De La Marine

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Henri Alexis Brialmont - Publications
... Oeuvres militaires de Simon Stevin, Brussel, 1846 ... Notice sur la conservation des poudres de guerre, in Annales des Travaux publics de Belgique, 1849 ... Éloge de la guerre ou réfutation des doctrines des Amis de la paix, 1850 ...
Antoine Choquet De Lindu - Works - Buildings
... Bordenave shipbuilding docks 1740 Chapel of the Jesuit seminary, known as the chapelle de la marine 1740 Naval forges 1740 Second prison of Pontaniou 1740 Bakery. 1751–1757 Formes or basins of Pontaniou 1753 Fountain on Quai de la Corderie 1753 Masts store 1756–1761 Barrack-block in quartier de la marine 1763–1764 Second mole at Pontaniou ...
Chief Of Staff Of The French Navy
... of the Staff of the French Navy (French Chef d'État-Major de la Marine, CEMM) is the head of the French Navy and responsible to the Minister of Defence for its preparation ... As a naval expert, he assists the chef d'état-major des armées for operations involving naval forces, as well as for planning and pulling-together future military means the ...
Alexandre Sheldon-Duplaix - Published Works
... Service historique de la marine (2003), État général des fonds privés de la Marine, Archives de la Défense (in French), Service historique de la Marine, ISBN 978-2-11-091849-9 ...
Compagnies Franches De La Marine - History
... The first force bearing the name Compagnies Franches de la Marine was created in 1622 on the orders of Cardinal Richelieu ... This force was also called the Compagnies Franches de la Marine ... When Governor Joseph-Antoine Le Febvre de La Barre took over leadership of New France in 1682, he soon learned that the colony did not have the forces to defend itself from potential attack by the Iroquois or other ...

Famous quotes containing the word marine:

    People run away from the name subsidy. It is a subsidy. I am not afraid to call it so. It is paid for the purpose of giving a merchant marine to the whole country so that the trade of the whole country will be benefitted thereby, and the men running the ships will of course make a reasonable profit.... Unless we have a merchant marine, our navy if called upon for offensive or defensive work is going to be most defective.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)