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Governor-General of Malta

Governor-General of Malta
Former political post
Coat of Arms of the Governor-General of Malta
Sir Anthony Joseph Mamo
Predecessor Governor of Malta
Successor President of Malta
First officeholder Sir Maurice Henry Dorman
Last officeholder Sir Anthony Joseph Mamo
Style His Excellency
Official residence San Anton Palace
Appointer Queen of Malta
Office began 21 September 1964
Office ended 13 December 1974
Standard of the Governor-General of Malta

This page contains a list of Governors-General of Malta from 1964 when the country gained independence as a Commonwealth realm until 1974 when a republic was proclaimed.

Governors-General of Malta (1964–1974)

Name Portrait Born-Died From To
Sir Maurice Henry Dorman 1902–1993 21 September 1964 4 July 1971
Sir Anthony Mamo 1909–2008 4 July 1971 13 December 1974

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