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|Date from||Date to||Event||Source|
|Appointed Prince de Joinville||ref:631|
|25.8.1835||Enseigne de Vaisseau||ref:631|
|1.8.1836||Lieutenant de Vaisseau||ref:631|
|28.5.1838||Capitaine de Frégate||ref:631|
|10.2.1839||Capitaine de Vaisseau||ref:631|
|5.1839||1843||Capitaine de Vaisseau, and Commanding Officer||ref:631|
|1840||In 1840 , the Prince of Joinville participated in the transfer to France of the mortal remains of the Emperor Napoleon I .||ref:631|
|7.7.1840||30.11.1840||Commander of the Fleet for the return of the ashes of Napoléon I|
|1848||aft.25.2.1848||Appointed Commandant l'Escadre de Méditerranée |
He supports the fleet modernization policy , which is very hostile to Guizot .
|aft.25.2.1848||He left France after the revolution of 1848 .||ref:631|
|1870||1886||Returned to France in 1870 , he asked to serve but was expelled by Gambetta in January 1871 . Reinstated in his rank in February 1872 , he no longer sailed . Maintained without age limit in the context of activity , he was struck off the lists under the law of expulsion of Princes in 1886 .||ref:631|