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Leaders of Democratic Republic of Armenia (Armenian: Դեմոկրատական Հայաստանի Հանրապետության առաջնորդներ; Russian: Лидеры Демократической Республики Армения) - leaders of First Republic of Armenia founded in 1918 and occupied by Turkish forces from West and Russian forces from East in 1920, afterward the Republic announced its collapse and attachment to Soviet Russia.

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[ edit ]Chairman of National Assembly
Avetik Sahakyan - August 1, 1918 - August 5, 1919 Avetis Aharonyan - August 5, 1919 - November 25, 1920 Hovhannes Kajaznouni - November 25, 1920 - December 2, 1920 [ edit ]Government [ edit ]Prime-Minister
Hovhannes Kajaznouni - June 9, 1918 - May 28, 1919 Aleksander Khatisyan - May 28, 1919 - May 5, 1920 Hamo Ohanjanyan - May 5, 1920 - November 25, 1920 Simon Vratsyan - November 25, 1920 - December 2, 1920 [ edit ]Minister of Military Affairs
Hovhannes Hakhverdyan - June 30, 1918 - March 1919 Christophor Araratov - March 1919 - April 5, 1920 Ruben Ter-Minasyan - May 28, 1919 - October 1920 Drastamat Kanayan - November 25, 1920 - December 2, 1920 [ edit ]Minister of Interior
Aram Manukyan - June 30, 1918 - January 26, 1919 Aleksander Khatisyan (acting), January 26, 1919 - May 28, 1919 Sargis Manasyan - May 28, 1919 - August, 1919 Abraham Gyulkhandanyan - August 1919 - April 5, 1920 Christophor Araratov - April 5, 1920 - December 2, 1920 [ edit ]Minister of Justice
Samson Harutyunyan - November 4, 1918 - Spring 1919 Harutyun Chmshkyan - May 28, 1919 - ? Arsham Khondkaryan Abraham Gyulkhandanyan Artashes Chilingaryan (Ruben Darbinyan) 1920 [ edit ]Minister of Foreign Affairs
Aleksander Khatisyan - June 30, 1918 - November 4, 1918 Sirakan Tigranyan - November 4, 1918 - May 28, 1919 Aleksander Khatisyan - May 28, 1919 - ? Hamo Ohanjanyan - start of 1920 - November 25, 1920 [ edit ]Minister of Finance
Khachatur Karchikyan June 30, 1918 - November 4, 1918 Artashes Enfiajyan November 4, 1918 - May 28, 1919 Grigor Jaghetyan May 28, 1919 - August 5, 1919 Sargis Araratyan August 5, 1919 - May 5, 1920 Artashes Enfiajyan May 5, 1920 - November 24, 1920 Hambardzum Terteryan November 24, 1920 - December 2, 1920 [ edit ]Minister of Enlightenment (Public Education and Art)
Mikael Atabekyan - November 04, 1918 - December 04, 1918 Gevorg Melik-Karagyozyan - December 04, 1918 - June 24, 1919 Sirakan Tigranyan - June 24, 1919 - August 05, 1919 Nikol Aghbalyan - August 19, 1919 - May 05, 1920 Gevorg Ghazaryan - May 05, 1920 - November 23, 1920 Vahan Minakhoryan - November 23, 1920 - December 02, 1920 [ edit ]Minister of Welfare (Public Assistance)
Khachatur Karchikyan - November 4, 1918 - November 11, 1918 Aram Manukyan - November 15, 1918 - December 13, 1918 Aleksander Khatisyan - December 13, 1918 - February 7, 1919 Sahak Torosyan - February 7, 1919 - June 24, 1919 Hovhannes Ter-Mikaelyan - June 24, 1919 - August 15, 1919 Avetik Sahakyan - August 15, 1919 - October 31, 1919 Artashes Babalyan - October 31, 1919 - May 5, 1920 Sargis Araratyan - May 5, 1920 - November 24, 1920 Hambardzum Terteryan - November 24, 1920 - December 2, 1920 [ edit ]Minister of Communication
Arshak Jamalyan - April 3, 1920 - November 23, 1920 Arsham Khondkaryan - November 25, 1920 - December 2, 1920 [ edit ]Minister of Agriculture
Simon Vratsyan - (May 28, 1919 - November 25, 1920) [ edit ]Minister of National Economy
Avetik Sahakyan - after October 1919 [ edit ]Minister of Provisions
Levon Ghulyan - November 4, 1918 - spring 1919 Christophor Vermishev - Spring 1919 - ? Sahak Torosyan - June 24, 1919 - ? Sargis Araratyan - August 5, 1919 - Spring 1920 [ edit ]Ambassadors
Tigran Bekzadyan - representative in Baku and Tbilisi
Diana Abgar - ambassador to Japan
Liparit Nazaryants - ambassador to Berlin
Garegin Pastrmachyan - ambassador to Washington
Martiros Harutyunyan - representative in Baku
Vahan Papazyan - representative at Paris conference
Mikael Vardanyan - representative in Rome
Harutyun Saghatelyan - ambassador to Russia
Hakob Zavriev, representative to Moscow
Mikhael Papajanyan , representative in Moscow
[ edit ]Others

The section contains various people somehow related to Republic of Armenia, its road to independence or collapse.

Shahan Natalie - principal organizer of Nemesis Operation
Garegin Njdeh
Andranik Ozanyan
Minas Berberyan - state controller
Tigran Ghevondyants
Poghos Bejanbek
Sedrak Jalalyan
Manuk Hambadzumyan
Garegin Pastrmatchyan
Zatik Matikyan
Mikhael Vardanyan
Armenak Barseghyan
Hakob Nevruz
Arsho Shahatuni
Sargis Mehrabyan, commander
Grigor Avsharyan
Arshak Gafavyan - Qeri
Vahan Navasardyan - member of parliament
Aghanik Janpoladyan
Hovsep Argutyan
Vahan Khoreni - member of parliament
Mkrtich Musinyan
Malkhas - member of parliament
Arsen Ter-Poghosyan
Arshaluys Astvatsatryan, public figure and friend of Aram Manukyan
Hovhakim Melikyan
Archbishop Mesrop Movsisyan
Movses Silikyan , great Armenian general and one of Sardarapat battle heroes
Bishop Garegin Hovsepyants
Young Hovhannes Baghramyan, future marshal of Soviet Union, soldier during Sardarapat battle
Poghos Bek-Pirumov , Armenian general in Russian Army, one of Sardarapat battle heroes
Daniel Bek-Pirumov , Armenian general from Artsakh (Karabakh), one of Sardarapat battle heroes
Levan Tumanyan
Stepan Shahumyan
Lev Karakhan - secretary of Trotskiy, ambassador of Soviet Union to various countries
A. Hakhverdov - member of Russian First Duma from Elizavetpol province
Kh. Bagaturov - member of Russian First Duma from Elizavetpol province
Prince David Bebutov - Member of Russian Second Duma
I. Atabekov - Member of Russian Second Duma from Kars Province
I. Ter-Petrosyants - Member of Russian First Duma from Yerevan Province
S. Ter-Avetikyants - Member of Russian Second Duma from Yelizavetpol Province
Aleksander Korolkov
David Meliksetyan
[ edit ]References Թորոսյան Սահակ Դավիթի Первая Республика Армения в лицах [ edit ]See also Armenian National Council National Assembly of Democratic Republic of Armenia Democratic Republic of Armenia Retrieved from " http://wiki.hayqpress.com/index.php?title=Leaders_of_Democratic_Republic_of_Armenia " Categories : Armenia | Photo Gallery | Armenians | First Republic of Armenia Views Page Discussion Edit History Personal tools Log in / create account Navigation Main page Community portal Current events Recent changes Random page Help Search
 
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