List of people associated with World War I: Wikis

  
  

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Australia

(Entered the War on: August 4, 1914)

Austria-Hungary

(Entered the War on: July 28, 1914)

Royalty

  • Archduke Franz Ferdinand, (1863-1914), heir to the throne whose murder brought on the war.
  • Emperor Franz Josef, (1830-1916)
  • Emperor Karl, (1887-1922)
  • Empress Zita, (1892-1989)

Military leaders

Politicians

Belgium

(Entered the War on: August 4, 1914)

Bulgaria

(Entered the War on: October 12, 1915)

Royalty

Politicians

Military leaders

Canada (includes Newfoundland)

(Entered the War on: August 4, 1914)

Democratic Republic of Armenia

Military leaders

Politicians

Others

France

(Entered the War on: August 3, 1914)

Military leaders

Politicians

Finland

Germany

(Entered the War on: August 1, 1914)

Monarch

Military leaders

Political leaders

Others

Greece

(Entered the War on: June 29, 1917)

Italy

(Entered the War on: May 23, 1915)

Royalty

Military leaders

Political leaders

Others

Japan

(Entered the War on: August 23, 1914)

Mexico

(Neutral Country)

Netherlands

(Neutral Country)

New Zealand

(Entered the War on: August 4, 1914)

Ottoman Empire

(Entered the War on: October 31, 1914)

Monarchs

Political leaders

Military leaders

Military

Romania

(Entered the War on: August 27, 1916)

Russia

(Entered the War on: August 1, 1914)

Monarchs

Military leaders

Political leaders and others

Serbia

(Entered the War on: July 28, 1914)

South Africa

(Entered the War on: August 4, 1914)

United Kingdom

(Entered the War on: August 4, 1914)

Royalty

Military leaders

See Also; List of British military and naval figures by wealth at death

Political leaders

Others

United States of America

(Entered the War on: April 6, 1917)

==See also==

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