Louis Napoleon makes another attempt at initiating a rising at
Boulogne, as he had done at Strasbourg in 1836. However, this faiIs
as the previous attempt had done, and he is sentenced to life
imprisonment in Ham, a town in the Somme department.
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Editors. "Louis Napoleon's attempted rising at Boulogne faiIs". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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