100 Most Influential Rulers of all Times in my Opinion

Guess these rulers (kings, queens, presidents, prime ministers), which I consider to be the most influential for world history.
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Ruled
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1
France (1799 - 1815)
Napoleon Bonaparte
2
Mongols (1206 - 1227)
Genghis Khan
3
Macedonia (336–323 BC)
Alexander the Great
4
Persia (559–530 BC)
Cyrus the Great
5
Roman Republic (49 - 44 BC)
Gaius Julius Caesar
6
China (247 – 221 BC)
Qin Shi Huang
7
Roman Empire (306 - 324)
Constantine the Great
8
Maurya Empire (247 – 221 BC)
Ashoka Maurya
9
Franks (768 – 814)
Charlemagne
10
USA (1789 - 1797)
George Washington
11
Rashidun Caliphat (632 – 634)
Abu Bakr
12
France (1643 – 1715)
Louis XIV
13
Germany (1933 - 1945)
Adolf Hitler
14
Soviet Union (1917 – 1924)
Vladimir Lenin
15
Russia (1682 – 1725)
Peter the Great
16
Roman Empire (27 BC – 14 AD)
Augustus
17
Venezuela, Gran Colombia, Peru, Bolivia (1813 - 1830)
Simon Bolivar
18
France (1794)
Maximilien Robespierre
19
Castile and Leon (1474 – 1504)
Isabella of Castile
20
Castile, Aragon (1475 - 1516)
Ferdinand of Aragon
21
Huns (434–453)
Attila
22
Mongols, China (1260 - 1294)
Kublai Khan
23
China (1949 - 1976)
Mao Zedong
24
Russia (1762 – 1796)
Catherine the Great
25
Spain, Burgundy, Holy Roman Empire (1506 – 1556)
Charles V
26
Netherlands (1559–1584)
William of Orange
27
Prussia, Germany (1862 - 1890) (as Chancellor)
Otto von Bismarck
28
USA (1861 – 1865)
Abraham Lincoln
29
Normandy, England (1035 – 1087)
William the Conqueror
30
Japan (1867 – 1912)
Emperor Meiji
31
Franks (481 – 511)
Clovis I
32
Ottoman Empire (1520 – 1566)
Suleiman the Magnificent
33
Byzantium (527 – 565)
Justinian the Great
34
Mughal Empire (1556 – 1605)
Akbar
35
Germany (936 – 973)
Otto I
36
Sweden (1611 – 1632)
Gustavus Adolphus
37
England (1558 – 1603)
Elizabeth I
38
United Kingdom (1940 – 1955)
Winston Churchill
39
Soviet Union (1924 – 1953)
Joseph Stalin
40
France (1959 – 1969)
Charles de Gaulle
41
Hungary (987 - 1038)
Stephen I
42
Kievan Rus (980 – 1015)
Vladimir the Great
43
Rashidun Caliphat (656–661)
Ali
44
Ottoman Empire ( 1299 ‒ 1323)
Osman I
45
Seljuk Empire (1063 – 1072)
Alp Arslan
46
Akkad (2334–2284 BC )
Sargon of Akkad
47
Egypt (1279–1213 BC )
Ramesses II
48
Brazil (1822 – 1831)
Pedro I
49
Denmark, Norway (958 – 986)
Harald Bluetooth
50
British Empire (1837 – 1901)
Victoria
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Ruled
Answer
51
Rashidun Caliphat (644 – 656)
Uthman
52
Turkey (1923 – 1938)
Kemal Atatürk
53
Sardinia, Italy (1849 - 1878)
Victor Emmanuel
54
Israel (970–931 BCE)
Solomon
55
Israel (1010-970 BCE)
David
56
Egypt, Syria (1174 – 1193)
Saladin
57
Sweden (1697 – 1718)
Charles XII
58
England, Denmark, Norway (1016–1035)
Cnut the Great
59
USA (1933 – 1945)
Franklin D Roosevelt
60
Mali (1312–1337 )
Mansa Musa
61
Pontus (120–63 BC)
Mithridates VI
62
Babylon (605 – 562 BC)
Nebuchadnezzar II
63
Mauryan Empire ( 321 – 297 BCE)
Chandragupta Maurya
64
Timurid Empire (1370 – 1405)
Timur the Lame
65
Japan (1603–1605)
Tokugawa Ieyasu
66
Holy Roman Empire (1155 – 1190)
Frederick Barbarossa
67
Prussia (1740 – 1786)
Frederick II
68
Italy (1922 – 1945)
Benito Mussolini
69
Ottoman Empire (1444 - 1481)
Mehmed II
70
Roman Empire (54 - 68)
Nero
71
China (1661 - 1722)
Kangxi
72
USA (1913 - 1921)
Woodrow Wilson
73
Germany (1888 - 1918)
Wilhelm II
74
Austria-Hungary (1848 - 1916)
Franz Joseph
75
Persian Empire (531 -579)
Khosrow I
76
Persian Empire (521 - 478 BC)
Darius I
77
Macedonia (359 - 336 BC)
Philipp II
78
South Africa (1994 - 1999)
Nelson Mandela
79
Spain, Portugal (1556 – 1598)
Philip II
80
Holy Roman Empire (1053 - 1105)
Henry IV
81
Papacy (590 - 604)
Gregor the Great
82
Germany (1949 - 1963)
Konrad Adenauer
83
Belgium, Congo Free State (1865 - 1909)
Leopold II
84
USA (1797 - 1801)
Thomas Jefferson
85
United Kingdom (1721 - 1742) (as Prime Minister)
Robert Walpole
86
England (1509 -1547)
Henry VIII
87
India (1947 – 1964)
Jawaharlal Nehru
88
Parthia (247 – 217 BC)
Arsakes I
89
Italy (476–493)
Odoacer
90
Goths (475 – 526)
Theoderich
91
Bulgaria (852–889)
Boris
92
France (1774 – 1792)
Louis XVI
93
Austria (1740 - 1780)
Maria Theresa
94
Soviet Union (1985 - 1991)
Mikhail Gorbachev
95
Wessex (871 - 899)
Alfred the Great
96
Moscow, Russia (1533 – 1584)
Ivan the Terrible
97
USA (1901 – 1909)
Theodore Roosevelt
98
North Vietnam (1945 – 1969)
Ho Chi Minh
99
Iraq (1979 - 2003)
Saddam Hussein
100
Papal States (1088 - 1099)
Urban II
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Level 74
Aug 7, 2019
Nice quiz. Not enough time. I thought that Mikhail Gorbachev should have made the list.
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Level 59
Aug 7, 2019
Your probably right. I included him for Pope Alexander VI.