Ministry of Popular Culture
The Ministry of Popular Culture (Italian: Ministero della Cultura Popolare, commonly abbreviated to MinCulPop) was a ministry of the Italian government from 1937 to 1944. It was established in 1933 as the Secretariat for Press and Propaganda, which was intended to be the Italian analogue of the German Reich Ministry of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda. It became a ministry in 1935 and was given its definitive designation in 1937. During its existence, it controlled most of the literary and radio channels in Italy.
List of Ministers
|Portrait||Term of office||Political Party|
|27 May 1937||31 October 1939||National Fascist Party|
|31 October 1939||6 February 1943||National Fascist Party|
|6 February 1943||25 July 1943||National Fascist Party|
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