The strategic friendship between France and the U.S. has helped change history.

The American Friends of Blérancourt (AFB) proudly supports
the Franco-American Museum, Château de Blérancourt in Picardy, France
whose mission is to uphold and further this friendship through
historical, artistic and educational exhibitions, programs and exchanges.

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The Franco-American Museum,
Château de Blérancourt

The Franco-American Museum, Château de Blérancourt

The Franco-American Museum,
Château de Blérancourt

A history and art museum located on the strategic route between Paris and Brussels that was created in the aftermath of World War I. Its founder: Anne Morgan, a daughter of the American financier J.P. Morgan.

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Traveling Exhibition
American Women Rebuilding France 1917-1924

American Women Rebuilding France 1917-1924, a powerful exhibition of historic photos and black-and-white film footage depicting France’s devastated Picardy region post-WWI and the American women volunteers working with the population who helped rebuild it.

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documentary film premiering in March 2019

documentary film premiering in March 2019

Anne Morgan’s War: L’autre chemin des Dames, a documentary film on Anne Morgan and her work in France following WWI will premiere during Women’s History Month in March 2019 on U.S. public television stations.

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