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Telegraph and Telephone Conferences

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International Telegraph Conference (Paris, 1925)

1 September - 29 October 1925 - Paris, France

At this conference the regulations for the international service were revised and annexed to the International Telegraph Convention, St. Petersburg (1875).

The International Long-distance Telephone Consultative Committee (CCIF) and the International Telegraph Consultative Committee (CCIT) was created. As well, a committee for the study of code language, which met in Paris in 1925 and in Cortina d’Ampezzo (Italy) in 1926, was established.

Provisions applicable to wire communications were extended to wireless communications.

Finally, the conference expressed the opinion that after the Radiotelegraph Conference due to be held in Washington in 1927, the Telegraph and Radiotelegraph Conventions should be merged into a single convention.
International Telegraph Conference (Paris, 1925)
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International Service Regulations annexed to the International Telegraph Convention of St. Petersburg (Paris, 1925)(English)download PDF PDF (acrobat)
Convention télégraphique internationale de Saint-Pétersbourget Règlement y annexé (Paris, 1925)(French)download PDF PDF (acrobat)
Documents de la Conférence télégraphique internationale (Paris, 1925): Tome I(French)download PDF PDF (acrobat)
Documents de la Conférence télégraphique internationale (Paris, 1925): Tome II(French)download PDF PDF (acrobat)

Chairman

Mr. Deletête, Secretary-General of Posts, Telegraphs and Telephones (France)

Countries participating

70

List of participants

Liste des participants de la Conférence télégraphique internationale (Paris, 1925)(French)download PDF PDF (acrobat)

Library Catalogue

  • Link to the ITU Library Catalogue (Paris, 1925)
    (Multilingual)