The Dreyfus Affair: A Chronological History

Paperback | April 15, 2008

byGeorge Whyte

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This account of the Dreyfus Affair, chronicles for the first time in English and day by day, the drama that destabilized French society (1894-1906) and reverberated across the world. A deliberate miscarriage of justice, the public degradation of an innocent Jewish officer and his incarceration on Devil's Island, espionage, intrigue, media pressure, vehement antisemitism and political skulduggery - topics so relevant to our times - are set within a broad historical context. Meticulous research, new translations of key documents, a wealth of primary sources and illustrations and a select bibliography make this an indispensable reference work.

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This account of the Dreyfus Affair, chronicles for the first time in English and day by day, the drama that destabilized French society (1894-1906) and reverberated across the world. A deliberate miscarriage of justice, the public degradation of an innocent Jewish officer and his incarceration on Devil's Island, espionage, intrigue, me...

GEORGE R. WHYTE is chairman of the Dreyfus Society for Human Rights and the author of The Accused: The Dreyfus Trilogy (1996).

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:560 pages, 9.29 × 6.27 × 1.1 inPublished:April 15, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230202853

ISBN - 13:9780230202856

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Table of Contents

Foreword; Sir Martin Gilbert
Author's Preface
Biographical Summaries
Chronology in 10 Sections
Section 1: Historical Background
Sections 2-9: The Affair 1894-1906
Section 10: Legacy, Repercussions and Memory, 1906 to Present Day
Comprehensive Endnotes including Analyses, Comment and Bibliographical References
55 Appendices comprising Open Letters, Personal and General Correspondence, Newspaper Articles, Investigation Reports, Government Communiques, Speeches and Reflections
Selected and General Bibliography
70 Illustrations and Maps
Index