Homicide in Eastern Europe, 1955-2005

The World Health organization has been collecting data on mortality and causes of death (including suicides, homicides, and accidents) since 1950. The data are organized into 4 files, according the International Code of Death codes in use at the time (versions 7, 8, 9, and 10). The data are organized by country, year, gender, and cause of death.

The data here are divided into two files

Eastern Europe: Albania, Bulgaria, Former Czechoslovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Rumania, Slovakia

The Former Yugoslavia: The former Yugoslavia, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovenia

The following files are available


[csv] - Some links on this page are to .csv files requiring the use of a database program. If you need these files in a more accessible format, please contact cjrc@osu.edu.

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