The sketches show how two men of different demeanors played crucial roles in each other’s stories.
‘An Officer and a Spy,’ Roman Polanski’s movie about the Dreyfus Affair, is spare, modern and steeped in controversy
Polanski’s belief that he is the right person to make a movie about the miscarriage of justice should be shocking.
‘The Dreyfus Affair’ is getting the dramatic treatment in a new multimedia production at BAM.
Israel’s defense minister Avigdor Lieberman recently invoked ‘The Dreyfus Trial” to criticize a Middle East peace conference — how in the world did Alfred Dreyfus become a right-wing talking point?
The Jewish Community of Porto in northern Portugal quashed a bill designed to reinstate an army captain who had been fired and libeled because of his outreach to descendants of Jews.
Did the infamous Dreyfus Case lay the groundwork for modern social media? That’s one of the contentions in a new book of essays about the famously accused French Jewish soldier.
A French mayor from the far-right National Front party evicted from city-owned offices an anti-racism group inspired by the Dreyfus trial.
The conviction of Alfred Dreyfus thrust him — and an entire nation — onto the world stage. ‘Fatherland’ author Robert Harris fictionalizes the famous story of anti-Semitism.
A letter handwritten by Alfred Dreyfus, a French Jewish soldier who was wrongly convicted of treason in 1894, was sold at auction for nearly half a million dollars.