Rulers of Russia Since 1533…

Name Ruled1 Born
Ivan IV the Terrible 1533–1584 1530
Theodore I 1584–1598 1557
Boris Godunov 1598–1605 c.1551
Theodore II 1605–1605 1589
Demetrius I2 1605–1606 ?
Basil IV Shuiski 1606–16103 ?
“Time of Troubles” 1610–1613
Michael Romanov 1613–1645 1596
Alexis I 1645–1676 1629
Theodore III 1676–1682 1656
Ivan V4 1682–16895 1666
Peter I the Great4 1682–1725 1672
Catherine I 1725–1727 c.1684
Peter II 1727–1730 1715
Anna 1730–1740 1693
Ivan VI 1740–17416 1740
Elizabeth 1741–1762 1709
Peter III 1762–1762 1728
Catherine II the Great 1762–1796 1729
Paul I 1796–1801 1754
Alexander I 1801–1825 1777
Nicholas I 1825–1855 1796
Alexander II 1855–1881 1818
Alexander III 1881–1894 1845
Nicholas II 1894–19177 1868
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT (PREMIERS)
Prince Georgi Lvov 1917–1917 1861
Alexander Kerensky 1917–1917 1881
POLITICAL LEADERS OF USSR
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin 1917–1924 1870
Aleksei Rykov 1924–1930 1881
Vyacheslav Molotov 1930–1941 1890
Joseph Stalin8 1941–1953 1879
Georgi M. Malenkov 1953–1955 1902
Nikolai A. Bulganin 1955–1958 1895
Nikita S. Khrushchev 1958–1964 1894
Leonid I. Brezhnev 1964–1982 1906
Yuri V. Andropov 1982–1984 1914
Konstantin U. Chernenko 1984–1985 1912
Mikhail S. Gorbachev 1985–1991 1931
PRESIDENTS OF RUSSIA
Boris Yeltsin 1991–1999 1931
Vladimir Putin 2000– 1952
1. For czars through Nicholas II, year of end of rule is also that of death, unless otherwise indicated.
2. Also known as Pseudo-Demetrius.
3. Died 1612.
4. Ivan V and Peter I the Great ruled jointly until 1689, when Ivan was deposed.
5. Died 1696.
6. Died 1764.
7. Killed 1918.
8. General secretary of Communist Party, 1924–1953.
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