Leaders of WWI


1. Russia

  • Nicholas II -the Tsar of Russia, King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Finland.
  • Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich -the Commander-in-chief
  • Alexander Samsonov – the Commander of the Russian Second Army for the invasion of East Prussia
  • Paul von Rennenkampf -the Commander of the Russian First Army for the invasion of East Prussia
  • Nikolai Ivanov –the Commander of the Russian army on the Southwestern Front, responsible for much of the action in Galicia
  • Aleksei Brusilov – the Commander of the South-West Front, then provisional Commander-in-Chief after the Tsar's abdication
France
United Kingdom
Serbia
Belgium
Italy
Romania
United States of America
Japan
  1. Emperor Taishō – the Emperor of Japan
  2. Ōkuma Shigenobu – the Prime Minister of Japan

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Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Viktor Adler
Social Democrat
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Sir William Maxwell Aitken
Minister of Information
New Zealand
New Zealand
Sir James Allen
Minister of Defence
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Julius Andrassy
Foreign Minister
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Herbert Henry Asquith
Prime Minister
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Moritz von Auffenberg
Minister of War
France
France
Jean Augagneur
Minister of Marine
Romania
Romania
Alexandru Averescu
Prime Minister
Germany
Germany
Prince Max von Baden
Chancellor
United States of America
United States of America
Newton Baker
Secretary of War
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Arthur Balfour
Foreign Secretary
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Otto Bauer
Foreign Secretary
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Lord Beaverbrook
Minister of Information
Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
Eduard Benes
Foreign Minister
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Count Leopold von Berchtold
Foreign Minister
Germany
Germany
Count von Bernstorff
Ambassador to U.S.
Germany
Germany
Theobald von Bethmann-Hollweg
Chancellor
Germany
Germany
Otto von Bismarck
19th Century Chancellor
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Andrew Bonar Law
Conservative Leader
Canada
Canada
Sir Robert Borden
Prime Minister
Italy
Italy
Paolo Boselli
Prime Minister
South Africa
South Africa
Louis Botha
Prime Minister
Romania
Romania
Ion Bratianu
Prime Minister
France
France
Aristide Briand
Prime Minister
Belgium
Belgium
Baron Charles de Broqueville
Prime Minister
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Lord Bryce
Author, Bryce Report
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Count Istvan Burian von Rajecz
Foreign Minister
United States of America
United States of America
William Jennings Bryan
Secretary of State
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
John Buchan
Director of Information
France
France
Joseph Caillaux
Prime Minister
France
France
Paul Cambon
Foreign Minister
Germany
Germany
Eduard von Capelle
Naval Minister
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Sir Edward Carson
Leader, UVF
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Sir Winston Churchill
First Lord of the Admiralty
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Heinrich von Clam-Martinic
Prime Minister
France
France
Georges Clemenceau
Prime Minister
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Ottokar Czernin
Foreign Minister
Italy
Italy
Alfredo Dallolio
Minister of Munitions
United States of America
United States of America
Josephus Daniels
Secretary of the Navy
Italy
Italy
Gabriele D'Annunzio
Politician/Soldier
France
France
Augustin Boue de Lapeyrere
Minister of War
France
France
Theophile Delcasse
Minister for Foreign Affairs
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Lord Derby
Minister of War
Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
Mehmed Djaved Bey
Finance Minister
Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
Ahmed Djemal Pasha
Military Governor of Syria
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Constantin Dumba
Ambassador to US
Germany
Germany
Friedrich Ebert
Chancellor
Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
Enver Pasha
Minister of War
Germany
Germany
Matthias Erzberger
Politician
Australia
Australia
Andrew Fisher
Prime Minister
United States of America
United States of America
Lindley Garrison
Secretary of War
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Sir Auckland Geddes
Minister of National Service
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Sir Eric Geddes
First Lord of the Admiralty
United States of America
United States of America
Germany
Germany
James W. Gerard
U.S. Ambassador to Germany
Russia
Russia
Ivan Goremykin
Prime Minister
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Sir Edward Grey
Foreign Secretary
Russia
Russia
Ivan Grigorovich
Naval Minister
Germany
Germany
Wilhelm Groener
General
Russia
Russia
Alexander Guchkov
Minister of War
Germany
Germany
Hugo Haase
Co-chairman of SPD Party
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Lord Haldane
Lord Chancellor
United States of America
United States of America
Warren G Harding
President
Ireland
Ireland
Alfred Harmsworth
Director of Propaganda
Germany
Germany
Karl Helfferich
Minister of Finance/Interior
Germany
Germany
Count Hertling
Chancellor
Germany
Germany
Paul von Hintze
Foreign Minister
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Miklos Horthy de Nagybanya
Regent
United States of America
United States of America
Colonel House
Special Advisor to President Wilson
Australia
Australia
Billy Hughes
Prime Minister
Canada
Canada
Sam Hughes
Minister of Militia and Defence
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Baron Max Hussarek von Heinlein
Prime Minister
Belgium
Belgium
Paul Hymans
Foreign Secretary
Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
Ahmed Izzet Pasha
Grand Vizier
Germany
Germany
Gottlieb von Jagow
Foreign Minister
France
France
Jean Jaures
Socialist Party Leader
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Count Karolyi
Prime Minister
Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
Mustafa Kemal Pasha
Post-war President
Russia
Russia
Alexander Kerenski
Leader, Prov. Govt.
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Lord Kitchener
Minister of War
Russia
Russia
Alexander Krivoshein
Minister of Agriculture
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Ernst von Korber
Minister-President
Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
Karel Kramar
Independence Campaigner
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Alexander von Krobatin
Minister of War
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Bela Kun
Prime Minister
France
France
Marie-Jean-Lucien Lacaze
Minister of Marine
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Heinrich Lammasch
Minister-President
United States of America
United States of America
Robert Lansing
Secretary of State
Canada
Canada
Sir Wilfrid Laurier
Prime Minister
Germany
Germany
Karl Liebknecht
Revolutionary Politician
United States of America
United States of America
Walter Lippmann
Assistant to Secretary of War
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
David Lloyd George
Prime Minister
United States of America
United States of America
Henry Cabot Lodge
Senate Majority Leader
Germany
Germany
Rosa Luxemburg
Revolutionary
Russia
Russia
Prince Georgy Lvov
Prime Minister
France
France
Hubert Lyautey
War Minister
Russia
Russia
Nikolai Maklakov
Minister of the Interior
Bulgaria
Bulgaria
Alexander Malinov
Prime Minister
France
France
Louis Malvy
Minister of the Interior
Romania
Romania
Alexandru Marghiloman
Prime Minister
Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia
Tomas Masaryk
President
New Zealand
New Zealand
William Massey
Prime Minister
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Charles Masterman
Head of War Propaganda
United States of America
United States of America
William McAdoo
Treasury Secretary
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Reginald McKenna
Home Secretary
Germany
Germany
Georg Michaelis
Chancellor
France
France
Alexandre Millerand
Minister of War
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Lord Alfred Milner
Minister of War
United States of America
United States of America
Henry Morgenthau
U.S. Ambassador to Turkey
Italy
Italy
Benito Mussolini
Future Fascist Dictator
Ireland
Ireland
Lord Northcliffe
Director of Propaganda
Germany
Germany
Gustav Noske
Politician
Italy
Italy
Vittorio Orlando
Prime Minister
Poland
Poland
Ignace Paderewski
Prime Minister
France
France
Paul Painleve
Prime Minister
Serbia
Serbia
Nikola Pasic
Prime Minister
Poland
Poland
Josef Pilsudski
General
France
France
Raymond Poincare
President
Russia
Russia
Alexei Polivanov
Minister of War
Russia
Russia
Vasil Radoslavov
Prime Minister
Germany
Germany
Walter Rathenau
Head of KRA
France
France
Alexandre Ribot
Prime Minister
Russia
Russia
Mikhail Rodzianko
Duma President
Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
Said Halim Pasha
Grand Vizier
Italy
Italy
Antonio Salandra
Prime Minister
Italy
Italy
Marquis di San Giuliano
Foreign Minister
Russia
Russia
Sergei Sazonov
Foreign Minister
Germany
Germany
Philip Scheidemann
President, Weimar Rep.
Russia
Russia
Dmitry Shuvaev
Minister of War
South Africa
South Africa
Jan Christian Smuts
Prime Minister
Germany
Germany
Wilhelm Solf
Colonial/Foreign Minister
Italy
Italy
Sidney Sonnino
Foreign Minister
Bulgaria
Bulgaria
Alexander Stamboliski
Anti-Monarchist
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
R. Stoger-Steiner v Steinstatten
War Minister
Germany
Germany
Gustav Stresemann
Post-war Chancellor
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Count Karl von Sturgkh
Minister-President
Russia
Russia
Boris Sturmer
Prime Minister
Russia
Russia
Vladimir Sukhomlinov
Minister of War
Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire
Mehmed Talaat Pasha
Minister of the Interior
France
France
Albert Thomas
Under-Secretary for Munitions
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Romania
Romania
Christopher Thomson
Military Attaché to Romania
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Count Tisza
Hungarian Prime Minister
Croatia
Croatia
Ante Trumbic
Foreign Minister
Greece
Greece
Eleutherios Venizelos
Prime Minister
France
France
Rene Viviani
Prime Minister
New Zealand
New Zealand
Sir Joseph Ward
Prime Minister
Austria-Hungary
Austria-Hungary
Alexander Wekerle
Prime Minister
Germany
Germany
Kuno von Westarp
Politician
United States of America
United States of America
Brand Whitlock
Ambassador to Belgium
United States of America
United States of America
Woodrow Wilson
President
Bulgaria
Bulgaria
Nikola Zhekov
Minister of War
Germany
Germany
Arthur Zimmermann
Foreign Secretary
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References
1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allied_leaders_of_World_War_I

2. http://www.firstworldwar.com/bio/politicians.htm

3. http://library.thinkquest.org/10927/leadwwi.htm

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