The extraordinary circumstances of WWII opened the door to wider roles for women, as this article shows through the experience of a unit of ambulance drivers.
In 1989, the Flame of Liberty (Flamme de la Liberté) was presented to the city of Paris as a symbol of the Franco-American friendship.
As Chairman Connie Milstein’s first recruit to the renewed F-ACF board, Buffy Cafritz’s wisdom and guidance were indispensable in the early period of the Foundation’s transition. Her local, national, and international perspective — gained from decades of charitable activity — will continue to be felt, even in her absence.
For over 350 years, the fountains at the Palace of Versailles have been showing off their water effects.
Audrey Chapuis is a native Austinite and has lived in Paris since 2014. She is the Director of the American Library in Paris.
Rue Benjamin-Franklin is located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. At one end of the street is a monument in honor of Franklin, who was a resident of Paris from 1777 to 1785.
Watch a conversation between French President Emmanuel Macron and Atlantic Council’s Europe Center Director Benjamin Haddad about the EU and transatlantic relations.
An aggressive effort is underway to make Notre-Dame Cathedral accessible in time for the 2024 Olympics that will be hosted in Paris, but it will be years, if not decades, before the restoration process is complete.
In April 1859, a group of Americans founded the first Episcopal Church outside the United States in a rented room at 14, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris.
As spring arrives and the world around us is in bloom, we are thinking about the stunning gardens at the Palace of Versailles and looking forward to the day – hopefully soon – when we can visit again.