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United States Forces
1905 - 1994(A) Type 1: Small provincial code
(B) Type 2: Seal of the Republic
Circa 1935 under Italian Occupation.
Rhodes was under the jurisdiction of Italy (1912 - 1943), the occupation of Germany (1943 - 1945) and the military administration of Great Britain (1945 - 1947).
Since 1948, it is part of Greece with standard Greek license plates.
Seborga is a 14 ㎢ area West of Genoa which calls itself a "Principality" for historical reasons.
It issues its own stamps, coins, passports and license plates none of which have any validity and are mostly sold to tourists. Vehicles with Seborga "license plates" must also carry Italian plates from the province of Imperia in which the "Principality" lies.
1945 - 1954, Trieste Occupied by British and American Froces
Trieste was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1918, then part of Italy until 1945.
After 1945 it was divided into two zones:
A zone which was occupied by American and British Forces and issued Italian style plates. This zone reverted to Italy in 1954.
A zone which was occupied by Yugoslavia and issued Yugoslavian style plates. This zone reverted to Yugoslavia with Slovenia assuming control in 1991.
Abyssinia (Italian East Africa)
Italian Occupied Montenegro
Location Southern Europe Capital Roma [Rome] Main Religion Christianity (catholicism) National Language Italian. German, French and Ladino are official minority languages. History Italy became a united state in 1861. It is a founding member of the European Union. International Oval I ISO Code IT
(1) Picture by Frederico Da Lio
(2) Picture by Pieter Beelen
(3) Jim Fox/Picture by Greg Gibson