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Kingdom of Italy (1805-1814) (Italy)

Repubblica Italiana

Last modified: 2010-12-28 by dov gutterman
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(1:1) image by Pier Paolo Lugli, 17 October 2000



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Overview

Cispadana and Transpadana were merged (and also the province of Novara was merged) and the Cisalpina republic was created on 30 June 1797. Cisalpina adopted flag 11 May 1798. It was occupied by Austria (1799) and was restored (1800) after Marengo. On January 1802 took the name of Italian Republic (later, 1805. kingdom of Italy).
Jaume Olle', 13 October 1998

The flag of the state was NOT change during the short (1805 - 1814) kingdom of Italy. On the other hand, the war ensign was charged with the royal arms, as were most of the military flags on the reverse, which, in general, supported mottos and personal symbols on the obverse
Pier Paolo Lugli, 17 October 2000

I located a photo of a flag at <www.quirinale.it>.
Mark Sensen, 31 October 2000

Roberto Breschi, in his presentation: "Flags in Italy under Napoleon's pressure" at ICV 20 in Stockholm, reported about the Kingdom of Italy): It replaced the Italian Republic (1802-1805) and used the same flags beside Napoleon standard as King of Italy which was charged with his "eagle" un the centre.
Dov Gutterman, 4 August 2003