Abe Nobuyuki

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General Abe Nobuyuki 阿部信行 (24 Nov 1875 - 7 Sept 1953) was a Japanese politician, Prime minister, military officer.

在任

History

date rank title job
20 Jan 1914 Instructor, Military College
24 Jul 1918 Colonel, Artillery Commander, 3rd Field Artillery Regiment
10 Aug 1920 Chief, Organization and Mobilization Section, Administration Bureau, General Staffs
3 Jun 1921 Deputy Commandant, Military College
15 Aug 1922 Major General
6 Aug 1923 Chief, Administration Bureau, General Staffs
3 Sept 1923 Chief, Administration Bureau, General Staffs / Chief of Staff, Martial Law in Kanto
16 Nov 1923 Chief, Administration Bureau, General Staffs
28 Jul 1926 Director, Military Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Army
5 Mar 1927 Lieutenant General
10 Aug 1928 Vice Minister of Army
16 Jun 1930 acting Minister of Army
10 Dec 1930 resigned
22 Dec 1930 Commander, 4th Division
9 Jan 1932 Commander, Taiwan Army
19 Jun 1933 General
1 Aug 1933 Military Councillor
6 Mar 1936 Wait for appointment
10 Mar 1936 Reserve
30 Aug 1939 Prime minister
16 Jan 1940 resigned
1 Apr 1940 Ambassador to China
7 Dec 1940 resigned
18 May 1942 Member of House of Lords
24 Jul 1944 Governor General of Korea
28 Sept 1945 post abolished
7 Sept 1953 died (77)

親族


Preceded by
Hata Eitaro
Vice Minister of Army
10 Aug 1928 - 16 Jun 1930
Succeeded by
Sugiyama Hajime
Preceded by
Hiranuma Kiichiro
Prime Minister of Japan
30 Aug 1939 - 16 Jan 1940
Succeeded by
Yonai Mitsumasa
Preceded by
Arita Hachiro
Minister of Foreign Affairs
(acting)

30 Aug 1939 - 25 Sept 1939
Succeeded by
Nomura Kichisaburo
Preceded by
Koiso Kuniaki
Governor General of Korea
24 Jul 1944 - 28 Sept 1945
abolished