Badoglio I Cabinet

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Badoglio I Cabinet
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61st cabinet of Italy
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Date formed25 July 1943
Date dissolved24 April 1944
People and organisations
Head of stateVictor Emmanuel III
Head of governmentPietro Badoglio
Total no. of ministers16
Member partyIndependents, PLI, DC
History
PredecessorMussolini Cabinet
SuccessorBadoglio II Cabinet

The Badoglio I Cabinet held office from 25 July 1943 until 24 April 1944, a total of 273 days, or 9 months and 3 days.[1]

Government parties[edit]

The government was composed by the following parties:

Party Ideology Leader
Italian Liberal Party Liberalism Benedetto Croce
Christian Democracy Christian democracy Alcide De Gasperi

Composition[edit]

Office Name Party Term
Prime Minister Pietro Badoglio Military (1943–1944)
Minister of the Interior Bruno Fornaciari Independent (1943–1943)
Umberto Ricci Independent (1943–1944)
Vito Reale Independent (1944–1944)
Minister of Foreign Affairs Raffaele Guariglia Independent (1943–1944)
Pietro Badoglio Military (1944–1944)
Minister of Grace and Justice Gaetano Azzariti Independent (1943–1944)
Ettore Casati Independent (1944–1944)
Minister of Finance Domenico Bartolini Independent (1943–1944)
Guido Jung Independent (1944–1944)
Minister of War Antonio Sorice Military (1943–1944)
Taddeo Orlando Military (1944–1944)
Minister of the Navy Raffaele de Courten Military (1943–1944)
Minister of Air Force Renato Sandalli Military (1943–1944)
Minister of Industry and Commerce Leopoldo Piccardi Independent (1943–1943)
Epicarmo Corbino Italian Liberal Party (1943–1944)
Minister of Public Works Domenico Romano Christian Democracy (1943–1944)
Raffaele De Caro Italian Liberal Party (1943–1944)
Minister of Agriculture and Forests Alessandro Brizzi Independent (1943–1944)
Falcone Lucifero Independent (1944–1944)
Minister of National Education Leonardo Severi Independent (1943–1944)
Giovanni Cuomo Italian Liberal Party (1943–1944)
Minister of Popular Culture Guido Rocco Independent (1943–1943)
Carlo Galli Independent (1943–1944)
Giovanni Cuomo Italian Liberal Party (1943–1944)
Minister of Communications Federico Amoroso Military (1943–1944)
Tommaso Siciliani Independent (1944–1944)
Minister of Italian Africa Melchiade Gabba Military (1943–1944)
Pietro Badoglio Military (1944–1944)
Minister for Exchanges and Currencies Giovanni Acanfora Independent (1943–1944)
Guido Jung Independent (1944–1944)
Minister of War Production Carlo Favagrossa Military (1943–1944)
Secretary of the Council of Ministers Pietro Baratono Independent (1943–1944)
Dino Philipson Italian Liberal Party (1944–1944)

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