Dreyfus may refer to:

  • The Dreyfus affair, a French political scandal
  • Dreyfus, a 1930 German film on the Dreyfus affair
  • Louis Dreyfus Group, a company
  • Dreyfus Corporation, a Mellon Financial Corporation subsidiary
  • Disques Dreyfus, a French record label
  • The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation, United States-based charitable foundation
  • Berta A. Dreyfus Intermediate School 49, middle school in Staten Island, New York City
  • Centre d'entraînement Robert Louis-Dreyfus, also known as La Commanderie, training ground of Olympique de Marseille
  • Dreyfus Prize in the Chemical Sciences, chemistry award
  • 6317 Dreyfus, main-belt asteroid

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Famous quotes containing the word dreyfus:

    “I am innocent, Long live France! I am innocent,” Dreyfus kept repeating, over and over, while they reviled him. All he needed was a crown of thorns.
    Norman Reilly Raine (1895–1971)