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The establishment is launching a crowdfunding campaign, up to € 10,000, to buy photos from a collector. They will be scanned on the museum website and will be available to everyone.

Between 1894 and 1899, the Dreyfus affair made the headlines and divided France into two camps that tear. It was at Rennes that the Revision trial of Captain Alfred Dreyfus took place during the summer of 1899.

The Museum of Brittany retains important collections and presents a permanent exhibition around the case. In order to enrich this collection, he wishes today to acquire two completely unpublished sets of photographs. For this, he launched a crowdfunding campaign on KisskissBankBank and launched a call to contribution.

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The first set shows the return of Captain Dreyfus from the Ile du Diable, aboard the cruiser Le Sfax, in June 1899. On June 3, 1899 the judgment pronounced in 1894 which condemned Captain Alfred Dreyfus for betrayal is canceled by the courtyard of cassation. The case is referred to the Rennes War Council. Alfred Dreyfus must be taken from the Devil Island, off Kourou in Guyana for over four years.

"of great rarity"

The boat left the island of the devil on June 9, 1899 and arrived in view of the Breton coasts 20 days later, Dreyfus arrived in Quiberon on the night of June 30 to July 1, 1899, the trip Then continues to Rennes where Dreyfus is imprisoned in military prison pending the revision of the trial.

"These images aboard the Sfax are very rarity, details the Museum of Brittany. All are legendary and dated in pencil; The photograph which shows Alfred Dreyfus upboard on the ship is particularly moving, the captain imprisoned for almost five years, nevertheless performs military salvation on his arrival.

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available to all

The second set is an album bringing together 78 photographs of the revision trial which took place in Rennes. They are mainly dated and legendary: the author, anonymous, is a member of the team of stenographers and is present throughout the trial. "The written mentions are meticulous and provides essential documentary information which makes it possible to identify a large number of people.

As soon as they digitize, these photographs will be published on the Portal of the Collections of the Museum of Brittany. Being part of the public domain, they will be available to everyone. Out of € 10,000, to date, € 1,739 have been collected. There are 42 days left.

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