Rank and Nobility
I've had this print out forever and can't recall where I got it. It's a list of equivalents between military and noble titles. I hope it helps you.
|Noble Equivalent||Military Equivalent||Literal Meaning||Commander of|
|Overlord||---||Great-Chief (Chief of Chiefs||All|
|"Great One"||---||Greatest (i.e., Polite Address)||Grouped Armies|
|King "Your Majesty"||---||High-Chief (i.e. Polite Address)||Client States|
|Earl||Major General||War-Chief||Campaign Group (Division)|
|Count||Brigadeer General||War-Advisor||Command Group (Brigade)|
|Baron||Colonel||Battle-Chief||War Group (Regiment)|
|Baronet||Major||Battle-Leader||Battle Group (Batallion)|
|Knight||Captain||Attack-Leader||Attack Group (Company)|
|Squire||Lieutenant||Raid-Leader||Raid Group (Platoon)|
|Lord||---||Chieftain (i.e., Polite Adress)||---|
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