List of Ships of The Line of France

List Of Ships Of The Line Of France

This is a list of French battlefleet warships of the period 1640-1861:
Sections naming the Head of State are provided as chronological references.

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Motto: Honneur, Patrie, Valeur, Discipline
(“Honour, Homeland, Valour, Discipline”)
Command
Naval Ministers
Maritime Prefect
Components
Force d'action navale
Forces sous-marines (FOST, ESNA)
Aviation navale
FORFUSCO (Commandos Marine, Fusiliers Marins)
Gendarmerie Maritime
Equipment
Current fleet
Current deployments
Personnel
Ranks in the French Navy
History
History of the French Navy
Future of the French Navy
Ensigns and pennants
Historic ships

Historic fleets
Awards
Croix de guerre
Médaille militaire
Légion d'honneur
Ribbons

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