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 article lists the 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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