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CONGRESSI - CONGRESSES - CONGRES - KONGRESSE - CONGRESOS 1887 - 1937
  Year Town - Nation President n. of participants and nations printed report
1 1887 London - England   145 - 13 nations yes
1888 - Gregg system was published in the United States
2 1889 Paris - France   188 - 15 nations yes
In 1889 for the first time a representative of Russia - S. Dlussky - attended the Congress in Paris.
3 1890 Munich - Germany      
4 1891 Berlin - Germany      
5 1893 Chicago - USA   500 (nearly all from USA) yes
6 1897 Stockholm - Sweden      
7 1900 Paris - France   260 - 18 nations  
In 1900 Russia was represented by Mr. Bilbasov - an official of the Ministry of Home affairs.
8 1905 Bruxelles - Belgique   103 - ?  
9 1908 Darmstadt - Germany   ? - 13 nations  
10 1912 Madrid - Spain   329 - 18 nations  
In 1912 Russia was represented by N. Cherdantsev
11 1913 Budapest - Hungary     No report was made
In 1913 Russia was represented by B. Zigfrid
The first World War not only broke the continuity of Intersteno congresses but also influenced the activity of the following ones. After the war there were two rival streams - the German one and the French one. Each of them carried out their own congresses. There were two 12th Congresses in Strasburg and in Dresden - and two 13th Congresses in Lausanne and Brussels. The 'reconciliation' happened only in 1934 at the Amsterdam Congress.
12 1920 Strasbourg -   442 - 15 nations  
12 1922 Dresden - Germany      
13 1924 Lausanne - Switzerland   333 - 17 nations represented - 10 attending the Congress  
15 1926 Milano - Italy Beno De Vecchis   No report was made
At the Bruxelles Congress in 1927 an attempt to reconcile both streams was made. It succeeded after the long-term negotiations. It was decided not to give numbers to congresses at all starting from the post-war period.
16 1927 Bruxelles - Belgique   more than 1000 - 27 nations  
Since 1926 the USSR regularly received invitations to congresses. But only in 1927 a member of Moscow scientific practical society A.M. Urkovsky was delegated to the Congress.
17 1928 Budapest - Hungary M. Bela Schek - vice President 588(259 coming from abroad) - 22 nations Reports made in 4 languages - 820 pages
1929 Vladimir Sworykin invented the cathodic tube, which permitted Germany and England to do experiments of the first TV transmissions.
18 1931 Paris - France      
1934 год - Sound recording on magnetic tapes began to be a practical use for broadcasting.
19 1934 Amsterdam - Holland A.E. d'Oliveira. 317 - 27 nations 340 pages with texts of all speeches
20 1937 London - England   389 - 34 nations  
In the autumn 1941 the congress was to be held in Nuremberg.
Second World War - Intersteno's activity stopped till 1954 when Marcel Racine invited national representatives to the Hotel Du Lac - in Mont Pelerin Vevey and at this meeting the decision to re-found Intersteno was taken. One year later, the new Intersteno Congress took place in Monaco - Monte-Carlo.
In 1955 at the 21st Congresses in Monte-Carlo the numbering was restored. All the congress which had taken place were countered. At the Congress a group of stenographers from different countries established the international federation "Intersteno".
 
 
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