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Cercle de l’Union Interalliée, 33 rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré 75008 Paris

The Union Interalliée was founded in 1917, when the United States officially entered World War I, and soon after the Escadrille de LaFayette squadron (mainly composed of American volunteer pilots) joined the French Air Service, l’Aéronautique Militaire.

The founders of the Union Interalliée included the Count of Beaumont, Paul Dupuy, the Count J. de Bryas, Arthur Meyer, and MJ of Sillac. Strong support came from from statesmen, ambassadors, collaborators, and field marshals, including the Count of Andigne, Bardac, du Breuil Saint-Germain, André Citroën, L. Dumontet, and the Count of Fels. These founders established a Committee, chaired by Vice Admiral Fournier, with the vision of establishing the Union Interalliée as a resource and place of welcome to the officers and key figures of the Allied nations. In 1920, for the sum of €1,067,143, the Union Interalliée purchased one of the most beautiful mansions in Paris, the hotel Henri de Rothschild.

Following WWI, the ongoing mission for the Union Interalliée was to maintain harmony between the people and nations who had joined together at the time of war. Field Marshal Foch became President of the Cercle on 1st June 1920. Also in 1920, the Union Interalliée received official recognition by authorities for its importance in diplomatic relations between all the allied nations.

Cercle de l’Union Interalliée
33 rue du Faubourg Saint
Honoré 75008 Paris
+33 1 42 65 96 00
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Paris Hotels


Le Bristol
112 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
01 53 43 43 00

Le Faubourg
15 rue Boissy d’Anglas
01 44 94 14 00

8 rue Duphot
01 42 60 34 12

40 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
01 44 94 25 25

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