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  1. says:

    This is a huge book so as you can imagine it goes into every aspect of the famous case of Captain Alfred Dreyfus

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    Honor loyalty duty and faithfulness to one’s country are thought by some to be the highest of virtues What if such patriotic pride is founded on lies deceitfulness and persecution of the innocent? Are the higher transcendent virtues of truth and justice important? Such a moral dilemma is posed in Jean Denis Bredin’s The Affair The Case of Alfred Dreyfus The Dreyfus Affair happened in France at the end of the 19th century The

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    I selected this book to read believing that a better knowledge of the Dreyfus Affair would lead me to a better understanding of the environment that led to Theodore Herzl's actions Although I did not expect Herzl to be a main thread throughout

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    When I ran across this book in a used bookstore I suddenly realized that although I’d heard of the Dreyfus affair I had no idea what it was So I decided to fill that gap in my education I’m glad I did Bredin’s account published in France in 1983 and in the United States in 1986 is a shocking example of the depths to which people can sink in order to rationalize injusticeAlfred Dreyfus was the son of a respected

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    I read this book over vacation to France It’s a fascinating in depth examination of the entire saga of the Alfred Dreyfus case from late 19th century France I’ve been getting into French history lately and ‘the affair’ had com

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    I'd heard long ago about the Dreyfus Affair and wated to read in detail about it A huge miscarriage of justice at the turn of the century saw an anti semitic and reactionary French army bungle affairs and then frame a Jewis

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    Bredin's account of the Dreyfus affair excellently translated by Jeffrey Mehlman and its effects on the politics and intellectual climate of France of the time is clear eyed and detailed and written as compellingly as any thriller I w

  8. says:

    While reading Proust's classic novel In Search of Lost Time I was impressed with the importance and pervasive nature of the Dreyfus Affair While Proust abstained from politics most of his life he made an exception of the Dreyfus Affair when he actively took up the defense of Captain Dreyfus Traces of this appear throughout

  9. says:

    I am no longer currently reading this I've wanted to know about the Dreyfus trial for years It keeps coming up in my reading about other people of that era One would be Dreyfusard another against I knew the general story but not the details

  10. says:

    This is the best book I've read on the Dreyfus Affair so far Bredin does an excellent job keeping track of the numerous forged documents the complex case against Dreyfus and the ways that the press and politics eventually brought about Dreyfus's exoneration Mehlman has translated this from French It is extremely readable

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review  eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ò Jean-Denis Bredin

Y accused of high treason Here he began a twelve year ordeal that included imprisonment on Devil's Island trial. When I ran across this book in a used bookstore I suddenly realized that although I d heard of the Dreyfus affair I had no idea what it was So I decided to fill that gap i

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The Affair The Case of Alfred Dreyfus

On an autumn morning in 1894 Captain Alfred Dreyfus appeared for a routine inspection but found himself summaril. I selected this book to read believing that a better knowledge of the Dreyfus Affair would lead me to a better understanding of the environment that led to Theodore Herzl s

review  eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ò Jean-Denis Bredin

And long delayed pardon This book is an account of the Dreyfus Affair the scandal that rocked 19th century Franc. Bredin s account of the Dreyfus affair excellently translated by Jeffrey Mehlman and its effects on the politics and intellectual climate of France of the time is clear eyed