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The Regia Marina (Royal Navy) was the navy of Italy from unification in the latter-half of the 19th Century until the dissolution of the Monarchy in 1946.
Ministers of Marine
- Felice Napoleone Canevaro, 1 June, 1898 – 29 June, 1898
- Vice-Admiral Viale, until 24 September, 1915;
- Vice-Admiral Camillo Corsi, until 16 June, 1916;
- Rear-Admiral Triangi, until 16 July, 1917;
- Vice-Admiral Del Bono, until the end of the war.
Chiefs of Staff
- Vice-Admiral Paolo Thaon di Revel, ? until 30 September, 1915;
- Vice-Admiral Camillo Corsi, ? until 16 February, 1916;
- Vice-Admiral Paolo Thaon di Revel, 3 February, 1917 until the end of the war.
- Admiral Domenico Cavagnari, ? until 11 December, 1940
- Admiral Arturo Riccardi, 11 December, 1940 to 25 July, 1943
- Corpo Reali Equipaggi, those petty officers and seaman not at sea
- Accademia Navale, the Italian Naval Academy