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::" Dreyfus " published in Poet Lore ( September 1898 ) and subsequently in Mine and Thine ( 1904 ).
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Dreyfus and
* 1913 Jack Dreyfus, American businessman, founded the Dreyfus Corporation ( d. 2009 )
* 1894 The Dreyfus affair begins in France, when Alfred Dreyfus is wrongly convicted of treason.
* 1898 Émile Zola is imprisoned in France after writing " J ' accuse ", a letter accusing the French government of anti-Semitism and wrongfully imprisoning Captain Alfred Dreyfus.
* 1946 Jean-Claude Dreyfus, French actor
* 1898 Émile Zola's J ' accuse exposes the Dreyfus affair.
* 2009 Jack Dreyfus, American financial expert and the founder of the Dreyfus Funds ( b. 1913 )
* 1859 Alfred Dreyfus, French military officer ( d. 1935 )
* 1894 The Dreyfus affair: Alfred Dreyfus is arrested for spying.
In nineteenth-century France, the Dreyfus Affair ( 1894 99 ) contributed much to public interest in espionage.
* October 9 Alfred Dreyfus, French military officer ( d. 1935 )
* July 12 Alfred Dreyfus is exonerated.
* January 5 Dreyfus Affair: French officer Alfred Dreyfus is stripped of his army rank and sentenced to life imprisonment on Devil's Island.
* January 14 Emile Zola publishes J ' Accuse a letter accusing the French government of anti-Semitism and wrongfully placing Alfred Dreyfus in jail.
* October 15 Dreyfus affair: French Army officer Alfred Dreyfus is arrested for spying.
* December 22 Dreyfus Affair: French Army officer Alfred Dreyfus is convicted of treason.
* July 12 Alfred Dreyfus, French military officer ( b. 1859 )
His incompetence, clumsiness and stupidity, the fact that he is usually right, and his ability to always survive perilous situations are enough to eventually transform his direct superior ( former Chief Inspector Dreyfus ) into a homicidal psychopath to such a degree that Dreyfus even goes so far as to construct a doomsday device and threatens to destroy the world in a desperate attempt to kill Clouseau.

Dreyfus and poem
) Shostakovich sets the poem as a series of theatrical episodes — the Dreyfus affair, the Bialystok pogroms and the story of Anne Frank — as extended interludes to the main theme of the poem, lending the movement the dramatic structure and theatrical imagery of opera while resorting to graphic illustration and vivid word-painting.

Dreyfus and published
Many subscribers were alienated by Steiner's unpopular support of Émile Zola in the Dreyfus Affair and the journal lost more subscribers when Steiner published extracts from his correspondence with anarchist John Henry Mackay.
In all, Clemenceau published 665 articles defending Dreyfus during the affair.
Word of the military court's framing of Alfred Dreyfus and of an attendant cover-up began to spread, chiefly owing to J ' accuse, a vehement open letter published in a Paris newspaper in January 1898 by the notable writer Émile Zola.
Two poems were entitled " Dreyfus "— one published in 1898, and another in 1899 — and a third, published in 1906, entitled " Le Grand Salut ".
In the aftermath of the Dreyfus Affair-which exacerbated Mirbeau ’ s pessimism-he published two novels judged to be scandalous by self-styled paragons of virtue: Le Jardin des supplices ( Torture Garden ( 1899 ) and Le Journal d ' une femme de chambre ( Diary of a Chambermaid ) ( 1900 ), then Les Vingt et un Jours d ' un neurasthénique ( 1901 ).
He published articles signed by ' The Home Secretary ' in his newspaper, the United Irishman, during the Dreyfus Affair which displayed clear hatred for Jews.
On 13 January 1898, Emile Zola published his famous J ’ accuse, which accused the French government of anti-Semitism and especially focused on the court-martial and jailing of Dreyfus.
On 10 November Le Matin published a facsimile of the bordereau attributed to Dreyfus.
At the same time that this brochure was published, Matthew Dreyfus ordered handbills reproducing in facsimile the bordereau and a letter of his brother's, which were offered for sale.
On the night of 15 November, in a letter to the minister of war which was published at once, Matthew Dreyfus denounced " Count " Walsin Esterhazy as the writer of the bordereau and as the author of the treason for which his brother had been condemned.
During the last 11 years of his life he published over 100 papers despite suffering from crippling complications of a brain surgery ( Dreyfus, 2003 ).
In 1965, while teaching at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dreyfus published " Alchemy and Artificial Intelligence ", an attack on the work of Allen Newell and Herbert A. Simon, two of the leading researchers in the field of Artificial Intelligence.
Russell published a highly critical article weeks before the Warren Commission Report was published, setting forth 16 Questions on the Assassination and equating the Oswald case with the Dreyfus affair of late nineteenth century France in which the state wrongly convicted an innocent man.
Later on, Dreyfus again stepped away from the pack when it published a full-color prospectus as a supplement to The New York Times.

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