Dreyfusard a supporter of the French army officer of Jewish descent Alfred Dreyfus (1859–1935), who in 1894 was falsely accused of providing military secrets to the Germans; his trial and imprisonment caused a major political crisis in France. He was eventually rehabilitated in 1906.
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