I am not an expert, but I have heard that the population of the world in the first century was around 200 million.
Nobody knows. Estimates from 8.4 million to 112 million (for 1492, strictly) have been thrown around with great assurance and authority over the last century. Neither extreme appears well-founded. Around 50 million is widely accepted, though some of us remain unconvinced by anything much over 25m.
The population of India, according to the 2011 census, is 1,210,193,444.
Poverty, war, and famine caused the cities to grow in population at the end of the nineteenth century.
18th century political revolutions in Europe and the Americas
1. How did the surge in population in the United States in the late nineteenth century contribute to the development of the computer?
The development of a merchant class.
It got bigger. By like, a lot.
because spanish have different language and English have lots of gold
the auto industry was booming
Oleh Petrechko has written: 'Socio-political development of the Roman Empire in the first century - at the beginning of the third century A.D.'
The McCain family has been in the Americas since the beginning of the 19th century, but they are of Scotch-Irish descent.Basically, he's white... >=]