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Louis XI claimed that Notre-Dame venerated in the city was the real "Lord" of Boulogne, and that he, as her vassal, should try to defend her interests by all means, including incorporation of the county to France.
He failed to rouse Boulogne to revolt and was jailed into the fortress of Ham, from which he escaped six years later, using the clothes of a mason named Badinguet.
The municipal flag of Boulogne is divided by a white cross in four blue, yellow, yellow and blue quarters.
Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, one of the town cemeteries, lies in the district of St Martin Boulogne, just beyond the eastern (Château) corner of the Citadel (Haute-Ville).
Boulogne, was one of the three base ports most extensively used by the Commonwealth armies on the Western Front throughout the First World War.
Until June 1918, the dead from the hospitals at Boulogne itself were buried in the Cimetière de l'est, one of the town cemeteries, the Commonwealth graves forming a long, narrow strip along the right hand edge of the cemetery.
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