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1851: Two days after his Coup d'Etat, the president Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte organizes a bloody repression against the insurgents opposing his seizure of power.
1642: Accomplice of Louis XIII, and after having spent eighteen years in the service of the State, the cardinal of Richelieu dies in Paris.
1259: The King of England Henri III Plantagenêt signs with Louis IX the trite of paris at the royal palace of the Louvre. The two sovereigns carry out exchanges of territories in France.
771 : Charlemagne becomes sole king of the francs after the death of his brother Carloman and the elimination of his sons.