Jack dreyfus, also known as “the lion of wall street,” founded dreyfus funds in new york city in 1951 a 1964 life magazine article attributes dreyfus as revolutionizing the advertising of mutual funds, which were largely a part of institutional investing (ie pension plans) but not all news has been positive for dreyfus throughout its over 60-year history 2004 was a particularly. Case is analogous to “the tragic absurdity of the claim the bush ad- ministration used to justify the scandal of its detention system” begley is right, of course, that the dreyfus case is important and. Exoneration alfred dreyfus and committed dreyfusards remained steadfast in their resolve to establish his innocence in 1901, the struggle continued with the publication of zola’s truth on the march, the first volume of joseph reinach’s history of the dreyfus affair, and dreyfus’s own account, five years of my life. On october 15, 1894, alfred dreyfus, a jewish artillery captain attached to the french general staff, was arrested on charges of having betrayed his country by selling military secrets to the germans.
The dreyfus affair (french: l'affaire dreyfus, pronounced [lafɛʁ dʁɛfys]) was a political scandal that divided the third french republic from 1894 until its resolution in 1906 the affair is often seen as a modern and universal symbol of injustice,  and it remains one of the most notable examples of a complex miscarriage of justice and. Alfred dreyfus in 1884 credit from “dreyfus” (museum of the art and history of judaism, paris) the case against dreyfus, such as it was, began to unravel when lt col marie-georges. Literature on the affair continues to proliferate2 indeed, the latest account of the hapless captain dreyfus and the cause celebre his case generated, jean-denis bredin's compelling synthesis l'affaire, was hailed on its publication in france.  for excellent accounts of the affair, see piers paul read, the dreyfus affair, bloomsbury, london, 2012 ruth harris, the man on devil’s island: alfred dreyfus and the affair that divided france, penguin books london, 2010.
Dreyfus affair (drā`fəs, drī–), the controversy that occurred with the treason conviction (1894) of capt alfred dreyfus (1859–1935), a french artillery officer and graduate of the french military academy the case the case arose when a french spy in the german embassy discovered a handwritten bordereau [schedule], received by major maximilien von schwartzkoppen, german military. At least for the foreseeable future, this superb account of the dreyfus affair by jean-denis, which appeared first in french in 1983, will almost certainly stand as the best account of what is unquestionably one of the seminal events in france since the french revolution. The page and click login for dreyfus mutual fund account how to click register to create a user id and password to establish online access your password is case sensitive a password must contain: • between 8 and 10 characters • a minimum of 4 alpha characters. Émile zola’s defense of alfred dreyfus is at the yeshiva university museum credit chester higgins jr/ the new york times the case became a fulcrum for public passions. A history of the dreyfus case: from the arrest of captain dreyfus in october, 1894, up to the flight of esterhazy in september, 1898 george barlow simpkin, marshall, hamilton, kent & company , 1899 - france - 480 pages.
Alfred dreyfus (second right) on his release from devil's island photograph: martin argles/collect in october 1894 captain alfred dreyfus was arrested on the charge of high treason, accused on. Tillier’s vivid accounts of the artists’ quarrels show how deeply the nation was divided by the dreyfus case the church, however, was anything but equivocal. Jerry seinfeld and larry david talk account of the dreyfus case during a script meeting on the set of seinfeld in 1998 getty images red cross the red cross is mobilizing trained red a literary analysis of oedipus rex by sophocles cross disaster relief workers to support this response effort downloads. Account and profile and thus was born the legend of julia louis-dreyfus, who would become one of the greatest sitcom stars in modern television history in her case, that beautiful she. The dreyfus affair received non-stop, blanket news coverage, mostly by the tabloids, and the story absorbed france and the world for years then, as now, most french newspapers were owned and operated by wealthy bankers and industrialists, who were predominantly jewish.
Jack dreyfus, also known as the lion of wall street, founded dreyfus funds in new york city in 1951 a 1964 life magazine article describes dreyfus as revolutionizing the advertising of mutual. A legal case against an officer of the french general staff, the jew alfred dreyfus (1859-1935), who was unjustly accused of spying for germany, a charge fabricated in 1894 by reactionary french militarists. As the dreyfus case turned into the affair, the history of a single military career came to display the conflicts that were tearing france apart: military defeat, anti-semitic furor, and the place of traditional values in a country still reeling from the turbulence of the french revolution. The lesson of the dreyfus case robert o paxton february 27, 1986 issue the affair: the case of alfred dreyfus by jean-denis bredin if you subscribe to the print edition, you may also need to link your web site account to your print subscription click here to link your account services.
In december 1894, on the rise of political antisemitism in france, captain alfred dreyfus, a jewish officer of the french army had been unjustly convicted for high treason and sentenced to life imprisonment by the french military court. Alfred dreyfus (french: [alfʁɛd dʁɛfys] 9 october 1859 – 12 july 1935) was a french jewish artillery officer whose trial and conviction in 1894 on charges of treason became one of the most tense political dramas in modern french history with a wide echo in all europe. Above all, the book brings to life the man at the heart of the case, oscar slater—in many respects an immigrant everyman—who in the few previous accounts had been a cipher at the center of his own story.
The protestants and the dreyfus case home the 19th century the protestants and the dreyfus case many protestants took sides in favour of captain dreyfus some will even take an active part in the movement that will allow the re-examination of the process, such as scheurer-kestner, vice-president of the senate in 1897, and francis de pressensé, one of the founders and first president of. Entitled j’accuse, the film is based on the notorious dreyfus affair, a shocking miscarriage of justice case that convulsed france at the end of the 19th century it takes its title from the.