Government in exile - Past governments in exile - World War II

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. World War II Many countries established a government in exile after loss of sovereignty in connection with World War II. Governments in London Governments in London A large number of European governments in exile were set up in London. (1941–1944) (1944) (1944 1945) (1940) (1940–1945) (1939–1943) (1943–1944) (1944–1945) (1941–1942) (1942–1943)   (1943) (1943–1944) (1944–1945) Other exiled leaders in Britain in this time included King Zog of Albania and Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia. The Danish exception The Danish exception The Occupation of Denmark (9 April 1940) was administered mainly by the German Foreign Office, contrary to other occupied lands that were under military or civilian administration. Denmark did not establish a government in exile, although there was an Association of Free Danes established in London. King Christian X and his government remained in Denmark, and functioned comparatively independently until August 1943 when it was dissolved, placing Denmark under full German occupation. Meanwhile, Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands were occupied by the Allies, and effectively separated from the Danish crown. (See British occupation of the Faroe Islands, Iceland during World War II, and History of Greenland during World War II.) Governments in exile in Asia Governments in exile in Asia The Philippine Commonwealth (invaded 9 December 1941) established a government in exile in Australia and the United States. While formed long before World War II, the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea continued in exile in China until the end of the war. At the fall of Java, and the surrender by the Dutch on behalf of Allied forces on 8 March 1942, many Dutch Indies officials (including Dr van Mook and Dr Charles van der Plas) managed to flee to Australia in March 1942, and on 23 December 1943, the Royal Government (Dutch) decreed an official Netherlands East Indies Government in exile, with Dr van Mook as Acting Governor General, on Australian soil until Dutch rule was restored in the Indies. Netherlands East Indies Government in exile Axis aligned 'governments in exile' Axis aligned 'governments in exile' Under the auspices of the Axis powers, Axis aligned groups from some countries set up 'governments in exile' in Axis territory, even though internationally recognized governments remained in place in their home countries.

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Data row number Name Exiled or created(*) since Defunct, reestablished,(*) or integrated(°) since State that controlled its claimed territory Notes

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