Jean Armand de Maillé-Brézé, Duke of Fronsac, Marquis of Brézé (18 October 1619 – 14 June 1646) was a French admiral. He was born in Milly-le-Meugon, in one of the most powerful French families of the time; his father was Urbain de Maillé-Brézé, marquis de Brézé, Marshal of France, his uncle Cardinal Richelieu, King Louis XIII's renowned minister, and his brother-in-law, Louis II de Bourbon, Prince de Condé, (better known as the le Grand Condé), was the First Prince of the Blood. His remains were buried in the church of Milly le Meugon, abutted to the castle walls.

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  • Jean Armand de Maillé, marqués de Brézé (Milly, 18 de octubre de 1619 - Batalla de Orbetello, 14 de junio de 1646), noble, militar y marino francés, marqués de Brézé y duque de Fronsac. Coronel a los 15 años, general de las galeras a los 20, gran maestre de la navegación a los 24 años, Maillé-Brézé participó en ocho campañas navales, adquiriendo un gran renombre por sus victorias, que aseguraron, por un breve espacio de tiempo, el dominio del Mediterréneo Occidental a la marina de Luis XIII. (es)
  • Jean Armand de Maillé (né le 18 octobre 1619 à Milly-le-Meugon - mort le 14 juin 1646 à la bataille d'Orbetello), duc de Fronsac, marquis de Brézé, était un célèbre marin français du XVIIe siècle, disparu prématurément à l'âge de 27 ans. Colonel à 15 ans, général des galères à 20 ans, grand-maître de la navigation à 24 ans, Maillé-Brézé participa à huit campagnes de guerre à la mer, au cours desquelles il remporta un nombre impressionnant de victoires, qui assurèrent, pour un temps, à la marine de Louis XIII la maîtrise de la Méditerranée occidentale. (fr)
  • Jean Armand de Maillé-Brézé, Duke of Fronsac, Marquis of Brézé (18 October 1619 – 14 June 1646) was a French admiral. He was born in Milly-le-Meugon, in one of the most powerful French families of the time; his father was Urbain de Maillé-Brézé, marquis de Brézé, Marshal of France, his uncle Cardinal Richelieu, King Louis XIII's renowned minister, and his brother-in-law, Louis II de Bourbon, Prince de Condé, (better known as the le Grand Condé), was the First Prince of the Blood. Thanks to his uncle, at the age of seventeen, he received the title of grand-maître de la navigation (Grand-master of Navigation), a new title created by King Louis XIII for Cardinal Richelieu and equivalent to Grand Admiral of France. One of the leading figures in the Eighty Years' War, he defeated the Spanish fleet near Cadiz (20 July 1640), and then seized Villafranca. In 1641, he arrived in Portugal to help in the Portuguese Restoration War against Spain. In 1642, he fought an indecisive action against the Spanish forces near Barcelona, and nearly completely destroyed their fleet near Cartagena on 3 July 1643. He was killed on 16 June 1646, during the Battle of Orbetello, where his fleet was defeated. His remains were buried in the church of Milly le Meugon, abutted to the castle walls. (en)
  • Jean Armand de Maillé-Brézé (Milly, 18 de Outubro de 1619 — Batalha de Orbetello, 14 de Junho de 1646), marquês de Brézé e duque de Fronsac, foi um aristocrata, militar e oficial naval que teve uma carreira meteórica, embora efémera, na Marinha de Guerra Francesa. Maillé-Brézé foi coronel aos 15 anos de idade, general das galeras aos 20 anos e "grão-mestre da navegação" aos 24 anos, participando em oito campanhas navais, adquirindo grande fama pelas suas vitórias que asseguraram, por um breve período, o domínio do Mediterrâneo Ocidental pela Marinha de Luís XIII da França. Foi morto em combate, na Batalha de Orbetello, travada em torno da ilha de Giglio, quando tinha apenas 27 anos de idade. (pt)
  • Жан Арман де Майе-Брезе (фр. Jean Armand de Maillé) герцог де Фронзак, маркиз де Брезе (18 октября 1619 — 14 июня 1646) — французский адмирал, погиб в возрасте 27 лет, достигнув звания начальника мореплавания и высших почестей. (ru)
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  • Jean Armand de Maillé, marqués de Brézé (Milly, 18 de octubre de 1619 - Batalla de Orbetello, 14 de junio de 1646), noble, militar y marino francés, marqués de Brézé y duque de Fronsac. Coronel a los 15 años, general de las galeras a los 20, gran maestre de la navegación a los 24 años, Maillé-Brézé participó en ocho campañas navales, adquiriendo un gran renombre por sus victorias, que aseguraron, por un breve espacio de tiempo, el dominio del Mediterréneo Occidental a la marina de Luis XIII. (es)
  • Jean Armand de Maillé (né le 18 octobre 1619 à Milly-le-Meugon - mort le 14 juin 1646 à la bataille d'Orbetello), duc de Fronsac, marquis de Brézé, était un célèbre marin français du XVIIe siècle, disparu prématurément à l'âge de 27 ans. Colonel à 15 ans, général des galères à 20 ans, grand-maître de la navigation à 24 ans, Maillé-Brézé participa à huit campagnes de guerre à la mer, au cours desquelles il remporta un nombre impressionnant de victoires, qui assurèrent, pour un temps, à la marine de Louis XIII la maîtrise de la Méditerranée occidentale. (fr)
  • Jean Armand de Maillé-Brézé (Milly, 18 de Outubro de 1619 — Batalha de Orbetello, 14 de Junho de 1646), marquês de Brézé e duque de Fronsac, foi um aristocrata, militar e oficial naval que teve uma carreira meteórica, embora efémera, na Marinha de Guerra Francesa. Maillé-Brézé foi coronel aos 15 anos de idade, general das galeras aos 20 anos e "grão-mestre da navegação" aos 24 anos, participando em oito campanhas navais, adquirindo grande fama pelas suas vitórias que asseguraram, por um breve período, o domínio do Mediterrâneo Ocidental pela Marinha de Luís XIII da França. Foi morto em combate, na Batalha de Orbetello, travada em torno da ilha de Giglio, quando tinha apenas 27 anos de idade. (pt)
  • Жан Арман де Майе-Брезе (фр. Jean Armand de Maillé) герцог де Фронзак, маркиз де Брезе (18 октября 1619 — 14 июня 1646) — французский адмирал, погиб в возрасте 27 лет, достигнув звания начальника мореплавания и высших почестей. (ru)
  • Jean Armand de Maillé-Brézé, Duke of Fronsac, Marquis of Brézé (18 October 1619 – 14 June 1646) was a French admiral. He was born in Milly-le-Meugon, in one of the most powerful French families of the time; his father was Urbain de Maillé-Brézé, marquis de Brézé, Marshal of France, his uncle Cardinal Richelieu, King Louis XIII's renowned minister, and his brother-in-law, Louis II de Bourbon, Prince de Condé, (better known as the le Grand Condé), was the First Prince of the Blood. His remains were buried in the church of Milly le Meugon, abutted to the castle walls. (en)
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  • Майе-Брезе, Жан Арман де (ru)
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