Military governor

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A military governor is the ruler in a country occupied by foreign troops, not equity, but foreign military government standing country or part of the country. The military governor is responsible only to his own government and the laws of his home country.

In German history there was

A similar situation emerged in the period after Saddam Hussein was ousted and Iraq was occupied .

The shugo , who were installed by the Ashikaga shoguns to rule over the provinces of Japan , are also referred to as military governors, in contrast to the kokushi appointed by the imperial family , who are then referred to as civil governors .

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