Shoulder boards for the PLA rank yuan shuai (marshal), modelled after those of the marshal of the Soviet Union
General Sir Harold Alexander was promoted to field marshal in the British Army when he was made Supreme Allied Commander Mediterranean during World War II
Yue Fei
Marshal Duke of Caxias
Puxian Wannu
C. G. E. Mannerheim
Chiang Kai-shek
Jan Smuts
Lu Rongting
(Australian Army)<ref name="Australia">{{cite web |title=Badges of rank |url=https://www.defence.gov.au/images/Badges_of_rank.pdf |website=defence.gov.au |publisher=Department of Defence (Australia) |access-date=31 May 2021}}</ref>
Tang Jiyao
{{lang|ms|Fil marsyal}}
1. Zhu De
(Ethiopian Army)
2. Peng Dehuai
(Ghana Army)<ref>{{cite book |last1=Ofcansky |first1=Thomas P. |editor1-last=Berry |editor1-first=LaVerle Bennette |title=Ghana: a country study |series=Area Handbook |date=1995 |publisher=Library of Congress |location=Washington, D.C. |lccn=95018891 |page=284 |edition=3rd |url=https://www.loc.gov/resource/frdcstdy.ghanacountrystud00berr_0/?sp=334 |access-date=19 October 2021 |chapter=National Security}}</ref>
3. Lin Biao
{{lang-hi|फ़ील्ड मार्शल|pheeld maarshal}}
4. Liu Bocheng
{{lang|ms|Fil marsyal}}
5. He Long
(New Zealand Army)<ref name="NewZealand">{{cite web |title=Badges of Rank |url=https://www.nzdf.mil.nz/corporate-documents/badges-of-rank/ |website=nzdf.mil.nz |publisher=New Zealand Defence Force |access-date=11 June 2021 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20200703193648/https://www.nzdf.mil.nz/corporate-documents/badges-of-rank/ |archive-date=3 July 2020}}</ref>
6. Chen Yi
(Nigerian Army)<ref name="Nigeria">{{cite book |last1=Smaldone |first1=Joseph P. |editor1-last=Metz |editor1-first=Helen Chapin |title=Nigeria: a country study |series=Area Handbook |date=1992 |publisher=Library of Congress |location=Washington, D.C. |lccn=92009026 |pages=296–297 |edition=5th |url=https://www.loc.gov/resource/frdcstdy.nigeriacountryst00metz_0/?sp=340 |access-date=21 October 2021 |chapter=National Security}}</ref>
7. Luo Ronghuan
{{lang-ur|فیلڈ مارشل|field marchell}}
8. Xu Xiangqian
(Sri Lanka Army)<ref name="SriLanka_Army">{{cite web |title=Dress Regulation PDF - Part I |url=https://www.army.lk/sites/all/themes/bootstrap/common/images/images2/downloads/Dress-regulation-2019-PART-I.pdf |website=army.lk |publisher=Sri Lanka Army |pages=10-4–10-11 |date=January 2019 |access-date=20 May 2021}}</ref>
9. Nie Rongzhen
(British Army)<ref name="UK_Army">{{cite web |title=Rank structure |url=https://www.army.mod.uk/who-we-are/our-people/ranks/ |website=army.mod.uk |publisher=British Army |access-date=27 May 2021}}</ref>
10. Ye Jianying

Chinese military rank that corresponds to a marshal in other nations.

- Yuan shuai

Later, a more common title for a field marshal or a commandant was (元帥 Yuan Shuai) or grand field marshal (大元帥 da yuan shuai).

- Field marshal
Shoulder boards for the PLA rank yuan shuai (marshal), modelled after those of the marshal of the Soviet Union

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Marshal

Term used in several official titles in various branches of society.

Term used in several official titles in various branches of society.

City of Las Vegas Deputy City Marshals units parked just outside of the Fremont Street Experience.
City Marshal of the City of London, on duty at the Lord Mayor's Show.
Marshal Foch, circa 1920.

In most countries, the rank of Marshal is the highest Army rank (equivalent to a five-star General of the Army in the United States).

Yuan Shuai (modern China)