Proclamation of the Republic in Italy (10 June 1946)

On 10 June 1946, the Italian Court of Cassation, meeting in plenary sitting in the She-Wolf Room of the Montecitorio Palace in the presence of the members of the government, formally pronounces the establishment of a Republic in Italy. From left to right: Giuseppe Romita, Minister of the Interior, Alcide De Gasperi, President of the Council and Foreign Minister, and Pietro Nenni, Vice President of the Council and Minister for the Constituent Assembly.

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Source: La cour de cassation italienne proclame la république. Rome: Keystone, 1946. Noir et blanc.

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Proclamation of the Republic in Italy (10 June 1946)