The Enriques-Fano classification ([E.F], [F]) of the maximal connected algebraic subgroups of the three variable Cremona group, despite of its group theoretic feature, seems to be the most significant result on the rational threefolds so far known. In this paper as in [MU] we interpret the Enriques-Fano classification from a geometric view point, namely the geometry of minimal rational threefolds. We explained in [MU] the link between the two objects; the maximal algebraic subgroups and the minimal rational threefolds. Let (G, X) be a maximal algebraic subgroup of three variable Cremona group. We denote by ℓ(G, X) the set of all the algebraic operations (G, Y) such that Y is non-singular and projective and such that (G, Y) is isomorphic to (G, X) as law chunks of algebraic operation: namely (G, Y) is birationally equivalent to (G, X). Then we define an order in ℓ(G, X): for (G, Z), (G, W) ∊ ℓ(G, X), (G, Z)>(G, W) if there exists an G-equivariant birational morphism of Z onto W.