Who were the leaders of both sides of the war in WWI?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    CENTRAL POWERS:

    Austria-Hungary

    * Franz Josef I - Emperor of Austria-Hungary

    * Karl I - Emperor of Austria-Hungary

    * Conrad von Hötzendorf - Chief of the Austro-Hungarian General Staff

    * Arthur Arz von Straussenburg - Chief of the Austro-Hungarian General Staff

    * Anton Haus - Commander-in-Chief of the Austro-Hungarian Navy

    * Maximilian Njegovan - Commander-in-Chief of the Austro-Hungarian Navy

    German Empire

    * Wilhelm II - German Emperor

    * Erich von Falkenhayn - Chief of the German General Staff

    * Paul von Hindenburg - Chief of the German General Staff

    * Reinhard Scheer - Commander of the Imperial High Seas Fleet

    * Erich Ludendorff - Deputy Chief of Staff of the German Army

    * Wilhelm Souchon - German Naval Advisor to the Ottoman Empire

    * Otto Liman von Sanders - German Army Advisor to the Ottoman Empire

    Ottoman Empire

    * Mehmed V - Sultan of the Ottoman Empire

    * İsmail Enver - Commander-in-Chief of the Ottoman Army

    * Mustafa Kemal Atatürk - Commander of the Second Army

    Bulgaria

    * Ferdinand I - Czar of Bulgaria

    * Nikola Zhekov - Commander-in-Chief of the Bulgarian Army

    * Vladimir Vazov - Bulgarian Lieutenant General

    ENTENTE POWERS:

    Russia

    * Nicholas II — Russian Emperor, King of Poland, and Grand Duke of Finland. (Until 15 March 1917)

    * Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich - Commander-in-chief (1 August 1914 – 5 September 1916) and viceroy in the Caucasus

    * Alexander Samsonov - Commander of the Russian Second Army for the invasion of East Prussia (1 August 1914 – 29 August 1914)

    * Paul von Rennenkampf - Commander of the Russian First Army for the invasion of East Prussia (1 August 1914 - November 1914)

    * Nikolai Ivanov - Commander of the Russian army on the Southwestern Front, (1 August 1914 - March 1916) responsible for much of the action in Galicia

    * Aleksei Brusilov - Commander of the South-West Front, then provisional Commander-in-Chief after the Tsar's abdication (February 1917 - August 1917)

    * Lavr Georgievich Kornilov - Commander of the South-West Front, then Commander-in-Chief (August 1917)

    France

    * Raymond Poincaré - President of France

    * René Viviani - Prime Minister of France (13 June 1914 - 29 October 1915)

    * Aristide Briand - Prime Minister of France (29 October 1915 - 20 March 1917)

    * Alexandre Ribot - Prime Minister of France (20 March 1917 - 12 September 1917)

    * Paul Painlevé - Prime Minister of France (12 September 1917 - 16 November 1917)

    * Georges Clemenceau - Prime Minister of France (From 16 November 1917)

    * Joseph Joffre - Commander-in-Chief of the French Army (3 August 1914 - 13 December 1916) and Marshal of France

    * Robert Nivelle - Commander-in-Chief of the French Army (13 December 1916 - April 1917)

    * Philippe Pétain - Commander-in-Chief of the French Army (April 1917 - 26 March 1918) and Marshal of France

    * Ferdinand Foch - Commander-in-Chief of the French Army and Marshal of France, Supreme Allied Commander (26 March 1918 - 11 November 1918)

    United Kingdom

    * George V - King of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth Realms, Emperor of India

    * H. H. Asquith - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (Until 5 December 1916)

    * D. Lloyd George - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (From 7 December 1916)

    * Horatio Herbert Kitchener - Secretary of State for War (5 August 1914 - 5 June 1916)

    * William Robertson - Chief of the Imperial General Staff

    * John French - Commander-in-Chief of the British Expeditionary Force (4 August - 15 December 1915)

    * Douglas Haig - Commander-in-Chief of the British Expeditionary Force (15 December 1915 - 11 November 1918)

    * "Jackie" Fisher - First Sea Lord - (1914 - May 1915)

    * Henry Jackson - First Sea Lord - (May 1915 - November 1916)

    * John Jellicoe - First Sea Lord (November 1916 - December 1917)

    Dominion of Australia

    * Billy Hughes - Prime Minister of Australia (1915 - end of war)

    * John Monash - Commander of the Australian Corps (all five Australian infantry divisions serving on the Western Front) (May 1918 - )

    Dominion of Canada

    * Robert Borden - Prime Minister of Canada (1914-1918)

    * Flag of the United Kingdom Julian Byng (June 1916 - June 1917) Canadian Corps commander

    * Arthur Currie - Commander of the unified Canadian Corps of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (June 1917 - )[3]

    Indian Empire

    * John Nixon commander of the British Indian Army (active in the Middle East)

    Union of South Africa

    * Louis Botha - Prime Minister of South Africa

    * Jan Smuts - Led forces in South-West Africa Campaign and East African Campaign, later member of the Imperial War Cabinet

    Serbia

    * Peter I - King of Serbia

    * Vojvoda Radomir Putnik - Chief of General Staff of the Serbian Army

    * Vojvoda Petar Bojović - Commander of 1st Serbian

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Megatron of the Central Powers and Optimus Prime of the Allies.

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  • 1 decade ago

    WW I

    Kaiser (Germany) Vrs. King of England and Czar of Russia.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The central banks. They funded both sides and have always funded both sides.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    kiesor wilhelm (not to be confused with kiesor soze) of germany. woodrow wilson of the united states. and ummmm.....a bunch of other guys with big bushy moustaches.

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