List of people associated with the Democratic Republic of Georgia

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This is an incomplete alphabetical list of the Georgian people active in the short-lived Democratic Republic of Georgia (DRG), 1918-1921.

A[edit]

B[edit]

C[edit]

  • Alexandre Chkheidze, colonel, later Major General in the Polish service
  • Nikolay Chkheidze,[4] former President of the Transcaucasian Sejm, President of the Georgian delegation for the Peace conference in Paris, President of the Constitutional Assembly of Georgia
  • Akaki Chkhenkeli,[5] former President of Transcaucasian government, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia
  • Benia Chkhikvishvili,[6] Social Democrat, former President of Republic of Gouria, Mayor of Tbilisi, shot by the Bolsheviks in 1924

D[edit]

  • Ioseb Dadiani, MP from the National Democratic Party
  • Seit Devdariani, MP from the Social Democratic Party
  • Valiko Djugheli,[7] Social Democrat, Head of National Guard, shot by the Bolsheviks in 1924

E[edit]

  • Guiorgui Eradze, Social Democrat, Minister of Labour

G[edit]

  • Revaz Gabashvili, author, MP from the National Democratic Party
  • Konstantine Gamsakhurdia, writer, diplomatist
  • Nestor Gardapkhadze, general
  • Ioseb Gedevanishvili, general, Social Federalist Party
  • Evgeni Gegetjkori,[8] former President of the Transcaucasian government, Minister of Foreigne Affairs of Georgia
  • Grigol Giorgadze, Social Democrat, Minister of the War
  • Ivane Gomarteli, Social Democrat politician
  • Vladimer Goguadze,[9] Social Democrat, National Guard
  • Elizbar Gulisashvili, colonel
  • Giorgi Gvazava, MP from the National Democratic Party

H[edit]

  • Noe Homeriki,[10] Social Democrat, Minister of Agriculture, shot by the Bolsheviks in 1924

J[edit]

  • Iason Javakhishvili, MP from the National Democratic Party
  • Ivane Javakhishvili, historian, MP
  • Artem Jijikhia, general
  • Giorgi Juruli, National Democrat, Minister of Finance, Trade and Industry

K[edit]

L[edit]

  • Giorgi Laskhishvili, Social Federalist, Minister of Education
  • Alexandre Lomtatitdze, MP from the Social Democratic Party
  • Ivane Lordkipanidze, National Democrat, minister of Railways

M[edit]

N[edit]

  • Levan Natadze, MP from the Social Democratic Party
  • Niko Nikoladze, journalist, Honorary Chairman of the National Democratic Party
  • Pirtskhalava Samson,[12] MP from the Social Federalist Party, vice-president of Constitutional Assembly

R[edit]

S[edit]

  • Datiko Sharashidze,[13] MP for the Social Democratic Party
  • Kristine Sharashidze, MP from the Social Democratic Party
  • Petre Surguladze, politician from the National Democratic Party

T[edit]

  • Ekvtime Takaishvili,[14] historian, MP from the National Democratic Party, vice-president of Constitutional Assembly
  • Victor Tevzaia, Social Democrat, ambassador to Ukraine
  • Alexandre Tsereteli, MP from the Social Federalist Party
  • Erekle Tsereteli, colonel
  • Irakli Tsereteli,[15] Social Democrat, plenipotentiary Minister, vice-president of Georgian delegation to Peace conference in Paris
  • Mikheil Tsereteli, politician, former anarchist
  • Svimon Tsereteli, colonel
  • Vasil Tsereteli, MP from the National Democratic Party
  • Grigol Tsintsadze, captain, 1924 uprising
  • Noe Tsintsadze, Social Democrat, Minister of Youth
  • Varden Tsulukidze, general

U[edit]

  • Grigol Uratadze,[16] Social Democrat, Foreign Affairs Secretary

V[edit]

  • David Vachnadze, colonel, MP from the National Democratic Party

Z[edit]

  • Solomon Zaldastanishvili, colonel
  • Noe Zhordania, speaker of National Council of Georgia, chairman of the second and third governments
  • Ivane Zourabichvili, National Democrat.

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