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1 # Joseph Stalin, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Soviet Union (1941–1953) 23600
2 # Dwight D. Eisenhower, President of the United States (1953–1961) 13337
3 # Harry S. Truman, President of the United States (1945–1953) 10396
4 # Nikita Khrushchev, First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1953–1964) 5317
5 # Josip Broz Tito, President of Yugoslavia (1953–1980) 4632
6 # Ibn Saud, King of Saudi Arabia (1932–1953) 3946
7 # Ramon Magsaysay, President of the Philippines (1953–1957) 1584
8 # Elpidio Quirino, President of the Philippines (1948–1953) 1236
9 # Mohammad Mosaddegh, Prime Minister of Iran (1952–1953) 1175
10 # Norodom Sihanouk, Prime Minister of Cambodia (1952–1953) 1103
11 Swiss Federal Council: <!-- ordered by seniority --> 771
12 # Saud, King of Saudi Arabia (1953–1964) 649
13 #Mohammed Daoud Khan, Prime Minister of Afghanistan (1953–1963) 538
14 # Georgy Malenkov, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Soviet Union (1953–1955) 538
15 # Imre Nagy, President of the Council of Ministers of Hungary (1953–1955) 521
16 # Kliment Voroshilov, Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union (1953–1960) 431
17 # Urho Kekkonen, Prime Minister of Finland (1950–1953) 386
18 # Alcide De Gasperi, President of the Council of Ministers of Italy (1945–1953) 329
19 the Kingdom of Egypt was superseded by the Republic of Egypt on 18 June 1953 220
20 # Sir Khawaja Nazimuddin, Prime Minister of Pakistan (1951–1953) 196
21 # Klement Gottwald, President of Czechoslovakia (1948–1953) 186
22 French protectorate of Cambodia gained independence on 9 November 1953, previously part of French Indochina 171
23 # Tribhuvan, Prime Minister of Nepal (1952–1953) 161
24 # Muhammad Ali Bogra, Prime Minister of Pakistan (1953–1955) 143
25 # Gustavo Rojas Pinilla, President of Colombia (1953–1957) 133
26 # Fazlollah Zahedi, Prime Minister of Iran (1953–1955) 121
27 # Adib Shishakli, Prime Minister of Syria (1953–1954) 117
28 # Ivan Ribar, President of the Presidency of the People's Assembly of Yugoslavia (1945–1953) 86
29 Regent - Prince Muhammad Abdel Moneim, Chairman of the Council of Regency of Egypt (1952–1953) 77
30 #Sir William McKell, Governor-General of Australia (1947–1953) 72
31 # Antoine Pinay, President of the Council of Ministers of France (1952–1953) 68
32 # Dudley Senanayake, Prime Minister of Ceylon (1952–1953) 66
33 #Joseph Bech, President of the Government of Luxembourg (1953–1958) 64
34 #Leopold Figl, Federal Chancellor of Austria (1945–1953) 61
35 : Philipp Etter (1934–1959, President), Karl Kobelt (1940–1954), Max Petitpierre (1944–1961), Rodolphe Rubattel (1947–1954), Josef Escher (1950–1954), Max Weber (1951–1953), Markus Feldmann (1951–1958), Hans Streuli (1953–1959) 55
36 # Giuseppe Pella, President of the Council of Ministers of Italy (1953–1954) 54
37 # Nikolay Shvernik, Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union (1946–1953) 54
38 # Saeb Salam, Prime Minister of Lebanon (1953) 47
39 # Sir John Kotelawala, Prime Minister of Ceylon (1953–1956) 46
40 #Ali Sastroamidjojo, Prime Minister of Indonesia (1953–1955) 46
41 # Abdallah El-Yafi, Prime Minister of Lebanon (1953–1954) 45
42 #Julius Raab, Federal Chancellor of Austria (1953–1961) 45
43 # Haxhi Lleshi, Chairman of the Presidium of the People's Assembly of Albania (1953–1982) 45
44 #Shah Mahmud Khan, Prime Minister of Afghanistan (1946–1953) 44
45 # Hans Hedtoft, Prime Minister of Denmark (1953–1955) 43
46 # Tawfik Abu al-Huda, Prime Minister of Jordan (1951–1953) 42
47 # Joseph Laniel, President of the Council of Ministers of France (1953–1954) 35
48 #Otilio Ulate Blanco, President of Costa Rica (1949–1953) 32
49 # Penn Nouth, Prime Minister of Cambodia (1953) 29
50 # Omer Nishani, Chairman of the Presidium of the People's Assembly of Albania (1944–1953) 28
51 # Fawzi Selu, Prime Minister of Syria (1951–1953) 28
52 # Matrika Prasad Koirala, Prime Minister of Nepal (1953–1955) 26
53 # Fawzi al-Mulki, Prime Minister of Jordan (1953–1954) 24
54 # Sakari Tuomioja, Prime Minister of Finland (1953–1954) 21
55 #Pierre Dupong, President of the Government of Luxembourg (1937–1953) 21
56 # Gonchigiin Bumtsend, Chairman of the Presidium of the State Little Hural of Mongolia (1940–1953) 20
57 # Jamil al-Midfai, Prime Minister of Iraq (1953) 18
58 # Erik Eriksen, Prime Minister of Denmark (1950–1953) 18
59 # Muhammad Fadhel al-Jamali, Prime Minister of Iraq (1953–1954) 10
60 #Wilopo, Prime Minister of Indonesia (1952–1953) 10
61 # Chan Nak, Prime Minister of Cambodia (1953–1954) 9
62 # Mátyás Rákosi, President of the Council of Ministers of Hungary (1952–1953) 6
63 # Khaled Chehab, Prime Minister of Lebanon (1952–1953) 5
64 # Nureddin Mahmud, Prime Minister of Iraq (1952–1953) 5
65 # Ivan Ilichev (1953–1955) < 5
66 #Sir William Slim, Governor-General of Australia (1953–1960) < 5
67 # Pierre Voizard, Minister of State of Monaco (1950–1953) < 5
68 # Vincenzo Pedini and Alberto Reffi, Captains Regent of San Marino (1953) < 5
69 # Steingrímur Steinþórsson, Prime Minister of Iceland (1950–1953) < 5
70 # Sükhbaataryn Yanjmaa, Acting Chairman of the Presidium of the State Great Hural of Mongolia (1953–1954) < 5
71 # Viliam Å iroký, Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia (1953–1963) < 5
72 # René Mayer, President of the Council of Ministers of France (1953) < 5
73 # Arnaldo Para and Eugenio Bernardini, Captains Regent of San Marino (1952–1953) < 5
74 #José Figueres Ferrer, President of Costa Rica (1953–1958) < 5
75 # Vladimir Sviridov (1949–1953) < 5
76 # Henry Soum, Minister of State of Monaco (1953–1959) < 5
77 # Antonín Novotný, First Secretary of the Communisty Party of Czechoslovakia (1953–1968) < 5
78 # Roberto Urdaneta Arbeláez, President of Colombia (1951–1953) < 5
79 # Antonín Zápotocký, Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia (1948–1953) < 5
80 # Ólafur Thors, Prime Minister of Iceland (1953–1956) < 5
81 # Giordano Giacomini and Giuseppe Renzi, Captains Regent of San Marino (1953–1954) < 5
82 # Robert Regnier, French Commissioner in Laos (1949–1953) < 5
83 # Miguel de Pereyra, French Commissioner in Laos (1953) < 5







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