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Lebanon: Polity Style: 1920-2024

1 Sep 1920 the State of Greater Lebanon is established in accordance with an order of the High Commissioner of the French Republic in Syria and Cilicia of 31 Aug 1920, effective on 1 Sep 1920 (BOAAHC, 1920, pp. 13-14)
1 Sep 1920 - 31 Aug 1926 Dawlat Lubnān al-Kabīr (دولة لبنان الكبير) :: État du Grand Liban | State of Greater Lebanon
29 Sep 1923 the mandate for Syria and the Lebanon to be exercised by the government of France is passed by the Council of the League of Nations (24 Jul 1922) and entered into force 29 Sep 1923 (League of Nations Official Journal, 3rd year, No. 8, August 1922, pp. 823-825, 1013-1017) [1]
1 Sep 1926 the name of the state is changed in accordance with Art. 101 of the Constitution of Greater Lebanon promulgated on 23 May 1926, effective 1 Sep 1926
1 Sep 1926 - al-Jumhūrīyah al-Lubnānīyah (الجمهورية اللبنانية) :: (to 7 Dec 1943) République Libanaise | Republic of Lebanon
22 Dec 1943 the mandate is dissolved de facto in accordance with an agreement signed by the representatives of France, Syria, and Lebanon on 22 Dec 1943 in Damascus, providing for the transfer of authority over all the remaining Mandatory institutions (Hourani A.H., Syria and Lebanon: A Political Essay. Oxford University Press, 1946, p. 381) [2]

[1] The declaration approved by the Council of the Legue of Nations required that the mandates would "enter into force automatically and at the same time, as soon as the Governments of France and Italy have notified the President of the Council of the League of Nations that they have reached an agreement on certain particular points in regard to the latter of these mandates." The notifications were submitted at the session of the Council of 29 Sep 1923 (League of Nations Official Journal, 4th year, No. 11, November 1923, p. 1355)
[2] Full title (French): Convention conclue à Damas, le 22 décembre 1943, entre la France, la Syrie et le Liban, concernant le transfert des Services des Intérêts Communs aux États.