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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Brazil - Getúlio Vargas, President of Brazil (1930–1945) 55766
2 Turkey 37494
3 Egypt - Fuad I, King of Egypt (1922–1936) 35394
4 Argentina - Agustín Pedro Justo, President of Argentina (1932–1938) 34630
5 Afghanistan 33029
6 Peru - Oscar R. Benavides, President of Peru (1933–1939) 31267
7 Chile - Arturo Alessandri Palma, President of Chile (1932–1938) 24481
8 Cuba 21957
9 Venezuela 18408
10 Dominican Republic - Rafael Trujillo, President of the Dominican Republic (1930–1938) 18330
11 Costa Rica - Ricardo Jiménez Oreamuno, President of Costa Rica (1932–1936) 16862
12 Ecuador - 16770
13 Ethiopia - Haile Selassie, Emperor of Ethiopia (1930–1936) 16702
14 Bolivia - José Luis Tejada Sorzano, President of Bolivia (1934-1936) 16347
15 Estonia - 15230
16 Haiti - Sténio Vincent, President of Haiti (1930–1941) 15155
17 Albania 14848
18 Luxembourg 14563
19 Latvia 13073
20 Republic of China 12746
21 Uruguay - Gabriel Terra, President of Uruguay (1931–1938) 12613
22 Vatican City 10981
23 Brunei - Ahmad Tajuddin, Sultan of Brunei (1924–1950) 9753
24 Liechtenstein - 9100
25 Oman - Said Bin Taimur, Sultan of Oman (1932–1970) 8512
26 Paraguay - Eusebio Ayala, President of Paraguay (1932–1936) 8386
27 Andorra 7839
28 Liberia - Edwin Barclay, President of Liberia (1930–1944) 7763
29 Tonga 6306
30 Zanzibar - Sayyid Khalifa bin Harub Al-Busaid, Sultan of Zanzibar (1911–1960) 5032
31 # Chiang Kai-shek, President of the Executive Yuan (1935–1938) 4699
32 Irish Free State - 1855
33 Manchukuo - Aisin-Gioro Puyi, Emperor of Manchukuo (1934–1945) 1828
34 Prime Minister - Keisuke Okada, Prime Minister of Japan (1934–1936) 1572
35 # William Lyon Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada (1935–1948) 1569
36 Pope - Pius XI, Bishop of Rome (1929–1939) 1191
37 # Ramsay MacDonald, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1929–1935) 1009
38 # Stanley Baldwin, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1935–1937) 908
39 # Lord Tweedsmuir of Elsfield, Governor General of Canada (1935–1940) 705
40 # Pierre Laval, President of the Council (1935–1936) 534
41 Co-Princes - 411
42 # Wang Jingwei, President of the Executive Yuan (1932–1935) 340
43 Prime Minister 238
44 #Georgios Kondylis, Prime Minister of Greece (1935) 66
45 # Carlos Mendieta, provisional President of Cuba (1934–1935) 55
46 # Earl of Bessborough, Governor General of Canada (1931–1935) 48
47 #Pandeli Evangjeli (1930–1935) 42
48 #Panagis Tsaldaris, Prime Minister of Greece (1933–1935) 39
49 #Paul van Zeeland, Prime Minister of Belgium (1935–1937) 36
50 # Fernand Bouisson, President of the Council (1935) 31
51 #Georges Theunis, Prime Minister of Belgium (1921–1925, 1934–1935) 30
52 # Antonio Pons, Acting President of Ecuador (1935) 28
53 # Benigno Andrade Flores, Chairman of the Military Junta (1935) 25
54 #Konstantinos Demertzis, Prime Minister of Greece (1935–1936) 11
55 # Federico Páez Chiriboga, Acting Head of State (1935–1937) < 5
56 # Marian Zyndram-Kościałkowski, President of the Council of Ministers (1935–1936) < 5
57 # José Agripino Barnet, provisional President of Cuba (1935–1936) < 5
58 Regent - Miklós Horthy (1920–1944) < 5
59 # Pierre Étienne Flandin, President of the Council (1934–1935) < 5
60 # Walery Sławek, President of the Council of Ministers (1935) < 5
61 # José Maria Velasco Ibarra, President of Ecuador (1934–1935) < 5
62 # Leon Kozłowski, President of the Council of Ministers (1934–1935) < 5
63 # Juan Vicente Gómez, President of Venezuela (1931–1935) < 5
64 #Mehdi Frashëri (1935–1936) < 5
65 # Eleazar López Contreras, President of Venezuela (1935–1941) < 5
66 # R.B. Bennett, Prime Minister of Canada (1930–1935) < 5







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