Place de la Concorde - Paris riot 1934
It was one of the major political crises during the Third Republic (1871–1940), and it entered the popular consciousness, especially that of the socialists, as an attempt to organize a fascist coup d'état.
As a result of the actions of that day, several anti-fascist organisations were created, such as the Comité de vigilance des intellectuels antifascistes, in an attempt to thwart the rise of fascism in France. More information here.
French National Assembly, 2014
Target of the attempted Fascist Coup d'Etat of 6 February 1934.
Scene of 6 February 1934 battle
Les Deux Magots Café - one of the scenes of the 6 February 1934 battle.
La Pérouse restaurant
Where Urby finally meets Daphne Robinson.
Stanley Bontemps' swanky apartment
Building on rue Caulaincourt, Montmartre, Paris
Montmartre, Paris where a number of American jazz groups played in the 1920s and 1930s
Hôtel LUTETIA, Left Bank, Paris
Where Urby and Jean Fletcher find refuge from the riot of 6 February 1934.
Metro at Place Pigalle, Montmartre, Paris
Subway station often used by Urby Brown.
The La Belle Princesse nightclub would have been located on this street
Eiffel Tower and the Alexander III bridge
"The Eiffel Tower loomed like a giant black skeleton in the darkness." - Urby Brown, Rage in Paris