Starting Saturday, December 1, on the eve of the anniversary of Napoleon’s victory at Austerlitz, the Gamma Rapho photo agency will exhibit sixty vintage photographs in honor of the French military academy of Saint-Cyr, whose students, according to its motto, “study to conquer.” The treasures accumulated over the years by Gamma Rapho, from glass plates and negatives to prints, depict historical moments from the school’s past.
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