GERMANY: Notes, Jul. 28, 1924

In the Autumn, passengers on the principal German express trains will be able to telephone any number in Germany or to be telephoned from any point in the country. This is to be made possible by the installation of wireless outfits on the trains.

The procedure is for the passenger to call up a German city and ask to be connected with the desired number. Persons wishing to call a passenger must call up the central exchange, ask for the train and, when connected, ask for the passenger, who will then be paged.


In the Prussian Diet...

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