Joseph Reinach, né le 30 septembre 1856 à Paris où il est mort le 18 avril 1921, est un journaliste et homme politique français, connu surtout pour son engagement dans l'affaire Dreyfus.

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  • Joseph Reinach, né le 30 septembre 1856 à Paris où il est mort le 18 avril 1921, est un journaliste et homme politique français, connu surtout pour son engagement dans l'affaire Dreyfus.
  • Joseph Reinach (Paris, 30 de setembro, 1856 † 18 de abril de 1921]) foi um político e ensaísta francês, um companheiro de Gambetta e diretor do jornal La République française. Foi um dos primeiros dreyfusards.Nascido em Paris, seus dois irmãos, Salomon Reinach e Théodore Reinach, tornaram-se bem conhecidos no campo da arqueologia.
  • Joseph Reinach (30 de septiembre de 1856 – 18 de abril de 1921) fue un escritor y político Frances. Fue un destacado defensor de Alfred Dreyfus, en el conocido Caso Dreyfus.
  • Joseph Reinach (Parigi, 1856 – 1921) è stato un politico francese.Fratello di Salomon Reinach e Théodore Reinach, fu segretario particolare del presidente Léon Gambetta e parlamentare (1889-1914); si schierò a difesa di Alfred Dreyfus durante il processo.
  • Жозе́ф Рейна́х (фр. Joseph Reinach; 30 сентября 1856 года, Париж — 18 апреля 1921 года, там же) — французский журналист и политический деятель, племянник и зять Жака де Рейнаха.Родился в 1856 г. в еврейской семье. После смерти Гамбетты стал директором газеты «République Française». С самого начала был оппортунистом, противником социализма в каком бы то ни было виде, фритредером, сторонником «умеренной» республики. В качестве журналиста обнаружил выдающиеся полемические способности и приобрёл значительное влияние на публику и на политические круги.С 1887 г. выступил решительным противником буланжизма, которому нанёс, различными разоблачениями, несколько сильных ударов; за эту полемику ему пришлось несколько раз драться на дуэли, между прочим с Деруледом.В 1889—1898 годы был депутатом. До 1906 г. вёл в печати энергичную агитацию за пересмотр дела Дрейфуса, в котором значение его лишь немного уступает значению Жореса и Золя. Этому делу он посвятил книгу в нескольких томах «Histoire de l’affaire Dreyfus». Эта книга, в сущности, представляет собой историю Франции в период с 1894 г. с блестящими характеристиками отдельных политических деятелей (Мерсье, Мелина и др.). В связи с тем же делом Рейнах написал книгу: «Une erreur judiciaire sous Louis XV» («Судебная ошибка в правление Людовика XV», Париж, 1898).
  • Joseph Reinach (30 September 1856 – 18 April 1921) was a French author and politician.He was born in Paris. His two brothers Salomon Reinach and Théodore Reinach would become later be known in the field of archaeology. After studying at Lycée Condorcet, he was called to the bar in 1887. He attracted the attention of Léon Gambetta by writing articles on Balkan politics for the Revue bleue, and joined the staff of the Republique française. In Gambetta's grand ministère, Reinach was his secretary and tried to obtain a partial revision of the constitution and list proportional representation. In the République française he waged a steady war against General Boulanger, which resulted in three duels, one with Edmond Magnier and two with Paul Déroulède. Between 1889 and 1898, he sat for the Chamber of Deputies for Digne.As a member of the army commission, reporter of the budgets of the ministries of the interior and of agriculture he brought forward bills for the better treatment of the insane, for the establishment of a colonial ministry, for the taxation of alcohol, and for the reparation of judicial errors. He advocated complete freedom of the theatre and the press, the abolition of public executions, and denounced political corruption of all kinds. However, he was indirectly implicated in the Panama scandals through his father-in-law; as soon as he learned that he was benefiting by fraud, he made appropriate restitution. However, Reinach is best known as the champion of Alfred Dreyfus. At the time of the original trial, he attempted to secure a public hearing of the case, and, in 1897, he allied himself with Auguste Scheurer-Kestner to demand its revision. He denounced in the Siècle the Henry forgery and Esterhazy's complicity. His articles in the Siècle aroused the fury of the anti-Dreyfus party, especially as Reinach was a Jew and was accused by some of taking up Dreyfus's defence on racial grounds.He lost his seat in the Chamber of Deputies and, having refused to fight Henri Rochefort, an anti-Dryfus journalist, eventually brought an action for libel against the latter. Finally, Dreyfus was pardoned, Reinach wrote a history of the case that was completed in 1905. Henri Dutrait-Croyon's Joseph Reinach, historien (Paris: A. Savaète, 1905), a violent detailed rebruttal of Reinach's history that "became a bible for that anti-Semitic section of French public opinion convinced of the culpability of Dreyfus." In 1906, Reinach was re-elected for Digne. In that year, he became a member of the commission of the national archives, and the following year a member of the council on prisons. Reinach was a prolific writer on political subjects. He published three volumes on Léon Gambetta three volumes in 1884 and also edited Gambetta's speeches.
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  • Joseph Reinach, né le 30 septembre 1856 à Paris où il est mort le 18 avril 1921, est un journaliste et homme politique français, connu surtout pour son engagement dans l'affaire Dreyfus.
  • Joseph Reinach (Paris, 30 de setembro, 1856 † 18 de abril de 1921]) foi um político e ensaísta francês, um companheiro de Gambetta e diretor do jornal La République française. Foi um dos primeiros dreyfusards.Nascido em Paris, seus dois irmãos, Salomon Reinach e Théodore Reinach, tornaram-se bem conhecidos no campo da arqueologia.
  • Joseph Reinach (30 de septiembre de 1856 – 18 de abril de 1921) fue un escritor y político Frances. Fue un destacado defensor de Alfred Dreyfus, en el conocido Caso Dreyfus.
  • Joseph Reinach (Parigi, 1856 – 1921) è stato un politico francese.Fratello di Salomon Reinach e Théodore Reinach, fu segretario particolare del presidente Léon Gambetta e parlamentare (1889-1914); si schierò a difesa di Alfred Dreyfus durante il processo.
  • Joseph Reinach (30 September 1856 – 18 April 1921) was a French author and politician.He was born in Paris. His two brothers Salomon Reinach and Théodore Reinach would become later be known in the field of archaeology. After studying at Lycée Condorcet, he was called to the bar in 1887. He attracted the attention of Léon Gambetta by writing articles on Balkan politics for the Revue bleue, and joined the staff of the Republique française.
  • Жозе́ф Рейна́х (фр. Joseph Reinach; 30 сентября 1856 года, Париж — 18 апреля 1921 года, там же) — французский журналист и политический деятель, племянник и зять Жака де Рейнаха.Родился в 1856 г. в еврейской семье. После смерти Гамбетты стал директором газеты «République Française». С самого начала был оппортунистом, противником социализма в каком бы то ни было виде, фритредером, сторонником «умеренной» республики.
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