The Strauss-Kahn affair is obviously unrelated to the Dreyfus affair.
In fact, Dreyfus mentions that at one point during their school days Halévy refused to speak to Proust for a month.
Now dying of cancer, the Dreyfus Affair jolts him self-rediscovery.
It is a worldview that takes its name from the French nationalist writer, contemporary of the Dreyfus Affair, Maurice Barrès.
In this sense Herzl could say later that the Dreyfus affair had made him a Zionist.
Now Dreyfus went on like a man who knew he was a wronged man.
I ventured to say, "Do tell me the real facts about the Dreyfus affair."
I don't mean to say that he saw himself as a kind of Dreyfus.
Without this precedent Dreyfus could not have been condemned.
M. Demange (famous later for his defence of Dreyfus) appeared for Gaudry.