Dreyfus, Herzl, and Zola: An Episode of French Antisemitism

Lecturer: Robert Haas

Monday, February 10, 3:30 p.m.

Nineteenth-century French antisemitism exploded with the unjust conviction of Alfred Dreyfus for treason. The reactions of Hungarian journalist Theodor Herzl and French novelist Emile Zola reveal, respectively, the roots of modern Zionism and a nation’s conscience. Rabbi Robert Haas serves Congregation Mickve Israel.

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