American Expeditionary Forces Window
This stained glass window is located in the northwest corner of the church. Enter the church from the main entrance on Quai d'Orsay; this window is the first one on the right hand side if you are facing the altar. Commemorative Object This stained glass window is dedicated to the American Expeditionary Forces (the name which the U.S. Army adopted during the First World War) as well as the general concept of Franco-American Friendship that stretches back to the American Revolution. The window is divided into two sides, the American side on the left and the French side on the right. In the center of the window, the American side shows General George Washington flanked by an American soldier from the First World War. Gen Washington is facing the French side that features Marquis de Lafayette who is flanked by a French soldier from the time period of the American Revolution. Above each of these four individuals are their respective family or military seals.
Marquis de (Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier) Lafayette
Allied Expeditionary Force
United States Army