelmut KohlCarl von ClausewitzMax Planck
5th row: Angela MerkelMichael SchumacherClaudia SchifferSteffi GrafAlbert Einstein

Àpapọ̀ iye oníbùgbé
~160,000,000[1]
Regions with significant populations
 Jẹ́mánì        75 000 000 Deutsche[2][3][4]
 Àwọn Ìpínlẹ̀ Aṣọ̀kan 50 000 000 (German ancestry) [5]
 Brasil ~5 000 000 (German ancestry) [6]
 Kánádà 3 200 000 (German ancestry) [7]
 Argẹntínà ~3 000 000 (Including Volga germans,and other german ancestries) [8][9][10]
The  CIS (mainly  Rọ́síà and  Kazakhstan) ca. 1 000 000 ethnic German (declining due to emigration) [11][12]
 Fránsì (predominant ethnic group of Alsace and Moselle) ~1 000 000 (970,000 with German dialects as mother tongue) [13]
 Austrálíà 812,000 (German ancestry, incl. 106,524 German-born) [14]
 Tsílè ~600,000 (German ancestry) [15]
 Itálíà (in Bolzano-Bozen/South Tyrol) ~500,000 [16][17]
 Nẹ́dálándì 386,000 (German-born) [18]
 Ilẹ̀ọba Aṣọ̀kan 266,000 (German-born, many by British military based in Germany. German national number 89.000) [19]
 Spéìn 210,000 (German immigrants) [20]
 Swítsàlandì 164,000 (German national [21]
 Pólàndì 153,000 (ethnic German) [22]
 Húngárì 120,344 (ethnic German) [23]
 Austria 119,807 (German national) [24]
 Mẹ́ksíkò 85,595 (German ancestry) [25][26]
 Gúúsù Áfríkà 80,000 (German ancestry) [27][28]
 Bẹ́ljíọ̀m 38,366 (excludes German-speaking ethnic Belgians) [29]
 Ísráẹ́lì 70,000 (German citizen) [30]
 Románíà 60,000 (ethnic German) [31]
 Urugúáì 46,000 (German ancestry, incl. 6000 German nationals) [32]
 Tsẹ́kì Olómìnira 40,000 (ethnic German) [33]
 Bòlífíà ~40,000 (German speaking Mennonites) [34]
 Ẹ̀kùàdọ̀r 33,000 (German ancestry) [35]
 Namibia 30,000 [36]
 Orílẹ̀òmìnira Dómíníkì 25,000 (German ancestry) [37]
 Norway 37,000 (German immigrant and ancestry) [38]
 Dẹ́nmárkì 15,000–20,000 [39]
 Pọ́rtúgàl 15,498 Àdàkọ:Citation needed
 Ireland 11,797 [40]
Èdè

German: High German (Upper German, Central German), Low German (see German dialects)

Ẹ̀sìn

Roman Catholic, Protestant (chiefly Lutheran), Atheism, Judaism, others

Ẹ̀yà abínibí bíbátan

Germanic ethnic groups

Àwọn ará Jẹ́mánì (Jẹ́mánì: Deutsche) je eya eniyan, nipa bi won se nipo asa Jemani, iranderan, ati ti ede won je ede Jemani.



Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. Germans and foreigners with an immigrant background. 156 is the estimate which counts all people claiming ethnic German ancestry in the U.S., Brazil and elsewhere.
  2. 66.42 million is the number of Germans without immigrant background, 75 million is the number of German citizens Germans and foreigners with an immigrant background
  3. Deutsche Welle: 2005 German Census figures
  4. CIA World Factbook - Germany: People
  5. 49.2 million German Americans as of 2005 according to the "US demographic census". http://factfinder.census.gov/servlet/IPTable?_bm=y&-reg=ACS_2005_EST_G00_S0201:535;ACS_2005_EST_G00_S0201PR:535;ACS_2005_EST_G00_S0201T:535;ACS_2005_EST_G00_S0201TPR:535&-qr_name=ACS_2005_EST_G00_S0201&-qr_name=ACS_2005_EST_G00_S0201PR&-qr_name=ACS_2005_EST_G00_S0201T&-qr_name=ACS_2005_EST_G00_S0201TPR&-ds_name=ACS_2005_EST_G00_&-TABLE_NAMEX=&-ci_type=A&-redoLog=false&-charIterations=047&-geo_id=01000US&-format=&-_lang=en. Retrieved 2007-08-02. ; see also Languages in the United States#German.
  6. A Imigração Alemã no Brasil | Brasil | Deutsche Welle | 25.07.2004
  7. 2001 Canadian Census gives 2,742,765 total respondents stating their ethnic origin as partly German, with 705,600 stating "single-ancestry", see List of Canadians by ethnicity.
  8. «Relaciones culturales entre Alemania y la Argentina» The Embassy claims there are 600,000 people of German descent and 50,000 German citizens. Buenos Aires: Embajada de Alemania en Argentina. Consulted April 4, 2009.
  9. According to the Centro Argentino Cultural Wolgadeutsche] there are 2,000,000 descendants of Volga Germans in Argentina
  10. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Argentine
  11. France
  12. Alsatians
  13. a result of population transfer in the Soviet Union; see ethnologue
  14. The Australian Bureau of StatisticsPDF (424 KB) reports 742,212 people of German ancestry in the 2001 Census. German is spoken by ca. 135,000 [1], about 105,000 of them Germany-born, see Demographics of Australia
  15. German Embassy in Chile.
  16. http://demo.istat.it/str2006/query.php?lingua=ita&Rip=S0&paese=A11&submit=Tavola
  17. South Tyrol in figures. Provincial Statistics Institute.
  18. see page five, as of 2006
  19. German born only; United Kingdom: Stock of foreign-born population by country of birth, 2001
  20. INE(2006)
  21. 163,923 resident aliens (nationals or citizens) in 2004 (2.2% of total population), compared to 112,348 as of 2000. 2005 report of the Swiss Federal Office of Statistics. 4.6 million including Alemannic Swiss: CIA World Fact Book, identifies the 65% (4.9 million) Swiss German speakers as "ethnic Germans".
  22. 2002 census; mainly in Opole Voivodeship, see German minority in Poland.
  23. census 2001
  24. Statistik Austria 2008 [2]
  25. & Brethren in Christ World Membership|publisher=Mennonite World Conference|year=2006|accessdate=2008-06-28
  26. 2000 Census Data, INEGI
  27. Germans in South Africa
  28. Professor JA Heese in his book Die Herkoms van die Afrikaner (The Origins of Afrikaners) claims the modern Afrikaners (who total around 3.5 million) have 34.4% German heritage. How 'Pure' was the Average Afrikaner?
  29. "Bevolking per nationaliteit, geslacht, leeftijdsgroepen op 1/1/2008". Statistics Belgium. http://statbel.fgov.be/nl/modules/publications/statistiques/bevolking/Bevolking_nat_geslacht_leeftijdsgroepen.jsp. Retrieved 30 May 2010. 
  30. EU Passport Gets Popular in Israel | Europe | Deutsche Welle | 21.07.2004
  31. German minority
  32. There are 6,000 Germans living in Uruguay today and 40,000 descendants of Germans
  33. Ethnic German Minorities in the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia
  34. Land reform worries Bolivia's Mennonites
  35. Ethnic groups around the world
  36. Amid Namibia's White Opulence, Majority Rule Isn't So Scary Now
  37. Dominican Republic
  38. Norway
  39. in the German-Danish border region; see Bund Deutscher Nordschleswiger
  40. CSO: Statistics: Persons usually resident and present in the State on Census Night, classifieid by place of birth and age group