Exhibition Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the French-German Elysee Treaty

  • 08:00 AM-5:30 PM
  • Richard J. Daley Center, 50 W. Washington Street

The Élysée Treaty, also known as the Treaty of Friendship, was established by Charles de Gaulle of France and Konrad Adenauer of Germany on January 22, 1963 for reconciliation between the two countries. With it, Germany and France established a new foundation for relations that began a solid friendship between the two.