Simona Di Nepi.
Tel Aviv, Israel, 2014. 93 pp.*, 41 pp., illustrations: 60 col., 1 b&w, 27.1 × 24.2 cm. Hebrew and English.
Beit Hatfutsot—The Museum of the Jewish People (14 March–14 September 2014)
The story of Alfred Dreyfus, from the beginning of the Affair until his final rehabilitation, told from the perspective of Jewish identity. Emphasis placed on both the personal and family struggle against hostile public opinion, and the outbreak of a new form of general antisemitism, political and racist. Preface by Haggai Ben-Shammai. 6 essays, including those on: French antisemitism during this period (Robert S. Wistrich), the Dreyfus Affair’s significance in French history (Denis Charbit), and archival material related to the Dreyfus family in the National Library of Israel (Betty Halpern-Guedj). Descriptive entries. 58 items.