List of colonial governors of Italian Cyrenaica

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Map of traditional provinces of Libya, with Cyrenaica marked in gray.
Coat of arms of Italian Cyrenaica

This is a list of colonial governors of Italian Cyrenaica from 1912 to 1935. They administered the territory on behalf of the Kingdom of Italy.

List[edit]

Complete list of colonial governors of Italian Cyrenaica:[1]

Tenure[2] Portrait Incumbent Notes
Italian Cyrenaica Protectorate
15 October 1912 to October 1913 Ottavio Briccola.JPG Ottavio Briccola, Governor
October 1913 to 5 August 1918 Giovanni Ameglio.png Giovanni Battista Ameglio, Governor
5 August 1918 to 17 May 1919 Gobernador Vincenzo Garioni.jpg Vincenzo Garioni, Governor
Italian Cyrenaica Colony
17 May 1919 to 5 August 1919 Gobernador Vincenzo Garioni.jpg Vincenzo Garioni, Governor
5 August 1919 to 23 November 1921 Giacomo De Martino, Governor
23 November 1921 to October 1922 Luigi Pintor, Governor
October 1922 to December 1922 Eduardo Baccari, Governor
7 January 1923 to May 1924 Luigi Bongiovanni, Governor
4 May 1924 to 2 November 1926 255 2 Mombelli.jpg Ernesto Mombelli, Governor
8 November 1926 to 31 December 1928 Attilio teruzzi.jpg Attilio Teruzzi, Governor
January 1929 to March 1930 Domenico Siciliani.jpg Domenico Siciliani, Vice-Governor Deputy to Pietro Badoglio, unique Governor of Tripolitania and Cyrenaica
March 1930 to 31 December 1933 Rodolfo Graziani 1940 (Retouched).jpg Rodolfo Graziani, marchese di Neghelli, Vice-Governor Deputy to Pietro Badoglio, unique Governor of Tripolitania and Cyrenaica
1 January 1934 Unification of Italian Tripolitania and Italian Cyrenaica, establishing Italian Libya.
1 January 1934 to May 1934 Rodolfo Graziani 1940 (Retouched).jpg Rodolfo Graziani, marchese di Neghelli, Vice-Governor Honorary Vice-Governor
June 1934 to April 1935 GeneraleGuglielmo Nasi.jpg Guglielmo Nasi, Vice-Governor Honorary Vice-Governor

For continuation after unification, see: List of Governors-General of Italian Libya

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Worldstatesmen.org
  2. ^ Dates in italics indicate de facto continuation of office

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