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June 11, 1927

PARIS

JAMA. 1927;88(24):1916-1917. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02680500058023

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Abstract

The Congress of Red Cross Representatives  An assembly of directors of Red Cross societies was held in Paris, May 4, at the headquarters of the league (2 Avenue Velasquez), and the session was continued for nearly a week. Fifty-four nations were represented. No international assembly of Red Cross societies has brought together, in recent years, so many distinguished personages. M. Thiébaut announced that the French Red Cross Society, of which he is the secretary, had decided to send financial aid and antityphoid vaccine for the flood sufferers of the Mississippi Valley. M. Mortoft expressed thanks, in the name of the Red Cross Society and the government of Bulgaria, to the Red Cross societies who contributed for the benefit of Bulgarian refugees. Colonel Draudt, vice president of the German Red Cross, made a statement in the name of his society: "The German Red Cross Society has been able fully to appreciate,

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