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Italian Libya was a unified colony of Italian North Africa established in 1934 in what represents present-day Libya. Italian Libya was formed from the colonies of Cyrenaica and Tripolitania which were taken by Italy from the Ottoman Empire in 1912 after the Italo-Turkish War of 1911 to 1912.
- also known as 意属利比亚
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Ethnic and National Groups around the World by James B. Minahan
Colonial borders divided the Toubou between Italian Libya and French West Africa. With decolonization the Toubou eventually gained control of Chad, but in Libya they were persecuted by Muammar Gaddafi from 1969. The 2011 revolution ...
by Dickson Eyoh, Paul Tiyambe Zeleza
transferred to Italian Libya, and was then administered as three units ( Tripolitania, Cyrenaica, and Fezzān). The triangle of landtothe northwest of Anglo -Egyptian. Sudan. was transferredto Italy,also in 1917.In1920the French created ...
Italian Libya, N. Africa; mainly desert; includes N. part of Sahara plateau, c. 2,ooo ft. high; coastal oases yield tobacco, dates, olives, oranges; steppes for pasture, wheat, barley, esparto; in desert are oases of Ghadames and ...
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