International Spiritualists Federation
(Fédération Spirites Internationale)
A Spiritualist organization founded in 1923 with headquarters
at Maison des Spirites, 8 Rue Copernic, Paris. Its original
presidents were Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Ernest W. Oaten
(editor of the journal Two Worlds). Affiliated associations were
formed in Europe (England, France, Germany, Spain, Holland,
Belgium, and Switzerland), the Americas (United States,
Cuba, Costa Rica, and Mexico), and South Africa. The first International
Spiritualist Congress was held at Liège, Belgium, in
1923, followed by four others in 1925, 1928, 1931, and 1934.
The organization was destroyed during World War II.

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