High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Treaty of Bern,
signed in 1874, established the General Postal Union, which is
today known as the Universal Postal Union.Named for the Swiss city
of Bern, where it was signed, the treaty was the result of an
international conference convened by the Swiss Government on
September 15, 1874. It was attended by representatives from 22
nations. Plans for the conference had been drawn up by Heinrich von
Stephan, a German postal official.On 9 October 1874, the Treaty was
signed. Originally called the General Postal Union, the
organization established by the Treaty was renamed the Universal
Postal Union in 1878 due to its large membership.
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