Amiral de France est une dignité en France, récompensant des services militaires exceptionnels. Elle est l'équivalent pour les marins de celle de maréchal de France.

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  • Amiral de France est une dignité en France, récompensant des services militaires exceptionnels. Elle est l'équivalent pour les marins de celle de maréchal de France.
  • Almirante da França (Amiral de France) é um título honorífico atribuído pelo Estado Francês em reconhecimento de serviços excepcionais nas forças armadas. É equivalente ao título de Marechal de França para os marinheiros.O título foi criado, em 1270, por São Luís, durante a Oitava Cruzada.
  • Адмира́л Фра́нции (фр. Amiral de France) — во Франции поначалу одна из высших государственных должностей, впоследствии высшее военно-морское звание (чин) в военно-морских силах Франции. Принадлежала к высшим коронным чинам и являлась морским эквивалентом звания Маршал Франции.В настоящее время в вооружённых силах Франции — при формальном существовании такового чина и почётного звания Адмирал Франции — оно не присваивается.
  • De admiraal van Frankrijk was een van de grootofficieren van de Kroon. Het ambt in 1270 werd door Lodewijk IX ingesteld tijdens de Achtste Kruistocht. In 1627 werd het ambt door kardinaal Richelieu afgeschaft. In 1669 werd het een eretitel.
  • The title Admiral of France is one of the Great Officers of the Crown of France, the naval equivalent of Marshal of France.The title was created in 1270 by Louis IX of France, during the Eighth Crusade. At the time it was equivalent to the office of Constable of France. The Admiral was responsible for defending the coasts of Picardy, Normandy, Aunis, and Saintonge. In times of war, it was his responsibility to assemble French merchant ships into a navy. He had to arm, equip, and supply the ships for the course of the war, and give letters of marque to corsairs. In peacetime, he was responsible for the maintenance of the royal fleet (when one existed). He was also responsible for maritime commerce and the merchant fleet.During the modern era, few admirals were sailors — moreover, with the exception of Claude d'Annebault, none of them actually commanded the fleet. It must be said that the actual power of the admiral was rather small, partly because of the creation of other admirals (the Admiral of the Levant for Provence, the Admiral of Brittany, and the Admiral of the West for Guyenne), and because of the creation of the General of the Galleys and the Secretary of State for the Navy.The title, like the title of Constable, had much more political importance (which would eventually lead to the suppression of both titles). It was also a lucrative position: the admiral was allocated a part of the fines and confiscations imposed by the admiralty, and he had a right to unclaimed ships and shipwrecks as well as a tenth of the spoils taken in battle. He also had juridical rights, comparable to those exercised by the constable and the marshal. This was known as the Table de marbre, after the seat of the admiralty in Paris. A second headquarters of the admiralty was established at Rouen, and about 50 other headquarters were set up at various other places around the coast of France. These tribunals judged cases dealing with fishing disputes and any crimes committed in the country's ports.The Admiralty was suppressed in 1627 by Cardinal Richelieu, who had been named to the newly created post of Grand Master of Navigation and who wanted to bring all naval authority under one position. The position was recreated in 1669, but was now only an honorific title. The first new admiral was Louis, Count of Vermandois, who at the time was only 2 years old. Thereafter, only Louis Alexandre, Count of Toulouse involved himself in maritime affairs.It was suppressed once more in 1791, restored in 1805 in the person of Marshal of France Joachim Murat. Currently, the last known Admiral of France was François Thomas Tréhouart, in 1869.
  • Unter dem Ancien Régime war der Admiral von Frankreich – dem Connétable von Frankreich gleichgestellt – Oberbefehlshaber der französischen Flotte mit eingeschränkten Machtbefugnissen.
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  • Amiral de France est une dignité en France, récompensant des services militaires exceptionnels. Elle est l'équivalent pour les marins de celle de maréchal de France.
  • Almirante da França (Amiral de France) é um título honorífico atribuído pelo Estado Francês em reconhecimento de serviços excepcionais nas forças armadas. É equivalente ao título de Marechal de França para os marinheiros.O título foi criado, em 1270, por São Luís, durante a Oitava Cruzada.
  • Адмира́л Фра́нции (фр. Amiral de France) — во Франции поначалу одна из высших государственных должностей, впоследствии высшее военно-морское звание (чин) в военно-морских силах Франции. Принадлежала к высшим коронным чинам и являлась морским эквивалентом звания Маршал Франции.В настоящее время в вооружённых силах Франции — при формальном существовании такового чина и почётного звания Адмирал Франции — оно не присваивается.
  • De admiraal van Frankrijk was een van de grootofficieren van de Kroon. Het ambt in 1270 werd door Lodewijk IX ingesteld tijdens de Achtste Kruistocht. In 1627 werd het ambt door kardinaal Richelieu afgeschaft. In 1669 werd het een eretitel.
  • Unter dem Ancien Régime war der Admiral von Frankreich – dem Connétable von Frankreich gleichgestellt – Oberbefehlshaber der französischen Flotte mit eingeschränkten Machtbefugnissen.
  • The title Admiral of France is one of the Great Officers of the Crown of France, the naval equivalent of Marshal of France.The title was created in 1270 by Louis IX of France, during the Eighth Crusade. At the time it was equivalent to the office of Constable of France. The Admiral was responsible for defending the coasts of Picardy, Normandy, Aunis, and Saintonge. In times of war, it was his responsibility to assemble French merchant ships into a navy.
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  • Admiraal van Frankrijk
  • Admiral of France
  • Admiral von Frankreich
  • Almirante da França
  • Адмирал Франции
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