The Dreyfus Affair continues, as Colonel Henry, who had created
false documents to ensure the reconviction of Jewish army officer
Alfred Dreyfus for treason after his first trial in 1894, admits to
having fabricated the documents.
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Editors. "Colonel Henry admits forging a document in the Dreyfus case". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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