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Édouard Drumont

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Edouard Drumont.

Édouard Adolphe Drumont (May 3, 1844February 5, 1917) was a French journalist and writer. He founded the Antisemitic League of France in 1889, and was the founder and editor of the newspaper La Libre Parole.

Early life

Drumont was born in Paris on May 3, 1844 to a family of porcelain-painters from Lille. At the age of seventeen his father died, and left him to earn his own livelihood[1].

Public career

He was at first in government service, but later became a contributor to the press and was the author of a number of miscellaneous works, of which Mon vieux Paris (1879) was crowned by the Academy.

Drumont's 1886 book La France Juive (Jewish France) attacked the role of Jews in France and argued for their exclusion from society. It was well received and sold 100,000 copies in its first year of publication.[2] It went thru a hundred editions and had an index of over 300 names.[3]

In 1892 Drumont founded the Jew-wise newspaper the La Libre Parole.

From 1898 to 1902 Édouard Drumont represented Algiers in the Chamber of Deputies. He was sued for accusing a parliamentary deputy of having taken a bribe from the prominent Jewish banker Édouard Alphonse de Rothschild to pass a piece of legislation the banker wanted.

Drumont attracted many supporters and played a role in the Dreyfus Affair, in which he was the most strident of Alfred Dreyfus' accusers.

For his anti-Panama articles, Drumont was condemned to three months' imprisonment. In 1893 he was an unsuccessful candidate for the representation of Amiens; the following year he retired to Brussels. The Dreyfus affair helped him to regain popularity, and in 1898 he returned to France and was elected deputy for the first division of Algiers, but was defeated as a candidate for reelection in 1902.

Quotes

Works

  • La fin d'un monde (1888)
  • Dernière battaille (1890)
  • Testament d'un antisémite (1891)
  • Secret de fourmies (1892)
  • De l'or, de la boue, du sang - Du Panama á l'anarchie (1896), dealing with the Panama scandals
  • Les Juifs et l'affaire Dreyfus (1899)
  • Vieux portraits, vieux cadres (1900)

La France juive

La France juive (1886)

See also

Notes

  1. Deutsch, Gotthard, and A.M. Friedenberg. “DRUMONT, EDOUARD ADOLPHE.” JewishEncyclopedia.com. [1] (accessed 9 November 2007).
  2. Roots of hate: anti-semitism in Europe before the Holocaust, by William Brustein, p. 119
  3. The History of Anti-semitism: Suicidal Europe, 1870-1933 by Léon Poliakov, page 40
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