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In response to preliminary communications sent out by the American Neurological Association, delegates representing twenty countries, composing the program-executive committee, met at Berne, Switzerland, on August 29 and 30 at the Hotel Bellevue-Palace, to take the necessary steps to organize the Second International Neurological Congress. This congress will take the place of the congress which was to have been held in Berne in 1914 but which was interfered with by the outbreak of the World War.
Dr. Sachs, the Chairman of the Organization Committee of the American Neurological Association, at the opening of the meeting presented the greetings of the American Organization Committee to the delegates from the various countries, who had assembled at Berne to prepare for the International Neurological Congress.
The delegates who were present, and the countries which they represented, were as follows: Prof. Otto Marburg and Prof. C. von Economo, Austria: Dr. L. van Bogaert, Belgium;
INTERNATIONAL NEUROLOGICAL CONGRESS. Arch NeurPsych. 1929;22(5):1029–1030. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1929.02220050167010
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