field marshal Senior rank in most European armies and the equivalent of a US general. Symbolized by the award of a decorated baton, the modern rank dates from the early 19th century, when Napoleon I named some of his generals maréchal de l'Empire (Fr. ‘Marshal of the Empire’).
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