Fiume (Rijeka): Polity Style: 1918-1924 - Archontology.org

Fiume (Rijeka): Polity Style: 1918-1924

30 Oct 1918 the representative of the National Council of the Slovenes, Croats and Serbs (Konstantin Rojčević) assumed executive authority and proclaimed that Rijeka/Fiume is part of the State of the Slovenes, Croats and Serbs, public ceremony, ufficio dell'ex Governo, Rijeka/Fiume (Massagrande (2002), p. 27; Patafta (2006), p. 199)
30 Oct 1918 unification of Fiume with the Kingdom of Italy is proclaimed by Consiglio Nazionale italiano di Fiume (Massagrande (2002), pp. 26-27) [1]
17 Nov 1918 Fiume is occupied by the forces of the Kingdom of Italy, representation of the State of the Slovenes, Croats and Serbs ceased to exist
23 Nov 1918 Comitato direttivo del Consiglio Nazionale italiano assumed executive authority of Fiume in accordance with a decision of 21 Nov 1918 (Consiglio Nazionale Italiano di Fiume/Comitato Direttivo Minutes, 19, 73) [1]
8 Sep 1920 Reggenza italiana del Carnaro is proclaimed, public ceremony, Fiume (Bollettino Ufficiale, No. 33, 11 Sep 1920, pp. 1-3)
8 Sep 1920 - 28 Dec 1920 Reggenza italiana del Carnaro
28 Dec 1920 authorities of Reggenza italiana del Carnaro resigned and declared that the executive authority is passed to municipal administration (Massagrande (2002), pp. 38-39; Torsiello (1921), pp. 125-129)
31 Dec 1920 Rappresentanza municipale acting as Consiglio Nazionale assumed executive power in accordance with ordine del giorno approved by Rappresentanza municipale on 31 Dec 1920 (Massagrande (2002), pp. 39-40) [1]
1 Jan 1921 an agreement signed at Abbazia by the representatives of the Kingdom of Italy and the City of Fiume on 31 Dec 1920, extending the provisions of the Treaty of Rapallo to the territory of Fiume, took effect upon the ratification by Rappresentanza municipale of Fiume on 1 Jan 1921 (Torsiello (1921), pp. 45-47; Massagrande (2002), pp. 39-40) [3]
2 Feb 1921 Fiume is recognized by the Kingdom of Italy and the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes as a free and independent state (Stato di Fiume | Држава Ријeка) in accordance with Art. 4 of a treaty signed at Rapallo on 12 Nov 1920, effective upon the exchange of ratifications in Rome on 2 Feb 1921 (Société des Nations, Recueil des traités, vol. 18, Nos. 1-4, 1923, pp. 387-403; Gazzetta Ufficiale del Regno d'Italia, No. 300, 21 Dec 1920, pp. 3975-3977; Službene novine Kraljevine Srba, Hrvata i Slovenaca, No. 141a, 27 Jun 1921)
5 Oct 1921 Constituent Assembly of the State of Fiume is convened
5 Oct 1921 - 22 Feb 1924 Stato di Fiume [2]
22 Feb 1924 territory of the State of Fiume is divided between the Kingdom of Italy and the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in accordance with an agreement signed in Rome on 27 Jan 1924, effective upon the exchange of ratifications in Rome on 22 Feb 1924 (Société des Nations, Recueil des traités, vol. 24, Nos. 1-3, 1924, pp. 36-41; Gazzetta Ufficiale del Regno d'Italia, No. 45, Extra, 22 Feb 1924, p. 889; Službene novine Kraljevine Srba, Hrvata i Slovenaca, No. 65-XI, 20 Mar 1924)

[1] This proclamation never took effect.
[2] The authorities of Fiume normally referred to the territory under its administration as Fiume or Fiume d'Italia (sometimes as Città di Fiume).
[3] The agenda of the meeting of 1 Jan 1921 was approved at the night session of 31 Dec 1920/1 Jan 1921. The actual ratification took place at the meeting of 1 Jan 1921 (Torsiello (1921), pp. 48-50)
[4] The use of Stato di Fiume was de facto discontinued during the period between 3 Mar 1922 and 23 Mar 1922 and after 17 Sep 1923.
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