- Class: Bretagne - 3 battleships of 1912
- Displacement: 22,189 tons
- Dimensions: 544 (oa) x 89 x 30 ft.
- Machinery: 4-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 43,000 = 21.4 knots
- Armor: Main belt 270mm (admidships), 160mm (fore & aft); Protective decks: 30mm, 40mm and 40mm (lower); Forward and aft turrets 340mm; Battery 180 mm; Conning tower: 314mm
- Armament: 10-13.4in (5x2), 14-5.4in (14x1), 8-75mm AA (8x1) guns
- Complement: 1,133
- Builder: Arsenale de Lorient
- Laid down: 21 May 1912
- Launched: 20 Apr 1913
- Completed: 1 Mar 1916
- Notes: After WW1, the Bretagne class had tripod foremasts and directors fitted. Converted to partial oil-burning in 1927-30 and full oil burning in 1932-35. Improved armor and AA weapons also added.
- Service: Provence and sister Bretagne were both present at Mers-el-Kebir on 3 Jul 1940 when a British ultimatum was refused and Adm Somerville of Force "H" fired on the French ships. Bretagne blew up and capsized; Provence was badly damaged and beached in the harbor. Brought to Toulon in Nov 1940, she was scuttled there on 27 Nov 1942.