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  1. The Kingdom of France is the historiographical name or umbrella term given to various political entities of France in the medieval and early modern period. It was among the most powerful states in Europe and a great power from the High Middle Ages onward. It was also an early colonial power, with possessions around the world. France originated as West Francia, the western half of the Carolingian Empire, with the Treaty of Verdun. A branch of the Carolingian dynasty continued to ...

  2. The Kingdom of France (royaume de France) is the name given to various political entities of France in the Middle Ages and modern times. According to historians, three major events started the Kingdom of France: the advent of Clovis I in 481, the Treaty of Verdun and the election of Hugues Capet in 987.

  3. Kingdom of France – 1789: First French Empire – 1812: Kingdom of France – 1815: Kingdom of France – 1839: French Third Republic – 1914

    • English: The Kingdom of France in 1789.
    • 456
    • First Attempt
    • Unnecessary Disambiguation
    • Corsica Became Part of France in 1789
    • Flag
    • West Francia as Early Phase vs. Predecessor of The Kingdom of France?
    • July Monarchy and Aftermath Section
    • Poor Grammar
    • French Or Latin Name
    • Official Religion Statement
    • The Area Seems Wrong

    I've moved this page from being a redirect to the general history of France to one directly about the Kingdom before the Revolution. I think its criminal that there are articles on the United Provinces, the Commonwealth of England etc, but no overarching article on a state as powerful as this one. At the moment it's only been a first attempt, and I'm not good enough at writing or history to do this on my own. But I hope a lot of wikipedians into European history can together develop this into something special.93.97.89.55 (talk) 17:30, 31 July 2010 (UTC)

    With due respect, I think this page is a perfect example of an unnecessary disambiguation page. A disambiguation page for Georgia makes great sense, because Georgia (country) and Georgia (U.S. state) are entirely different places which have the same name out of pure coincidence. However, the Kingdom of France in 848 and the Kingdom of France in 1848 were not two different places; they were different historical periods and different forms of government for the same country. The connection between the two periods is not merely coincidence; it is a long, involved historical connection. This title should be a redirect to History of France, which provides a summary of the historical development of the state as well as links to detailed articles on particular periods. --Russ (talk)16:16, 14 July 2008 (UTC)

    Corsica did not become part of Kingdom of France in 1768. In this date Genoa handed over the military power over the island to France in order to stamp out the Corsican patriots. Thanks to the Treaty of Versaille France get the administration control over the Corsica and supported Genoa with his army and money; Genoa got a loan from France using Corsica as a gage. When Genoa tried to honor her debt, the Revolution had already started in France and in 1789 the National Assembly stated one-sidedness that « la Corse fait partie de la France » (Corsica is part of France). So, from a French point of view, Corsica became part of France in 1789. The other powers acknowledged France ownership even later. UK for example staunchly supported the Corsican patriots. 1. Do I love those unsigned and undated contributions! We don't even know if this was posted in 2008 or 2018.--Lubiesque (talk) 16:37, 13 June 2018 (UTC)

    If I'm not wrong, the whole "France didn't have an official flag, national identity consisted of loyalty to the King, ergo his flag should be the national emblem," is just supposition on the part of a few editors. Is there a source that says that this flag should be preferred over others? Surely naval flags, or military flags, or civil ensigns could have just as much, if not more, priority as representing the country as the Royal Standard which was used only in the presence of the King himself. It wouldn't make sense to use his flag, since doubtless people from other countries seldom saw it, except if they faced the King on the battlefield or perhaps at court, which would have been a rarity compared to seeing the Union Jack, which was ubiquitous throughout British holdings, or the Burgundy Cross in Spanish America.--99.36.191.131 (talk) 00:56, 22 August 2013 (UTC) since there are no national flags prior to the 19th century anyway, which flag we choose is purely a matter of on-wiki c...

    A "kingdom of France" cleary existed from about AD 1190 (or say, 1179, coronation of Philip II of France).Before that, there was the "kingdom of the Franks" which in various forms had existed since the 5th century. Now it seemsto be some sort of convention to count the "kings of France", and hence the history of the kingdom, from 843, but this is very far from objective and needs justification (as de-facto standard). 1. anything down to the death of Charles the Fat (d. 888) is simply the Carolingian Empire 2. in the century of 888 to 987, there was West Francia 3. from Hugh Capet to Louis VII of France (987-1180) we have two centuries which can well be argued in retrospect to correspond to the emergence of the "kingdom of France" (including its language Old French), but which at the timewas simply seen as another two centuries of West Francia. These are three century, or a full third of the entire time span, of dubious pertinence to the article topic. Case in point, the French artic...

    Should this section be removed? It appears to have been here for awhile. It has being removed and restored a number of times. Jim1138 (talk) 07:00, 6 April 2017 (UTC) Salic Law does not support the succession of the House of Orleans, and a dedicated page already exists on the separate political phenomena known as the French Kingdom. Anonymous user 03:05, 6 April 2017 (EST) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2601:980:C100:14:0:480C:D497:1AB (talk) 1. @Jim1138: I am agree with you but July Monarchy is also part of Kingdom of France. --Panam2014 (talk) 18:47, 17 April 2017 (UTC) 1.1. @Panam2014: I am not knowledgeable in the area. It seems that complete removal of the section including the {{main|July Monarchy}} was overdoing it. I am not qualified to comment on the relevancy of the Kingdom of France#July Monarchy and aftermath section. Jim1138 (talk) 20:51, 17 April 2017 (UTC)

    If someone would care to proofread this article it would benefit from extensive grammatical edits. 86.173.182.10 (talk) 08:29, 18 January 2018 (UTC)

    Hi, User:Haywalk. Regarding this change, as explained in the summary, this changed dozens of lines in the Infobox, not just that one line you wanted to change. Only white space was changed, but this ruined columnar formatting in the wikicode, which wasn't necessary, in order to implement the possibly beneficial change you wanted to introduce. I'm not sure why this is happening to you, possibly a Visual editor issue? (If it keeps happening, I'd raise a discussion at WP:VPT, but if it's just this once, it's maybe not worth it.) Anyway, if you tell me what change you'd like to make, I can do it on your behalf; but then it's on me, and I don't quite understand yet the rationale for this change. I'm not challenging it, I'd just like to understand how it improves the article, because if the edit is going to have my username on it, then I need to support it. Mathglot (talk) 18:26, 15 May 2020 (UTC) 1. Hello, User:Mathglot! I have no idea why this keeps happening either, but it's likely bec...

    Hi. Why did you undo my edit that was supported by a reliable source?, regards Hugitt (talk) 13:50, 2 June 2021 (UTC) 1. It seemed out of place to me, and when I looked at your other contributions, it seemed to me that you might be on a campaign to make many such changes across many articles. Eric talk 13:53, 2 June 2021 (UTC) 1.1. This is a topic that I'm genuinely interested in. The material is relevant and it's supported by RS.Hugitt (talk) 14:24, 2 June 2021 (UTC) 1.1.1. @Hugitt: I think it's better to discuss this on the article's talkpage. Eric talk14:38, 2 June 2021 (UTC)

    The current right-hand table lists the area as 1,035,995 km2 (400,000 sq mi) in the year 1250. I have yet to find an exact map for 1250, but the total area seems to be more or less comparable to modern France. However, the total area of modern France is 551,695 km2. So the listed area is clearly wrong. I also checked the reference but couldn't find any precise area data for France. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2001:1530:1018:CC74:8C45:B144:AF2D:6A69 (talk) 07:56, 21 June 2021 (UTC)

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    France vigorously opposed the 2003 invasion of Iraq, straining bilateral relations with the United States and the United Kingdom. France retains strong political and economic influence in its former African colonies (Françafrique) and has supplied economic aid and troops for peacekeeping missions in Ivory Coast and Chad.

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