PARIS CODES                         

Code Name Remarks
023 OBErkampf  
027 OBServatoire  
033 ODEon  
073 OPEra  
076 ORNano  
     
204 BOIleau  
205 BOLivar  
206 COMbat  
207 BOSsuet, COPernic COPernic listed in 1949, 1953, not 1955. BOSsuet due to open 1963.
208 BOTzaris  
222 BABylone See note below.
224 BAGatelle  
225 BALzac  
227 CARnot First exchange in Paris to be converted to automatic working, 22.9.1928 (see note below).
228 BAtignolles  
235 BELle-Epine  
236 CENtral  
237 BERny  
242 CHArlebourg  
243 CHEnier Due to open 1963.
250 BLOmet  
253 ALEsia  
254                          CLIgnancourt  
256 ALMa  
265 ANJou  
270 BROssolette  
272 ARChives  
273 BREteuil (listed 1963), BREtagne (1965)  
274      ARGenteuil Listed 1951 and 1957.
283 BUFfon Due to open 1961.
284   AVIation  
287           AVRon  
288 AUTeuil  

BABylone. This exchange opened some time between 1947 and 1949. In a US military telephone directory dated May 1946 the code BAC is included.

CARnot. Being the first dial office, CARnot was cut over in phases, over several weeks. It may also have been the first exchange where call director equipment was used on a large rotary exchange.

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