AFFAIRE DREYFUS

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[ZOLA – DREYFUS AFFAIR] L’Aurore, 13 January 1898

J’accuse…!” Letter to the President of the Republic
Paris, L’Aurore, 13 janvier 1898, 4 pages in-plano

I have only one passion, that of light, in the name of humanity that has suffered so much and who has the right to happiness

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CLEMENCEAU, Georges (1841-1929)

Autograph letter signed “GClemenceau” to Michel Alexandre Gaston Tournier
Paris, 20th December [18]99, 1 p. 1/4 in-8

“I desire nothing more, as you may suggest, to get back in the right fight”

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CLEMENCEAU, Georges (1841-1929)

Autograph letter signed “G.C” to his secretary Étienne Winter at the L’Aurore newspaper
Paris, February 12, 1898 (post office), 1 page in-8, pneumatic letter

“Have me for tonight the shorthand of the whole trial

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CLEMENCEAU, Georges (1841-1929)

Autograph novel for his collection of articles Aux Embuscades de la vie
N.p [1903], 10 pp. in-4

“This happiness did not seem to be done for the miserable Jew who until now had been striving in vain to conquer gold”

EUR 1.200,-
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DREYFUS, Alfred (1859-1935)

Autograph letter signed “Dreyfus” to Alfred Bruneau
N.p, 20th Nov[ember] 1901, 1 page in-8

Let’s hope we end up finding what we’re looking for”

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ZOLA, Emile (1840-1902)

Autograph letter signed “Z” to Georges Charpentier
London, Tuesday 28th February [18]99, 4 pages in-8

“My only hope lies in the force of truth”

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ZOLA, Emile (1840-1902)

Unpublished autograph manuscript, « Pour la Lumière », signed « Emile Zola »
[Grosvenor Hotel, London, 19 July 1898], 5 pages in-4 on ligned paper

“Of all my open letter to the president [« J’accuse…! »], a few lines had been skilfully extracted […] to prevent the truth shine on the Dreyfus affair”

EUR 40.000,-
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