Boulanger however was not the stuff of which dictators are made.
Mme Bonnemain died in 1890; Boulanger returned from exile to blow his brains out atop Mme Bonnemain's Brussels grave.
Obviously General Boulanger was the man whom a majority of the voters of Clignancourt desired to represent them.
He lent it to Boulanger, and there he lived the life of an exiled monarch.
But it is true that among the French themselves some suspicion and distrust of Boulanger's aims are becoming more apparent.
In his opinion the greatest genius of the century was Boulanger.
Then the report could have been spread about that I had "gone out with" General Boulanger.
One bold voter had deposited a single vote for General Boulanger!
He assumed office at a critical period, when the republic was all but openly attacked by General Boulanger.
It would be like the Paris elections to Boulanger, said others.