Minister of the Air Force (Italy)

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Minister of the Air Force
Ministri dell'Aeronautica
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Flag of the Minister of the Air Force
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Longest serving
Benito Mussolini

3 January 1926–12 September 1929
6 November 1933–25 July 1943
Ministry of the Air Force
Member ofCouncil of Ministers
SeatRome
Term lengthNo fixed term
Formation30 August 1925 (1925-08-30)
First holderBenito Mussolini (act.)
Final holderMario Cingolani
Abolished4 February 1947 (1947-02-04)
SuccessionMinister of Defence

The Minister of the Air Force of Italy, was the minister responsible for the Ministry of the Air Force. The position was created during the Mussolini Cabinet and was abolished with the creation of the position for Minister of Defence.

List of Ministers

Kingdom of Italy

Parties:

Coalitions:

Other:

N. Portrait Name
(Born–Died)
Term of office Party Government Ref.
Took office Left office Time in office
1 Benito Mussolini crop.jpg Benito Mussolini
(1883–1945)
30 August 1925 3 January 1926 126 days National Fascist Party Mussolini [1]
3 January 1926 12 September 1929 3 years, 252 days
2 Italio Balbo in the mountains (cropped).jpg Italo Balbo
(1896–1940)
12 September 1929 6 November 1933 4 years, 55 days National Fascist Party [1]
(1) Benito Mussolini portrait as dictator (retouched).jpg Benito Mussolini
(1883–1945)
6 November 1933 25 July 1943 9 years, 261 days National Fascist Party [1]
3 No image.svg Renato Sandalli
(1897–1968)
28 July 1943 18 June 1944 326 days Military Badoglio I·II
4 Pietro Piacentini.jpg Pietro Piacentini
(1898–1963)
18 June 1944 10 December 1944 175 days Military Bonomi II
5 No image.svg Carlo Scialoja
(1886–1947)
10 December 1944 14 January 1945 33 days Labour Democratic Party Bonomi III
6 Luigi Gasparotto senato.jpg Luigi Gasparotto
(1873–1954)
14 January 1945 19 June 1945 156 days Labour Democratic Party
7 Mario Cevolotto.jpg Mario Cevolotto
(1887–1945)
19 June 1945 13 July 1946 1 year, 24 days Labour Democratic Party Parri
De Gasperi I
[2][3]

Republic of Italy

Parties:

Coalitions:

N. Portrait Name
(Born–Died)
Term of office Party Government Ref.
Took office Left office Time in office
1 Mario Cingolani senato.jpg Mario Cingolani
(1883–1971)
13 July 1946 4 February 1947 206 days Christian Democracy De Gasperi II [4]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "I Governo Mussolini". storia.camera.it (in Italian). Retrieved 10 April 2020.
  2. ^ "I Governo Parri". storia.camera.it (in Italian). Retrieved 10 April 2020.
  3. ^ "I Governo De Gasperi". storia.camera.it (in Italian). Retrieved 10 April 2020.
  4. ^ "II Governo De Gasperi". storia.camera.it (in Italian). Retrieved 10 April 2020.