64 issues of the anti-Semitic weekly "Psst...!" (out of 85 issues total) - of the fiercest anti-Semitic publications during the Dreyfus affair. France - February 5, 1898 to January 1, 1899.
Included issues: 4-24, 26-28, 30-31, 33-44, 46-47, 49, 52-53, 56-59, 61-62, 64-65, 67-68, 70,72, 74, 77, 78, 79, 80-85
"Psst!" - an illustrated magazine founded by Jean-Louis Forain and Caran d'Ach (pen name of Emmanuel Poiré). A French weekly that regularly published anti-Semitic caricatures at the height of the Dreyfus affair against Dreyfus and his supporters (many cartoons mocking Emile Zola) and condemning the Jews. It was published in a fixed format of four pages full of virulent anti-Semitic illustrations that appeal to low emotions in order to create in the reader a sense of resistance and rejection of everything related to Dreyfus. The various issues feature hundreds of anti-Semitic illustrations by Forain and Caran d'Ach. These illustrations are considered the fiercest anti-Semitic publications published during the Dreyfus Affair. In response to Psst...!, Dreyfus supporters created their own competing weekly illustrated diary called "Le Sifflet". Both weeklies used grotesque visual imagery for their propaganda, creating a picturesque war discourse between the two camps.
64 issues.  Pages per issue. 40 cm. Overall Condition Good - Very Good.