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This funny yet serious short film demonstrates the effectiveness of advertising and the marketing machine. Its comic appeal lies in the characters and the absurd situations they find themselves in, but it also shines a harsh light on our tendency towards needless consumerism prompted by a steady flow of commercials.
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On 6 September Charles Maurras published a eulogy of Henry in La Gazette de France in which he called him a "heroic servant of the great interests of the State".
In December the same newspaper launched a subscription, in favour of his widow, to erect a monument to Henry. Each gift was accompanied by pithy, often abusive, remarks on Dreyfus, the Dreyfusards, and the Jews.
Some 14, subscribers,  including 53 deputies, sent , francs. The government transferred the case to the Supreme Court for its opinion on the past four years of proceedings.
France was really divided into two, but no more generalization is possible: the Jewish community was little involved, intellectuals were not all Dreyfusards, [Note 32] the Protestants were divided, and Marxists refused to support Dreyfus.
Cavaignac, having resigned for continuing to spread his anti-Dreyfusard vision of the Affair, arose as an anti-revisionist leader.
General Zurlinden who succeeded him and was influenced by the General Staff, delivered a negative opinion at the review on 10 September comforting the extremist press by saying that, "a review means war".
The obstinacy of the Government, who voted to revert to the Supreme Court on 26 September , led to the resignation of Zurlinden who was soon replaced by General Chanoine.
Ministerial instability caused some governmental instability. In he had covered the actions of General Mercier at the beginning of the Dreyfus Affair,  and four years later he announced that he would follow the judgment of the Supreme Court,  thus blocking the road for those who wanted to stifle the review and divest the Court.
On 5 December in the shadow of a debate in the House on the transmission of the "secret file" to the Supreme Court the tension rose another notch.
Insults, invective, and other nationalistic violence gave way to threats of an uprising. A new crisis arose at the same time in the heart of the Supreme Court, since Quesnay de Beaurepaire, President of the Civil Chamber, accused the Criminal Chamber of Dreyfusism in the press.
He resigned on 8 January as a hero of the nationalist cause. This crisis led to the divestiture of the Criminal Division in favour of joint chambers.
This was the point of blockage for the review. In the affair took up more and more of the political scene. It was a failure as it was not supported by the military.
On 4 June Loubet was assaulted at the Longchamp Racecourse. These provocations plus permanent demonstrations from the extreme right, although it never actually put the Republic in danger, created a burst of Republicanism leading to the formation of a "government of republican defence" around Waldeck-Rousseau on 22 June The Dreyfus affair led to a clear reorganization of the French political landscape.
The Supreme Court considered the affair in the context of press campaigns against the Criminal Division , the magistrates being constantly dragged through the mud in nationalist newspapers from the Panama scandals.
On 29 October , after the submission of the report from the recorder Alphonse Bard, the Criminal Chamber of the Court stated that "the application is admissible and will proceed with a supplementary investigation".
The recorder Louis Loew presided. He was subjected to a very violent campaign of antisemitic insults due to his being an Alsatian Protestant accused of being a deserter and tainted by the Prussians.
Despite the compliant silence of Mercier, Billot, Zurlinden, and Roget, who hid behind the authority of "already judged" and "state secret", understanding of the affair increased.
Cavaignac made a statement two days long, but failed to prove the guilt of Dreyfus. On the contrary, he unwittingly exonerated him by a demonstration of the exact date of the bordereau August Picquart then demonstrated all the workings of the error, then the conspiracy.
A new furiously antisemitic press campaign burst during the event, while L'Aurore on 29 October published an article entitled Victory in the same character as J'accuse!
On 9 February , the Criminal Division submitted its report by highlighting two important facts: it was certain Esterhazy used the same paper as the bordereau [Note 33] and the secret file was completely void.
These two major events alone destroyed all proceedings against Alfred Dreyfus. In parallel, President Mazeau conducted an inquiry by the Criminal Division, which led to divestiture thereof "to not only leave it to bear alone all responsibility for the final decision," so protecting the Criminal Division from actions arising from its report.
On 28 February , Waldeck-Rousseau spoke to the Senate on the floor and denounced "moral conspiracy" within the government and in the street. The review was no longer avoidable.
He took on the legal files and decided on a further investigation. Ten additional witnesses were interviewed, which further weakened the version of the General Staff.
The prosecutor Manau echoed the views of the President. Mornard who represented Lucie Dreyfus argued without any difficulty or opposition from the prosecution.
On 3 June , the joint chambers of the Supreme Court overturned the judgment of in a formal hearing. By that judgment, the Supreme Court imposed itself as an absolute authority capable of standing up to military and political power.
The court, in overturning the judgement, believed in the legal autonomy of the military court without taking into account the laws of esprit de corps.
Alfred Dreyfus was in no way aware of what was happening thousands of kilometres from him. Neither was he aware of the schemes hatched to guarantee that he could never return, or the commitment of countless men and women to his cause.
The prison administration filtered information deemed confidential. At the end of , he learned with astonishment the actual size of the affair, about which he knew nothing: the accusation by his brother against Esterhazy, the acquittal of the traitor, Henry's confession and suicide, and the reading of the record of investigations of the Supreme Court, which he received two months after its publication.
On 9 June he left Devil's Island , heading to France, but locked in a cabin as if guilty, even though he no longer was. He disembarked on 30 June in Port Haliguen on the Quiberon peninsula in the greatest secrecy, "a clandestine and nocturnal return".
He was remanded on 7 August before the military court of the Breton capital. General Mercier, champion of the anti-Dreyfusards, intervened constantly in the press to confirm the accuracy of the first judgement: Dreyfus was surely guilty.
Immediately, however, dissent emerged in the defence of Dreyfus. His two lawyers actually had opposing strategies. Demange wanted to stand on the defensive and just get the acquittal of Dreyfus.
Labori, a brilliant lawyer who was just 35 years old, wanted to take the offensive, to aim higher and defeat and publicly humiliate the General Staff.
Mathieu Dreyfus imagined a complementarity between the two lawyers. The conduct of the trial revealed the disunity that served the prosecution with a defence so impaired.
The trial opened on 7 August in an atmosphere of extreme tension. Rennes was in a state of siege. He and du Paty were both excused.
On the appearance of Dreyfus, emotions ran high. His physical appearance disturbed his supporters and some of his opponents.
They stubbornly considered null and void the confessions of Henry and Esterhazy. The trial even tended to go out of control to the extent that the decisions of the Supreme Court were not taken into account.
They discussed in particular the bordereau, which was the proof of guilt of Esterhazy. Nevertheless Mercier was booed at the end of the hearing.
The nationalist press and the anti-Dreyfusards could only speculate on his silence about the "conclusive evidence" the pseudo-note annotated by the Kaiser, which nobody will ever see in evidence that he had not ceased to report before the trial.
On 14 August Labori was on his way to court when he was shot in the back by an extremist who escaped and was never found.
The lawyer was missing from discussions for over a week at the decisive moment of the examination of witnesses. On 22 August his condition had improved and he returned.
Incidents between the two lawyers for Dreyfus multiplied. Labori reproached Demange about his excessive caution.
The Government, in the face of the military hardening stance, still had two ways to influence events: call for testimony from Germany or abandon the charge.
The German Embassy sent a polite refusal to the government. He asked him to act in the spirit of the revised judgment of the Supreme Court.
The officer pretended not to understand the allusion and helped the nationalist lawyer Auffray to make the indictment against Dreyfus.
The defence needed to make a decision because the outcome of the case looked bad, despite evidence of the absence of charges against the accused. They decided to risk conciliation in exchange for the acquittal that seemed to be promised by the government.
Demange, alone and without illusions, continued the defence of Dreyfus in an atmosphere of civil war. In Paris the antisemitic and nationalist agitators of Auteuil were arrested.
On 9 September the court rendered its verdict: Dreyfus was convicted of treason, but "with extenuating circumstances" by five votes to two and sentenced to ten years' imprisonment and a further degradation.
Contrary to appearances, this verdict was on the verge of acquittal by one vote. The Code of Military Justice adopted the principle that a minority vote of three against four was an acquittal.
The day after the verdict, Alfred Dreyfus, after much hesitation, filed an appeal for a retrial. Waldeck-Rousseau, in a difficult position, tackled for the first time the possibility of a pardon.
Dreyfus had to accept guilt. Exhausted, having been away from his family for too long, he accepted. The decree was signed on 19 September and he was released on 21 September Many Dreyfusards were frustrated by this final act.
Public opinion welcomed this conclusion indifferently. France wanted civil peace and harmony on the eve of the Universal Exhibition of and before the big fight that the Republic was about to take for freedom of association and secularism.
It was in this spirit that on 17 November Waldeck-Rousseau filed an amnesty law covering "all criminal acts or misdemeanours related to the Dreyfus affair or that have been included in a prosecution for one of these acts" excluding only Alfred Dreyfus himself who was instead pardoned to be able to still seek acquittal.
Many Dreyfusards protested as this indemnified not only Zola and Picquart against further punishment but also protected the real culprits.
Despite these massive protests the bill was passed. Reactions in France were strong, consisting of "shock and sadness" in the revisionist camp.
The Republicans sought above all social peace and to turn the page on this extremely long and controversial affair. Also there were very few demonstrations in the provinces while agitation persisted somewhat in Paris.
Two of the seven judges voted for acquittal. This was also clearly seen. In an apostrophe for the army, Galliffet announced: "The incident is closed".
Anti-French demonstrations took place in twenty foreign capitals and the press was outraged. Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg cancelled his concerts in France in protest.
The English judge, who went as an observer to Rennes, criticised the weaknesses of the Military Court:.
The Military judges were not familiar with the law or criminal proceedings. They lacked the experience and skill that can see the evidence behind the evidence.
They were drowning in prejudice and they acted according to what they saw as the honour of the army. Impressed, full of respect for their superiors, they accorded too much importance to fragile allegations that were only made against the accused.
Dreyfus would now be a free man. In Germany and Italy , the two countries widely challenged by lawsuits against Dreyfus, there was relief.
Even if the Emperor of Germany regretted that the innocence of Dreyfus was not recognized the normalization of future Franco-German relations was seen as a welcome relaxation.
Diplomacy of the three powers with the help of England sought to relax in an atmosphere that deteriorated again on the eve of the First World War.
This judicial conclusion also had an unfortunate consequence for the relationship between the Dreyfus family and the branch of ultra dreyfusists.
Fernand Labori, Jaures, and Clemenceau, with the consent of Picquart openly accused Alfred Dreyfus of accepting the pardon and only gently protesting the amnesty law.
Dreyfus was not found innocent. The rehabilitation process was not completed until six years later, when passions had cooled.
Many books appeared during this period. As for Zola he wrote the third of his Gospels: Truth. Even Esterhazy took advantage of his secrets and sold several different versions of the text of his statement to the consul of France.
On 29 September , Zola, who was the initiator of The Affair and the first of the intellectual Dreyfusards, died, asphyxiated by fumes from his chimney.
His wife, Alexandrine, narrowly escaped. Anatole France , who demanded that Dreyfus be present at the funeral while the Chief of Police wanted his absence "to avoid problems", read his funeral oration for the author of " J'accuse!
Before recalling the struggle undertaken by Zola for justice and truth is it possible for me to keep silent about those men bent on the destruction of an innocent man and who, after feeling lost, was saved and overwhelmed with the desperate audacity of fear?
How to depart from your sight then I have a duty to show you Zola rises up weak and disarmed against them? Can I hide their lies?
It would silence his heroic righteousness. Can I hide their crimes? That would conceal his virtue.
Can I silence the insults and calumnies which they have pursued? It would silence his reward and honours. Can I hide their shame? It would silence his glory.
No, I will speak. Envy him: he honoured his country and the world by a vast and a great act. Envy him, his destiny and his heart gave out the greatest.
He was a moment of human conscience. In , the newspaper Liberation published a death-bed confession by a Parisian roofer that he had murdered Zola by blocking the chimney of his house.
The elections of saw the victory of the left. Legally, it formed an admission of the collusion of the General Staff,.
For my side I can not trust any of my chiefs who have been working on falsehoods, I ask for my retirement. The investigation was conducted by Captain Antoine Louis Targe, aide to the minister.
During searches of the Statistics Section he discovered numerous documents, most of which were obviously fabricated.
This was in compliance with the regulations since the Minister found an error committed by the Military Court.
This was the beginning of a new review led by lawyer Ludovic Trarieux , the founder of the League of Human Rights, with a thorough investigation to run over two years.
The years and were devoted to different legal phases before the Supreme Court. The court identified three events grounds for review, the demonstration of the falsification of the Panizzardi telegram, demonstration of a date change on a document in the trial April changed to April and demonstration of the fact that Dreyfus had not removed the minutes related to heavy artillery in the army.
In regard to the writing of the bordereau the court was particularly severe against Alphonse Bertillon who "reasoned badly on forged documents".
The report [Note 36] showed that the writing was certainly by Esterhazy and that the latter had also confessed subsequently.
Finally the Court demonstrated by a comprehensive and skilled analysis of the bordereau the futility of this purely intellectual construction and a commission of four headed by a general of artillery, General Sebert, maintained "it is highly unlikely that an artillery officer could write this missive".
On 9 March Attorney-General Baudouin delivered an page report in which he demanded the convictions be quashed without further reference to another court and denounced the army.
He began a divestiture of the military justice system, which did not conclude until The anti-Dreyfusards protested at this hasty rehabilitation.
The goal was obviously political: it was to finish and finally turn the page. Nothing could dent the conviction of the opponents of Dreyfus.
This method was the most direct and most definitive. What was annulled not only put a stop to Rennes, but the entire chain of prior acts, beginning with the arraignment order given by General Saussier in The Court focused on the legal aspects only and observed that Dreyfus did not have a duty to be returned before a Military Court for the simple reason that it should never have taken place due to the total absence of charges:.
Whereas in the final analysis of the accusation against Dreyfus nothing remains standing and setting aside the judgment of the Military Court leaves nothing that can be considered to be a crime or misdemeanour; therefore by applying the final paragraph of Article no reference to another court should be pronounced.
Dreyfus was reinstated in the army with the rank of artillery major by law on 13 July This reflected the rank to which he could reasonably have been expected to have risen had his career not been interrupted by the false charges against him.
After serving for a year as commander of the artillery depot at Fort Neuf de Vincennes , Major Dreyfus retired in June ; a decision taken in part because of recurrent tropical fevers and chronic fatigue arising from the strain of his imprisonment.
It was an occasion for new antisemitic riots that the government suppressed half-heartedly. As a reserve officer Dreyfus participated in the First World War of —, serving as head of the artillery depot at a fortified camp near Paris and commander of a supply column.
In he saw frontline service at the Chemin des Dames and Verdun. Alfred Dreyfus's two nephews also fought as artillery officers in the French Army and both were killed.
He ended his military career as a colonel. Dreyfus died on 12 July at the age of seventy-five. Colonel Picquart was also officially rehabilitated and reintegrated into the army with the rank of Brigadier general.
Picquart was Minister of War from to in the first Clemenceau government; he died in January in a riding accident.
For some the Dreyfus affair marked French society as a tortured society. All sections of society were affected; some were devastated.
The enduring significance of the Dreyfus Affair It shows how longstanding beliefs and tensions can be transformed In the interest of increasing our understanding The Affair brought the confrontation between two sides of France to life.
There was indeed a strengthening of parliamentary democracy and a failure of monarchist and reactionary forces.
The excessive violence of the nationalist parties brought together Republicans in a united front, which defeated attempts to return to the old order.
The shock trials of Esterhazy and Zola created a dreyfusian politics whose aim was to develop a Republican consciousness and to fight against authoritarian nationalism, which expressed itself during the Affair.
For the uninhibited growth of populist nationalism was another major result of the event in French politics even though it did not originate from the Dreyfus affair.
On that occasion many Republicans rallied to Vichy, without which the operation of the State would have been precarious, which showed the fragility of the republican institution in extreme circumstances.
The other result was an intellectual mutation of socialism. In addition saw the birth of the Republican radical socialist Party, the first modern political party,  conceived as an electoral machine of the Republican group.
It had a permanent structure and relied on networks of Dreyfusards. The creation of the French League for Human Rights was contemporaneous with the affair.
It was the hub of the intellectual left and extremely active at the beginning of the century, the conscience of the humanist left.
The final consequence on the political scene at the turn of the century saw a profound renewal of political personalities with the disappearance of great republican figures beginning with Auguste Scheurer-Kestner.
Those who at the end of the century could weigh heavily on the events of the affair had now disappeared giving way to new men whose ambition was to reform and correct the errors and injustices of the past.
Socially antisemitism was prominent. Existing prior to the Dreyfus affair it had expressed itself during the boulangisme affair and the Panama Canal scandal but was limited to an intellectual elite.
Antisemitism was from then on official and was exposed in numerous settings including the working classes. This antisemitism was reinforced by the crisis of the separation of church and state in , which probably led to its height in France.
Antisemitic actions were permitted on the advent of the Vichy regime , which allowed free and unrestrained expression of racial hatred.
Another social consequence was the enhanced role of the press. For the first time it exerted an important influence on French political life.
The power of the press certainly brought politicians to action, an example of which was Mercier, who appeared to have pushed at the Dreyfus trial in to please La Libre Parole who attacked ferociously.
This being said the role of the press was limited by the size of circulation, influential in Paris but to a lesser extent nationwide. The Dreyfus affair created difficulties and blocked the way for improved relations between France and Italy after the customs war as Italy was Europe's most Dreyfusard nation.
The shock of the Dreyfus Affair also affected the Zionist movement "which found fertile ground for its emergence". The Austro-Hungarian journalist Theodor Herzl appeared profoundly moved by the Dreyfus affair, which followed his debut as a correspondent for the Neue Freie Presse of Vienna and was present at the degradation of Dreyfus in Before the wave of antisemitism that accompanied the degradation Herzl was "convinced of the need to resolve the Jewish question", which became "an obsession for him".
In Der Judenstaat State of the Jews , he considered that:. Assimilation does not solve the problem because the Gentile world will not allow it as the Dreyfus affair has so clearly demonstrated Herzl's shock was great, for, having lived his youth in Austria , an antisemitic country, he chose to live in France for its humanist image, which made it appear a shelter from extremist excess.
He had originally been a fanatic supporter for assimilation of Jews into European Gentile society. The Dreyfus Affair shook Herzl's view on the world, and he became completely enveloped in a tiny movement calling for the restoration of a Jewish State within the biblical homeland in Israel.
Herzl quickly took charge in leading the movement. He organized on 29 August , the First Zionist Congress in Basel and is considered the "inventor of Zionism as a real political movement".
If I said this out loud today, I would be answered by universal laughter. Perhaps in five years, and certainly in fifty, everyone will recognize this.
The following year the state of Israel was established. Consequently, the Dreyfus Affair is seen as a turning point in Jewish history and as the beginning of the Zionist movement.
The Dreyfus affair also marked a turning point in the lives of many Jews from Western and Central Europe, as the pogroms of — had done for the Jews of Eastern Europe, as many Jews had believed that they were Frenchman first.
Yet Jews, despite the state-sanctioned efforts of the emancipation movement , were never truly accepted into society and were often deemed aliens and outsiders,  even when they showed extreme devotion by fighting courageously in the wars of their respective countries.
A replica is located at the entrance of Paris's Museum of Jewish Art and History , housing the Fond Dreyfus , more than three thousand historical documents donated by the grandchildren of Captain Dreyfus.
On 12 July , President Jacques Chirac held an official state ceremony marking the centenary of Dreyfus's official rehabilitation.
Chirac stated that "the combat against the dark forces of intolerance and hate is never definitively won", and called Dreyfus "an exemplary officer" and a "patriot who passionately loved France".
The French National Assembly also held a memorial ceremony of the centennial marking the end of the Affair.
This was held in remembrance of the laws that had reintegrated and promoted both Dreyfus and Picquart at the end of the Dreyfus affair. The Dreyfus Affair is distinguished by the large number of books published on this subject.
All the official records are readily available including reports of all public hearings of the many trials in the Affair. In addition, a large number of records are easily accessible in the French National Archives and in the Military Archives at the fort of Vincennes.
The contemporary literature of the case was published between and It began with the pamphlet of Bernard Lazare, the first intellectual Dreyfusard.
The author develops the theory of conspiracy, fueled by Jewish finance, to push Esterhazy to accuse himself of crime.
Under a scientific exterior there will be found there an elaboration of theories without evidence or support. The extreme right questioned the value of this testimony but most historians hold it to be a valid source despite some ambiguities and inaccuracies.
The period of the Occupation throws a veil over the case. The Liberation and the revelation of the Holocaust brought a deep reflection on all of the Dreyfus Affair.
Marcel Thomas, chief curator at the National Archives, in provided through his The Affair without Dreyfus in two volumes a complete review of the history of the affair supported by all available public and private archives.
His work is the foundation of all subsequent historical studies. Doise proposes in A Secret well guarded.
Military History of the Dreyfus Affair that Alfred Dreyfus had been used by French counterintelligence to distract German espionage from the French 75's secret development and furthermore that Esterhazy, who once served in military counterintelligence, had played a role in this manipulation.
These hypotheses are regarded with skepticism. The interest of the book focuses on a strictly factual relating of the story with documented facts and multifaceted reflection on the different aspects of the event.
The book also revealed for the first time the existence of homosexual correspondence in the prosecution case.
Reflecting the intense interest in social history that gripped historians since the s and s, Eric Cahm wrote The Dreyfus Affair in French Society and Politics , an analysis of the sociology of the Affair.
Vincent Duclert's Biography of Alfred Dreyfus includes, in pages, the complete correspondence of Alfred and Lucie Dreyfus from to Expanding on a article they published in la Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine , in the historians Pierre Gervais, Pauline Peretz and Pierre Stutin published Le dossier secret de l'affaire Dreyfus The Secret Record of the Dreyfus Affair.
Their research enabled the original contents of the secret file to be established. Their thesis was that historians had neglected the correspondence of Schwartzkoppen and Panizzardi, and that homosexuality played a central role in the slandering of Dreyfus.
In addition the Dreyfus Affair provided the basis for many novels. Early writers marginalized the role of antisemitism. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Brainwashing of the French SR? In French many documents in the case were called bordereaux; however, in this translation the term bordereau is used only for this note.
Three of the documents transmitted concerned short- and long-range artillery. The motive of Mercier was much to condemn Dreyfus unbeknownst to the defence.
This allowed the people behind the rumours to explain the secrecy surrounding the whole affair, and the transmission of the "secret file" in Evidently, nobody ever found any evidence of these convenient assertions.
Oxford Univ. Retrieved 5 August Points History , , pp. Retrieved 17 August The New Yorker. Bloomberg View. Lectures in French. Retrieved 30 August The Dreyfus Affair.
In addition the paper was not wrinkled. Bredin, The Affair , p. Doise, A well kept secret , p. Jacobs's entry: "Dreyfus Case" Jewish Encyclopedia.
Note: a much stronger obscenity was used graphically describing a wimp] in Intransigeant , Boussel, The Dreyfus Affair and the Press , pp.
Duclert, Biography of Alfred Dreyfus , p. See The Trial at Rennes Volume 1 , pp. This is most likely the origin of the secret file.
Thomas, The Affair without Dreyfus , p. The risk of leakage was limited by the fact that lawyers are subject to professional secrecy.
A specialist in criminal law, he was recognized by his peers and elected member of the Council of the Bar from to In an historical irony, it was Demange who obtained the acquittal of the Marquis de Mores , assassin of the Jewish Captain Mayer in a duel.
They destroyed forever the Bertillon system. L'Affaire Dreyfus. Retrieved 17 January The New York Times. This was not required for ordinary justice.
It especially aggravated his case in not admitting that the transmission of a secret file was a criminal manoeuvre. Perrin, , chap.
XV, " The Start of the Affair ", p. L'Harmattan, , p. See the testimony from Trial at Rennes Volume 3 , p.
This lack of consent allowed the General Staff to contest openly the quality of the evidence and to go hard on Picquart to discredit him.
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