List of administrators of the Tangier International Zone

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This is a list of administrators of the Tangier International Zone during the period when it was governed in accordance with the Tangier Protocol.

Tenure Incumbent Notes
1912 International Protectorate of Britain, France and Spain (later Portugal, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, and the United States) attached to French Morocco.
1923 International Administration under the Tangier Protocol
1926 to 19 August 1929 Paul Alberge, Administrator (France)
19 August 1929 to 14 June 1940 Joseph Le Fur, Administrator (France)
14 June 1940 Moroccan occupation under Spanish command
14 June 1940 to 1 August 1940 Joseph Le Fur, Administrator (France)
1 August 1940 to 4 November 1940 Emanuel Amieva, Administrator (Spain)
4 November 1940 Incorporated into Spanish Morocco
4 November 1940 to 1941 Antonio Yuste, Military Governor (Spain)
1941 to 18 November 1942 Uriarte, Military Governor (Spain)
18 November 1942 to 11 October 1945 Pothous, Military Governor (Spain)
11 October 1945 Joint Administration of Great Britain, France and Spain, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, United States and Soviet Union
11 October 1945 to 18 June 1948 Luís António de Magalhães Correia, Administrator (Portugal)
August 1948 to 9 April 1951 Jonkheer H.F.L.K. van Vredenburch, Administrator (Netherlands)
9 April 1951 to 21 June 1954 José Luís Archer, Administrator (Portugal)
21 June 1954 to December 1954 Étienne de Croÿ, prince de Croÿ-Roeulx, Administrator (Belgium)
4 January 1955 to 5 July 1956 Robert van de Kerckhove d'Hallebast, Administrator (Belgium)
1923 to 16 March 1941 Muhammad at-Tazi Bu Ashran, Representative of the Sultan and President of the Legislative Assembly 1st Term
16 March 1941 to October 1945 vacant
October 1945 to 1954 Muhammad at-Tazi Bu Ashran, Representative of the Sultan and President of the Legislative Assembly 2nd Term
1954 to 8 July 1956 Ahmad at-Tazi, Representative of the Sultan and President of the Legislative Assembly
8 July 1956 Re-incorporated into Morocco

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