Battleships of France
Gloire class - Broadside ironclads.
Couronne - Broadside ironclad.
Magenta class - Broadside ironclads.
Provence class - Broadside ironclads.
Océan class - Central battery and barbette ships.
Friedland - Central battery and barbette ship.
Richelieu - Central battery and barbette ship.
Colbert class - Central battery and barbette ships.
Redoutable - Central battery and barbette ship.
Dévastation class - Central battery and barbette ships.
Amiral Duperré - Barbette ship.
Amiral Baudin class - Barbette ships (Hoche was built to an altered design and was a turret & barbette ship).
Marceau class - Barbette ships.
Brennus - Pre-Dreadnought battleship.
Charles Martel - Pre-Dreadnought battleship.
Carnot - Pre-Dreadnought battleship.
Jauréguiberry - Pre-Dreadnought battleship.
Masséna - Pre-Dreadnought battleship.
Bouvet - Pre-Dreadnought battleship.
Charlemagne class - Pre-Dreadnought battleships.
Iéna - Pre-Dreadnought battleship.
Suffren - Pre-Dreadnought battleship.
Liberté class - Pre-Dreadnought battleships.
Danton class - An intermediate class between pre-Dreadnought and Dreadnought type designs, France persisted with building them even after most other nations had abandoned the concept.
Courbet class - France's first Dreadnoughts, although reverting to orthodox practice of casemated secondary armament, contained a number of features ahead of British and American design.