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What impact did the Great Famine have on the population of Ireland?

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The Great Famine had a tremendous impact on the population of Ireland. It dropped from about 8.4 million to 6.6 million in just seven years. This decline in population size was caused both by death (about a million people) and by emigration (about 2 million people).

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