Association européenne de thanatologie (AET)
European Thanatological Association
Europäische Vereinigung für Thanatologie
Europese Vereniging voor Thanatologie
1966-03-26 Brussels Belgium
26 Mar 1966, Brussels (Belgium). Also known as European Federation of Funeral Directors -- Communauté européenne des entreprises de pompes funèbres -- Europäische Gemeinschaft des Bestattungsgewerbes -- Europese Gemeenschap voor Begrafenisondernemingen. Ceased to exist 31 Dec 1994, when replaced by D-XD4608 - European Federation of Funeral Services (EFFS).
Assist families over the painful experiences which may arise when one of their members dies in another European country; improve regulations regarding hygiene and costs of repatriation.
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