The London-Paris Telephone


    LONDON and Paris are now connected by means of a telephone, and the completion of so great an enterprise deserves to be specially noted. The scheme was originally proposed by the French Government. It was at once taken into favourable consideration in England, and, when Mr. W. H. Preece had proved that it was practicable, it was adopted by the Postmaster-General.

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    The London-Paris Telephone. Nature 43, 475–476 (1891) doi:10.1038/043475a0

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