how many children where born in the 1940`s

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In 1947, another 3.8 million babies were born; 3.9 million were born in 1952; and more than 4 million were born every year from 1954 until 1964, when the boom finally tapered off. By then, there were 76.4 million “baby boomers” in the United States. They made up almost 40 percent of the nation's population.

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Post–World War II baby boom - Wikipedia image–World_War_II_baby_boom​

Now thriving on the American Dream, life was simple, jobs were plentiful, and a record number of babieswere bornMany Americans believed that lack of post-war government spending would send the United States back into depression. However, consumer demand fueled economic growth. The baby boomtriggered a ...

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Baby boom generation facts, information, pictures | ... image › ... › Sociology: General Terms and Concepts​

Similar baby booms occurred during the same period in many other western industrialized nations, with peak fertility rates in Canada, New Zealand, and Iceland even higher than those in the United States. However, the term "baby boomer" has tended to be used most commonly in reference to those born in the United ...

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During the baby boomer years, 1946-1964 (inclusive), 75.8 million Americans were born. The ratio of males to females has stayed relatively constant. There were approximately 1.05 male births for every one female birth. The biggest year of the boom was 1957, when 4.3 million boomers were born.

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Baby boomers are those people born worldwide between 1946 and 1964, the time frame most commonly used to define them. The first baby .... Living in seemingly sterile neighborhoods devoid of urban diversions and the traditional extended family, many children were left to fend for themselves after school. They became ...

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Oodles, but as far as Harry Challis is concerned, looks like three and two in the 1950's.

The question might be better directed directly to Harry's profile manager, who probably has personal knowledge, but because you seem to be anonymous, don't be surprised if you don't get an answer.
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