|Name||No||Yard No||Builder||Laid down||Launched||Comp||Fate|
|Jules Michelet||Arsenal de Lorient||1.6.1904||31.8.1905||11.1908||target 1931|
|Displacement normal, t||
|Displacement full, t|
|No of shafts||
3 VTE, 28 Guyot du Temple boilers
|Power, h. p.||
|Max speed, kts||
|Armour, mm||belt: 150 - 70, turrets: 200, turret bases: 180 - 100, secondary turrets: 165 - 130, bases of secondary turrets: 130 - 65, casemates: 140, lower deck: 65 - 45, main deck: 35, CT: 200|
2 x 2 - 194/50 M1902, 12 x 1 - 165/45 M1893-96M, 24 x 1 - 47/50 M1902, 2 - 450 TT (sub, beam)
Created on the basis of Léon Gambetta, but differed by more powerful machinery and stronger artillery (40-cal 194mm guns were replaced by 50-cal, and 8 165mm guns were placed in single turrets).
Main belt extended from 1.0m below water to 2.5m above and to upper deck in fwd part between stem and foremast, ending by 100mm bulkhead just near the stern. Its thickness was 150mm reducing to 120mm at the upper edge. Thickness of main belt near ship ends was 100mm decreasing to 70mm at raising fore part. Lower deck had 45mm (max) flat part connecting with lower edge of main belt by 65mm slopes. 35mm flat medium deck connected with top of main belt. A space between these decks was divided into many small compartments, filled with coal or stores. Casemates had 64mm rears, closed by 120mm fwd transverse bulkhead. Main turrets had 50mm crowns, secondary had 30mm.
1916 - 1917: - 12 x 1 - 47/50; + 4 x 1 - 47/50 M1902 AA.
In 1929 Jules Michelet was laid up to reserve, stricken in 1931 and converted to target. She was sunk 8.5.1937 by submarine Thetis during manoeuvres.