Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.Zacharie Jacques Théodore Allemand, (Port-Louis, 1 May 1762 - Toulon, 2 March 1828) was a French admiral. Allemand was born to a captain of the East Indian Company. Orphaned at an early age, he started his sailing career at 12 as an apprentice on Superbe, an East Indiaman. In 1778, at the outbreak of the American War of Independence, he volunteered for Navy service of Sévère, in Suffren''s squadron. By the end of the war, Allemand had rose to lieutenant de frégate and served on Annibal. He later went on to serve on the fluyts Baleine and Outarde in the Indian Ocean. In late 1786, Allemand returned to France to benefit from a reform of the Navy by which he could obtain a permanent commission of sous-lieutenant de vaisseau for his service. In this capacity, he served on a number of frigates in the Caribbean and off America.
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