List of State Leaders in 1864 - Asia


  • Afghanistan - Shir Ali Khan, Emir of Afghanistan (1863–1866)
  • Champasak - Kham Suk, King of Champasak (1863–1900)
  • China
    • Qing Dynasty - Tongzhi, Emperor of China (1861–1875)
    • Heavenly Kingdom of Taiping -
      1. Hong Xiuquan, King of Heaven (1851-May 1864)
      2. Hong Tianguifu, King of Heaven (May 1854-August 1864)
      3. destroyed by Qing government forces
  • Dir - Ghazzan Khan, Khan of Dir (1863–1874)
  • Japan
    • Monarch - Kōmei, Emperor of Japan (1846–1867)
    • Shogun (Tokugawa) - Tokugawa Iemochi, Shogun of Japan (1858–1866)
    • Ryūkyū Kingdom - Shō Tai, King of Ryūkyū (1848-11 March 1879)
  • Korea (Joseon Dynasty) -
    1. Cheoljong, King of Joseon (1849–1864)
    2. Gojong, King of Joseon (1864–1907, Emperor after 1897)
  • Oman - Thuwaini bin Said, Sultan of Oman (1856–1866)
  • Vietnam (Nguyễn Dynasty) - Tự Đức, Emperor of Vietnam (1847–1883)

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