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Dreyfus

Alfred . 1859--1935, French army officer, a Jew whose false imprisonment for treason (1894) raised issues of anti-semitism and militarism that dominated French politics until his release (1906)
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Dreyfus had been convicted on the basis of a letter, known as the bor-dereau, sent to the intelligence chief in the German embassy in Paris and uncovered in his wastebasket by a cleaning woman/ intelligence agent, that referred to several secret documents that the bordereau's writer had given to the Germans.
Dreyfus has engaged its affiliate, Newton Capital Management Ltd, to serve as the fund's sub-adviser.
In Simms's words, "Midrash is at once an analytical tool we can use to discuss the Dreyfus Affair and the people involved in it, as well as an epistemological stratagem used by Jews, consciously or not, to survive in a non-Jewish and often anti-Jewish world" (33).
He founded the Dreyfus Jazz, Disques Motors and Disques Dreyfus record labels, and his artists included Michel Petrucciani, Jean Michel Jarre, Christophe, Bireli Lagrene, Roy Haynes and Ahmad Jamal.
The news follows reports that Dreyfus, 38, arrived at a London hospital on Sunday night with his partner and mother in a distressed state.
Austin Corporate Properties originally handled the sale of Sutton Park to Louis Dreyfus Property Group.
Accordingly, Dreyfus was incarcerated, held incommunicado, and pressured into confessing that he was a traitor.
Dolittle--read The Dreyfus Affair and liked it so much, she persuaded 20th Century Fox to option it on her behalf.
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Then there's the social screening process set up by the Dreyfus Corp.
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The developers and owners of the building are Louis Dreyfus and Apollo Real Estate Investment Fund.