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This is a list of the officers who have held the army rank of Field Marshal or Marshal. It does not include air force marshals.

Chinese Chiang Kai-shek

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Ayub Khan of Pakistan

German Erich von Manstein

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Sam Manekshaw of India

Afghanistan

Albania

  • 1 September 1928 - HM King Zog (1895–1961)

Australia

Austria/Austria-Hungary

Brazil

Cambodia

  • 1971 - Lon Nol (1913–1985)
  • HRH Prince Norodom Ranariddh (b. 1944)
  • 2009 - Heng Samrin (b. 1934)[1]
  • 2009 - Chea Sim (b. 1932)[1]
  • 2009 - Hun Sen (b. 1952)[1]

Central African Empire

Republic of China

People's Republic of China

Liu Bocheng

Republic of Croatia

Independent State of Croatia

Egypt

Field Marshal insignia

Ethiopia

Finland

Finnish President Mannerheim in 1943

France

Germany

Ghana

Greece

Guelders

Holy Roman Empire

India

Indonesia

Iran

Iraq

Italy

Japan[3]

Jordan

Liberia

Malaysia

  • 31 August 1957 - Tuanku Abdul Rahman of Negeri Sembilan (1985–1960)
  • 14 April 1960 - Sultan Hisamuddin Alam Shah of Selangor (1898–1960)
  • 21 September 1960 - Tuanku Syed Putra of Perlis (1920–2000)
  • 21 September 1965 - Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah of Terengganu (1907–1979)

    Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin, Yang di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia

  • 21 September 1970 - Tuanku Abdul Halim of Kedah (b. 1927)
  • 21 September 1975 - Sultan Yahya Petra of Kelantan (1917–1979)
  • 29 March 1979 - Sultan Ahmad Shah of Pahang (b. 1930)
  • 26 April 1984 - Sultan Iskandar of Johor (1932–2010)
  • 26 April 1989 - Sultan Azlan Shah of Perak (b. 1928)
  • 26 April 1994 - Tuanku Jaafar of Negeri Sembilan (1922–2008)
  • 26 April 1999 - Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah of Selangor (1926–2001)
  • 13 December 2001 - Tuanku Syed Sirajuddin of Perlis (b. 1943)
  • 13 December 2006 - Mizan Zainal Abidin of Terengganu (b. 1962)
  • 13 December 2011 - Tuanku Abdul Halim of Kedah (b. 1927)

Mongolia

Morocco

  • 17 November 1970 - Mohammed ben Mizzian (1897–1975)

Mozambique

Nepal

  • HH Maharaja Chandra Shamsher of Lambjang and Kaski (1863–1929)
  • HH Maharaja Bhim Shamsher of Lambjang and Kaski (1865–1962)
  • HH Maharaja Juddha Shamsher of Lambjang and Kaski (1875–1952)
  • HH Maharaja Padma Shamsher of Lambjang and Kaski (1882–1961)
  • HH Maharaja Mohan Shamsher of Lambjang and Kaski (1885–1967)
  • HH Sir Keshar Shamsher Jung Bahadur Rana (1892–1964)
  • Hari Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana
  • Sir Nir Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana (1913–2013)
  • Sir Kiran Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana (1916–1983)
  • 14 April 1953 - HM King Tribhuvan (1906–1955)
  • 1954 - Rudra Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana (1879–1964)
  • 2 May 1956 - HM King Mahendra (1920–1972)
  • 1972 - HM King Birendra (1945–2001)
  • 2 June 2001 - HM King Gyanendra (b. 1947)

New Zealand

North Korea

Ottoman Empire

Pakistan

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Russian Empire

Russian Federation

Saudi Arabia

Serbia

  • 1912 - Radomir Putnik (1847–1917)
  • 1914 - Zivojin Misic (1855–1921)
  • 1914 - Stepa Stepanovic (1858–1929)
  • 1918 - Petar Bojovic (1858–1936)

South Africa

Soviet Union

Spain

  • 1792 - Antonio Olaguer Feliú (1742–1813)
  • 1810 - Henry Joseph O'Donnell, Count of La Bisbal (1769–1834)
  • 1818 - Manuel Olaguer Feliú (1759–1824)
  • 1844 - Ramón María Narváez y Campos, Duke of Valencia (1800–1868)
  • 1869 - Juan Prim, Marquis of Los Castillejos (1814–1870)

Sudan

Sweden

Syria

Thailand

Tunisia

  • 14 August 1840 - HH Abu Abbas Ahmed I Pasha Bey (1806–1855)
  • 7 August 1855 - HH Muhammed Pasha Bey (1811–1859)
  • 10 December 1859 - HH Muhammed as-Sadiq Pasha Bey (1813–1882)
  • 28 October 1882 - HH Ali III Pasha Bey (1817–1902)
  • 11 June 1902 - HH Muhammad al-Hadi Pasha Bey (1855–1906)
  • 11 May 1906 - HH Muhammed al-Nasir Pasha Bey (1855–1922)
  • 10 July 1922 - HH Muhammad al-Habib Pasha Bey (1858–1929)
  • 11 February 1929 - HH Ahmed II Pasha Bey (1862–1942)
  • 19 June 1942 - HH Muhammad al-Munsif Pasha Bey (1881–1948)
  • 15 May 1943 - HH Muhammed al-Amin Pasha Bey (1881–1962)

Turkey

Uganda

United Kingdom

Venezuela

Yemen

Yemen Arab Republic

Yugoslavia

Zaire

Other countries

The rank also exists or has existed (on paper at least) in Bangladesh, Brunei, South Korea, Malaysia, Nigeria, Oman, and South Vietnam, but not all of these countries have probably actually ever used it.

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 His Majesty Promotes Cambodian Leaders to Five-Star General DECEMBER 27, 2009
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 Held a senior rank to other marshals of the same country.
  3. These names appear in Japanese order, surname (princely title or peerage title) first, followed by given name.
  4. "North Korea's Kim Jong-un named marshal", BBC News, 18 July 2012

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