In April 1941, Italy occupied Slovenia. Ljubljana was re-named LUBIANA and became the capital of the new Italian Province. Initially, Italian stamps were used, however, Yugoslav stamps overprinted “Co. Ci.” (Commissariato Civile) were issued at the end of April 1941. On 5 May 1941, Yugoslav definitive stamps were overprinted “R. Commissariato Civile Territori Sloveni occupati LUBIANA”. This issue involved no less than 16 different denominations. Following the 8 September armistice signed by Italy, Lubiana fell under German control.
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