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The question of the administration of Italian colonies in Africa under trusteeship

Giuseppe Vedovato

The question of the administration of Italian colonies in Africa under trusteeship

by Giuseppe Vedovato

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Published in Firenze .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Italy
    • Subjects:
    • Italy -- Colonies -- Africa -- Administration

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] G. Vedovato, M. M. Moreno [and] G. Mangano. Foreword by G. Cora.
      SeriesFlorence. University. Center of Colonial Studies. Publications, 35
      ContributionsMoreno, Martino Mario, 1892-, Mangano, Guido, 1884-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJV2218 .V43
      The Physical Object
      Pagination107 p.
      Number of Pages107
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6052251M
      LC Control Number49014600

        The present Italian foreign policy in Africa is similarly conditioned by its colonial history: besides its focus on the Horn of Africa, which was the centre of Italy's colonial expansion as well as the only post-Second WorldWar administration (Italian Trust Administration of Somalia – AFIS), the relations between Italy and Africa reflect the Cited by: A. Terms of the Trusteeship Agreements 1. The question of constituting administrative unions "between the former Italian colonies of Somaliland and Libya 65 2. The designation of the United Nations itself as an sovereignty and administration under the Trusteeship System was an attempt to .

      The United Nations and Libya. Libya Table of Contents. Disposition of Italian colonial holdings was a question that had to be considered before the peace treaty officially ending the war with Italy could be completed. Technically, Libya remained an Italian possession administered by Britain and France, but at the Potsdam Conference in the. The Italian Government felt that it was essential that Italy participate in the direct administration of at least an important part of her former Italian colonies if Italy and the Italian people were to be able to make the maximum contribution in the general development of Africa.

      Italian Somaliland, Former Italian colony, eastern Africa. It extended south from Cape Asir to the boundary of Kenya, occupying an area of , sq mi (, sq km). Italy obtained control of it in and it was incorporated as a state in Italian East Africa in Britain invaded in THE PROBABLE EFFECTS OF POSTPONEMENT OF THE ITALIAN COLONIES QUESTION. SUMMARY. This study assumes United Nations General Assembly postponement for one yearecision on the disposition of Libya, northern Eritrea, and possibly Somalliand. Postponement of Itself will probably reflect Assembly Inability In agree on either UK trusteeship for Cyrenaica.


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placed under Italian trusteeship. The United Kingdom is in favour of placing the whole territory under Ethiopian Administration for a period of ten years, with the aid of an Advisory Council of non-colonial Powers, including a representative of Italy and of a Muslim State, to be appointed by and answerable to the United Nations.

See Resolution of the Centre of Colonial Studies, Florence University, in G. Vedo-vato & others, The Question of Administration of Italian Colonies in Africa under Trusteeship (Florence, ), pp. Google ScholarAuthor: Ramendra Nath Chowdhuri.

Aushadha Sevana Kaala or the time of administration of medicine is a very unique concept pertaining to our science of Ayurveda. Even then our understanding about it. In fact in the first half of the Roosevelt/Truman Administration, unduly influenced by the Soviet agent Alger Hiss, seemed to be prepared to acquiesce in a Soviet trusteeship of an Italian colony, which would have posed a direct threat to Britain’s interests in the Mediterranean and the Middle East and her standing as a global by: 1.

Rome favored a solution where Eritrea remained an Italian colony; and barring that, advocated that Italy continue to administer Eritrea under UN trusteeship. Ultimately resigned to the fact that neither of these proposals would garner sufficient support, Italy called for Eritrean : Fasil Amdetsion.

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Finkelstein Intttrnittg IltbrarUB Qfy dift of A. Wilgus SOMALILAND UNDER ITALIAN ADMINISTRATION: A Case Study in United Nations Trusteeship -n LAWRENCE S. FINKELSTEIN. Number of colonies Britain had many colonies in Africa but had very few officials to dispose in these colonies.

Colonial offices were not enough to dispose from the grass root levels and above. African natives thought that they were still under their chiefs; orders given by the colonizers passed through the African chiefs who reduced the. Official loss of colonial rights came with treaties formalized by Italy’s new government in Some of Italy’s colonial-era ties were temporarily perpetuated during its United Nations trusteeship of Somalia from to After World War 2, the United Nations granted Italy a trusteeship to oversee the transition from colonial state to independent republic over a ten year period.

In the s, during this trusteeship, there remained upwards of 10, Italian colonists and administrators. Italy, however, sustained new kinds of colonial relations even after the loss of the colonies, both at a political level, as in the case of the Italian Trusteeship Administration in Somalia.

After a long period as an Italian colony, Italian Somalia was placed under a UN trusteeship period, administered on behalf of the UN by Italy on Novem After ten years of self-administration under UN Trusteeship, Italy's Foreign Affairs undersecretary Alberto Folchi declared in Rome on August, 30 that his government.

That Italy is invited to undertake the provisional administration of the territory. Finally, after all-night discussions on Novemthe General Assembly of the United Nations, overwhelming accepted the draft resolution by a vote of 48 to 1 and 9 abstentions, placing Somalia under Italian Trusteeship.

The Italian colonial and post-colonial experience has not received enough attention by colonial and post-colonial studies due to Italy’s limited colonial pedigree, or as Gianpaolo Calchi Novati argues because “Italian colonialism lacked impetus and legitimacy” (Calchi Novati, p.

47, in. [All the former Italian colonies in Africa, namely Libya, Eritrea and Italian Somaliland, to be placed under the trusteeship of Italy within those frontiers which existed on the 1st January,fixed in accordance with treaties and agreements in force at that time concluded between the interested Governments concerned.].

Italy was one of the European countries with colonies in Africa during the modern period. Lasting from toItalian colonialism in Africa included the presentday countries of Libya, Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Somalia. Italian colonialism in Africa came to an end with the death of the Italian. Records of Foreign Office Administration of African Territories and its War Office predecessors relating to the administration of former Italian colonies in Africa are in FO Date: Held by: The National Archives, Kew Foreign Office Administration of African Territories, War Office, Civil Affairs Directorate, a British explorer of central Africa, famous for the rescue of Dr.

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THE Italian colonies, which cover altogether an area of aboutsquare miles and contain a population of over a million and a half, are entirely inadequate to care for Italy's economic needs or to provide proper room for the expansion of her growing population.

Italy was last to join in the contest of the powers for the appropriation of African resources, and consequently all she could Cited by: 4.During the Second World War, Italian East Africa was occupied by a British-led force including colonial units and Ethiopian guerrillas in November After the war, Italian Somalia and Eritrea came under British administration, while Ethiopia regained its l: Addis Ababa.Under the terms of the peace treaty with the Allies, Italy, which hoped to maintain the colony of Tripolitania, (and France, which wanted the Fezzan), relinquished all claims to Libya.

Libya so remained united. Severe anti-Jewish violence erupted in Libya following the liberation of North Africa Capital: Tripoli.