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On This Day — Zola : “J’accuse…!” (January 13 1898)

“The Dreyfus affair was not only the first modern Counter-Intelligence case, but it was also the first modern Counter-Intelligence  disaster — that is, not just an investigative and legal error, but one that spilled over from the intelligence world into the … Continue reading

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On This Day — French Captain Alfred Dreyfus Is Convicted of Treason (January 5 1895)

“I swear that I am innocent. I remain worthy of serving in the Army. Long live France! Long live the Army!” Alfred Dreyfus (January 5 1895) “Officers new to counterintelligence and overwhelmed by the scope of what they need to … Continue reading

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