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List of people associated with World War I

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Subject: Aftermath of World War I, Outline of World War I, Articles for deletion/Lists of veterans, World War I Vol. II, Lists of people by association
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List of people associated with World War I

Contents

  • Commonwealth of Australia 1
    • Political leaders 1.1
    • Military leaders 1.2
    • Others 1.3
  • Austria-Hungary 2
    • Royalty 2.1
    • Military leaders 2.2
    • Politicians 2.3
  • Belgium 3
  • Bulgaria 4
    • Royalty 4.1
    • Politicians 4.2
    • Military leaders 4.3
  • Canada (includes Newfoundland) 5
    • Royalty 5.1
    • Political leaders 5.2
    • Military 5.3
  • Democratic Republic of Armenia 6
    • Military leaders 6.1
    • Politicians 6.2
    • Others 6.3
  • France 7
    • Military leaders 7.1
    • Politicians 7.2
  • Finland 8
  • Germany 9
    • Monarch 9.1
    • Military leaders 9.2
    • Political leaders 9.3
    • Others 9.4
  • Greece 10
  • Italy 11
    • Royalty 11.1
    • Military leaders 11.2
    • Political leaders 11.3
    • Others 11.4
  • Japan 12
  • Mexico 13
  • Netherlands 14
  • New Zealand 15
  • Ottoman Empire 16
    • Monarchs 16.1
    • Political leaders 16.2
    • Military leaders 16.3
    • Military 16.4
  • Portugal 17
    • Political leaders 17.1
    • Military leaders 17.2
  • Romania 18
    • Royalty 18.1
    • Politicians 18.2
    • Military 18.3
  • Russia 19
    • Royalty 19.1
    • Military leaders 19.2
    • Political leaders and others 19.3
  • Serbia 20
  • South Africa 21
  • United Kingdom 22
    • Royalty 22.1
    • Military leaders 22.2
    • Political leaders 22.3
    • Others 22.4
  • United States of America 23
  • See also 24
  • External links 25

Commonwealth of Australia

(Entered the War on: 4 August 1914)

Political leaders

Military leaders

Others

  • C.E.W. Bean (1879–1968) Official Australian war correspondent

Austria-Hungary

(Entered the War on: 28 July 1914)

Royalty

Military leaders

Politicians

Belgium

(Entered the War on: 4 August 1914)

Bulgaria

(Entered the War on: 12 October 1915)

Royalty

Politicians

Military leaders

Canada (includes Newfoundland)

(Entered the War on: 4 August 1914)

Royalty

Political leaders

  • Sir Robert Borden (1854–1937) Prime Minister (1911–1920)
  • Henri Bourassa (1868–1952) led French Canadian opposition to conscription
  • Sir Sam Hughes (1853–1921) Minister of Militia and Defense

Military

Democratic Republic of Armenia

Military leaders

Politicians

Others

France

(Entered the War on: 3 August 1914)

Military leaders

Politicians

Finland

Germany

(Entered the War on: 1 August 1914)

Monarch

Military leaders

Political leaders

Others

Greece

(Entered the War on: July 2nd 1917)

Italy

(Entered the War on: 23 May 1915)

Royalty

Military leaders

Political leaders

Others

Japan

(Entered the War on: 23 August 1914)

Mexico

(Neutral Country)

Netherlands

(Neutral Country)

New Zealand

(Entered the War on: 4 August 1914)

Ottoman Empire

(Entered the War on: 31 October 1914)

Monarchs

Political leaders

Military leaders

Military

Portugal

Political leaders

Military leaders

Romania

(Entered the War on: 27 August 1916)

Royalty

Politicians

Military

Russia

(Entered the War on: 1 August 1914)

Royalty

Military leaders

Political leaders and others

Serbia

(Entered the War on: 28 July 1914)

South Africa

(Entered the War on: 4 August 1914)

United Kingdom

(Entered the War on: 4 August 1914)

Royalty

Military leaders

Political leaders

Others

United States of America

(Entered the War on: 6 April 1917)

See also

External links

  • What did YOU do in the Great War, Daddy?
  • The French Yellow Book: Diplomatic Documents of 1914.
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