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Armand Fallieres Assassinated in 1907


Reading the Wikipedia article about the Tottenham Outrage – feel free to make your own Spurs jokes – there's a passing mention that the two perpetrators moved to the UK from France after the brother of one who they had been staying with was killed by the premature detonation of the bomb he was carrying to assassinate Armand Fallieres. So what happens if he doesn't go off half-cocked and is successful? Even though the role was much less influential than it would later become having the President of France assassinated by a Jewish-Latvian socialist is bound to kick up something of a fuss I would have thought. I honestly don't know enough about the period and was curious.