VI. The World Wars and the Interwar Period, 1914–1945 > F. The Middle East and North Africa, 1914–1945 > 3. North Africa > d. Libya
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(See 1912–14)
 
d. Libya
 
 
1918, Nov. 18
 
Proclamation of the Tripolitanian Republic by an alliance of tribal leaders and ulama. The new government had a highly provisional character, which became evident in negotiations with the Italians. The Tripolitanian delegation expressed its willingness to drop the demand for independence in exchange for internal autonomy and full legal equality for its people with Italians.  1
 
1919, June 1
 
Fundamental Law of Tripolitania. The Italians promised to grant Italian nationality and full civil and political equality to Libyans.  2
 
Aug
 
Dissolution of the Tripolitanian Republic.  3
 
Sept. 12
 
A Franco-Italian agreement transferred several oases in southeastern Tunisia to Libya.  4
 
 
 
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