Field Marshal - Other Nations

Other Nations

  • Field marshal (Australia)
  • Feldmarschall (Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy)
  • Marshal (Brazil)
  • Stožerni general (Croatia)
  • Mushir (Egypt)
  • Field marshal (Finland)
  • Maréchal de camp (major general); Marshal of France
  • Generalfeldmarschall (Germany)
  • Stratarches(Στρατάρχης) (Greece)
  • Field marshal (India)
  • Jenderal Besar (Indonesia)
  • Field marshal (Iran)
  • Marshal of Italy
  • Rav-Aluf (Israel)
  • Field marshal (Malaysia)
  • Field marshal (New Zealand)
  • Field marshal (Pakistan)
  • Marshal of Peru
  • Field marshal (Philippines)
  • Marshal of Poland
  • Mareşal (Romania)
  • General field marshal (Imperial Russia)
  • Marshal of the Russian Federation
  • Field marshal (South Africa)
  • Marshal of the Soviet Union
  • Vojvoda (Serbia)
  • Fältmarskalk (Sweden)
  • Chom Phon (Thailand)
  • Mareşal (Turkey)
  • Field marshal (Uganda)
  • Field marshal (United Kingdom)

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