Axis Powers Hetalia / Historical Figures

The Historical Domain Characters in Axis Powers Hetalia.

Saint Joan Of Arc

Voiced by: Michiko Neya (JP, Axis Powers), Hekiru Shiina (JP, The Beautiful World), Dana Schultes (EN)

Empress Maria Theresa of Austria

Voiced by: Michiko Neya (Japanese), Stephanie Young (English)

"That sounded kind of lewd, you know..."

King Frederick II of Prussia aka Old Fritz

Now, now... You know you're not supposed to rely on me, follow through with your own strength.

Wladyslaw II Jagiello, Grand Duke of Lithuania and King Consort of Poland

Voiced by: Masami Iwasaki

Queen/King Regnant Jadwiga of Poland

Voiced by: Megumi Takamoto

Queen/King Christina of Sweden

Zheng He


Emperor Nero (aka Nero-chan)

Agrippina, Nero's mother

Julius Caesar

  • Cool Old Guy: Likes a lot of different writings, such as those by Cleopatra's ancestors and Seneca.

Cleopatra VII Philopator

  • '20s Bob Haircut: As a way to show her status and chosen by Himaruya as a way to distancing himself from different sources and historians about her looks. An artistic choice, basically.


  • Knight Templar: Wants to help Chibitalia end the government and the Church's degradation, but ends up destroying many works of art, or, as he calls it, "embodiments of greed and desire".

Jakob and Wilhelm Grimm

Napoleon Bonaparte

  • All of the Other Reindeer: Napoleon's education in France was not easy, due to his Corsican roots (French people around him generally mocked his Corsican traits and accent, as well as him not speaking French at first). He returns to Corsica, in the hopes of helping the Corsican independentist cause, but its leader rejects him, considering him to be too French. While feeling alienated after returning to France, he strikes a friendship with France, who considers him to be talented after watching his 'mock battles' at the military academy he was at.
  • Never Accepted in His Hometown: Bonaparte and his family had to leave Corsica and go to France shortly after his meeting with Pasquale Paoli, due to his people's (wrong) assumption that he was a French spy seeking to undermine the Corsican independentist.