File:Caran-d-ache-dreyfus-supper.jpg

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Français : Caricature de Caran d'Ache (Emmanuel Poiré, 1858-1909), parue dans les colonnes du Figaro, le 14 février 1898. Le dessin décrit la division de la société au cours de l'Affaire Dreyfus. «— Surtout! ne parlons pas de l'affaire Dreyfus!» «… ils en ont parlé…»
English: Drawing of "a family supper" by Caran d'Ache in le Figaro on February 14, 1898. The drawing depicts the divisions in French society during the Dreyfus Affair. At the top, somebody says "Above all, let us not discuss the Dreyfus Affair!". At the bottom, the whole family is fighting, and the caption says "They have discussed it".
Deutsch: Der bekannte Karikaturist Caran d’Ache stellt die Zerwürfnisse in der französischen Gesellschaft zur Zeit der Dreyfus-Affäre anhand eines Familienessens dar. Im oberen Bild sagt jemand: "Vor allem, lasst uns nicht über die Dreyfus-Affäre reden!" Im unteren Bild ist die gesamte Familie in eine Schlägerei verwickelt und die Unterschrift sagt: "...sie haben davon geredet..."
Svenska: Teckningen "En familjemiddag" ritad av Caran d'Ache för tidningen sv:le Figaro, publicerad 14 februari 1898. Teckningen skildrar splittringen i det franska samhället under sv:Dreyfusaffären. I den övre halven lyder rubriken "Framför allt! Låt oss inte tala om Dreyfusaffären!". I den undre halva lyder rubriken "...de talade om den..."
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08:27, 13 March 2014Thumbnail for version as of 08:27, 13 March 20141,113 × 1,399 (660 KB)Чръный человек (talk | contribs)убрал лишнее
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09:48, 29 November 2005Thumbnail for version as of 09:48, 29 November 2005329 × 400 (71 KB)Torstein (talk | contribs)From :en. Drawing "a family supper" from Caran d'Ache in le Figaro on February 14, 1898. (This image is now obviously out of copyright, in the public domain.) The drawing depicts the divisions of French society during the
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