There are currently twenty-one French Dominions and Dependencies of France. French Dominions consist of French Mexico, French Brazil, French Peru, French Colombia, French Congo, French Tanzania, French West Africa, French Egypt, French Algeria, French Libya, French Madagascar, French Tunisia, French Morocco, French Southeast Asia, French East Indies, and French Arabia. Dominions are autonomous polities that were under French control. Dominions often have the power of self-rule and representation in the French parliament. Dependencies, on the other hand, are autonomous and have self-rule just like Dominions, yet they do not have representation in parliament They consist of French Djibouti, French Caribbean Islands, French Pacific Islands, French Indian Ocean Islands, and the French South Atlantic Islands.
In 1930, the Imperial Dominion Act led to the existence of Dominions. The aim of the act was so that France could prevent the independence of her territories and still be able to hold onto them. Other benefits including allowing other ethnicities to hold positions in society, government, and the economy, allow them to have their own militias (though size is limited by the French), and be able to establish their own parliaments, replacing the colonial government.
List of Current Dominions
|Flag||Arms||Name||Location||Motto||Area||Population||Capital||Largest City||Current Dominion President||Current Dominion Prime Minister|
|French West Africa|
|French Southeast Asia|
|French East Indies|
List of Current Dependencies
|Flag||Coat of Arms||Name||Location||Motto||Area||Population||Capital||Largest City||Current Dominion President||Current Dominion Prime Minister|
|French Caribbean Islands|
|French Indian Ocean Islands|
|French Pacific Islands|
|French South Atlantic Islands|