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The Mystery Surrounding the Dreyfus Affair

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until his honor was restored. See also edit Dreyfus was from Mulhouse, as were Sandherr and Scheurer-Kestner, Picquart was from Strasbourg, Zurlinden was from Colmar. It is no longer controlled by facts and circumstances carefully examined which will constitute a belief; it is the irresistible cavalier conviction which distorts the facts and beliefs. 110 Picquart communicated the results of his investigation to the General Staff, which opposed him under "the authority of the principle of already judged". In the meantime all such cases remained unsettled.

2010 (in German) Peter Lang, Die Dreyfus Affäre Die Macht des Vorurteils, Frankfurt, isbn (in English) The Dreyfus Affair A Trilogy of Plays, Oberon Books, London, January 2011. Ministerial instability caused some governmental instability. The affair from 1894 to 1906 divided France deeply and lastingly into two opposing camps: the pro-Army, mostly Catholic "anti-Dreyfusards" and the anticlerical, pro-republican Dreyfusards.

The president of the Civil Chamber of the court, Quesnay de Beaurepaire, was a Truly Good Man willing to lend the support of his high office to these calumnies; he tendered his resignation as a judge and began in L'Echo de Paris a series of articles against his colleagues. His most serious charge was that President Loew, at the end of a long and tiring sitting, had sent Picquart a glass of hot grog. Attacks on the court edit While the Criminal Court was proceeding with its inquiry, notwithstanding the secrecy with which all its movements were surrounded, rumors were spreading that the decision would favour revision. now considered by everyone as inapplicable to the prisoner. From General Saussier, Governor of Paris for example. Social edit The social context was marked by the rise of nationalism and of antisemitism. A banker, Castro, formally identified the writing as that of Esterhazy, who was his debtor, and told Mathieu. World War I and was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel at the end of the war. The court martial at Rennes edit The presumptions admitted by the Court of Cassation in favour of the innocence of Dreyfus were so powerful that, according to general opinion, the judgment of the court martial at Rennes could be nothing but a mere formality, destined.