Hayashi Senjuro

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General Hayashi Senjuro 林銑十郎 (23 Feb 1876 - 4 Feb 1943) was a Japanese politician, Prime minister, military officer.

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History

date rank title job
15 Nov 1916 Chief, Kurume POW camp
6 Aug 1917 Colonel, Infantry
24 Jul 1918 Commander, 57th Infantry Regiment
30 Jan 1920 Attendant, Army Technological Command
20 Jul 1921 Major General Chief, Preliminary Division, Military Academy
17 Mar 1923 Attendant, Inspectorate General
30 Jun 1923 Representative of Japanese Army to the League of Nations
11 Sept 1924 Order of return
1 May 1925 Commander, 2nd Infantry Brigade
2 Mar 1926 Lieutenant General Commander, Fortress Tokyo Bay
5 Mar 1927 Commandant, Military College
10 Aug 1928 Director, Office of Inspectorate General
1 Aug 1929 Commander, Guard Division
22 Dec 1930 Commander, Korea Army
11 Apr 1932 General
26 May 1932 Inspector General / Military Councillor
23 Jan 1934 Minister of Army
5 Sept 1935 Military Councillor
6 Mar 1936 Wait for appointment
10 Mar 1936 Reserve
2 Feb 1937 Prime minister
4 Jun 1937 resigned
3 Oct 1940 Cabinet adviser
22 Oct 1941 resigned
4 Feb 1943 died (66)


military assignment
Preceded by
Muto Nobuyoshi
Inspector General
26 May 1932 - 23 Jan 1934
Succeeded by
Masaki Jinzaburo
Preceded by
Araki Sadao
Minister of Army
23 Jan 1934 - 5 Sept 1935
Succeeded by
Kawashima Yoshiyuki
political assignment
Preceded by
Hirota Koki
Prime Minister of Japan
2 Feb 1937 - 4 Jun 1937
Succeeded by
Konoe Fumimaro
Preceded by
Arita Hachiro
Minister of Foreign Affairs
(acting)

2 Feb 1937 - 3 Mar 1937
Succeeded by
Sato Naotake