Kabayama Sukenori

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Admiral (at first Major General) Count Kabayama Sukenori 樺山資紀 (20 Nov 1837JOS / 17 Dec 1837GC - 8 Feb 1922) was a Japanese politician, Naval officer, Military officer, and peer.

History

date rank title job
20 Nov 1837 born
27 Sept 1871 Major
9 Mar 1872OS Assistant Senior Staff for Lord of Army
10 Oct 1874 Lt Colonel
23 Feb 1875 Deputy Director, 2nd Bureau, Ministry of Army
9 Nov 1876 Chief of Staff, Kumamoto District
21 Nov 1878 Colonel
28 Dec 1878 Chief of Staff, Guard Force
23 Oct 1880 Chief of Staff, Guard Force / Great Inspector of Metropolitan Police
7 Feb 1881 Major General Inspector General of Metropolitan Police
13 Dec 1883 Vice Lord of Navy
6 Feb 1884 Rear Admiral
7 Jul 1884 Viscount
29 Jun 1885 Vice Admiral
29 Jan 1886 Vice Lord of Navy / Director, Naval Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Navy
4 Feb 1886 Vice Lord of Navy / Director, Naval Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Navy / Member of Admirals' Committee
1 Apr 1886 Vice Minister of Navy / Director, Naval Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Navy
15 Jun 1886 Vice Minister of Navy
17 May 1890 Minister of Navy
8 Aug 1892 reserved Privy Councillor
18 Jul 1894 Active Chief, Naval General Staff / Member of Admirals' Committee
10 May 1895 Admiral Governor General of Taiwan
5 Aug 1895 Count
2 Jun 1896 Privy Councillor
20 Sep 1896 Minister of Interior
12 Jan 1898 resigned
8 Nov 1898 Minister of Education
19 Oct 1900 resigned
21 Oct 1904 Privy Councillor
20 Nov 1905 deactivated
20 Nov 1910 retired
8 Feb 1922 died (84)

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vacant Vice Lord of Navy
13 Dec 1883 - 6 Mar 1886
abolished
New creaton
Vice Minister of Navy
1 Apr 1886 - 17 May 1890
Succeeded by
Ito Toshiyoshi
Preceded by
Saigo Tsugumichi
Minister of Navy
17 May 1890 - 8 Aug 1892
Succeeded by
Nire Kagenori
Preceded by
Nakamuta Kuranosuke
Chief, Naval General Staff
18 Jul 1894 - 11 May 1895
Succeeded by
Ito Sukeyuki
New organization
Governor General of Taiwan
10 May 1895 - 2 Jun 1896
Succeeded by
Katsura Taro
Preceded by
Itagaki Taisuke
Minister of Interior
20 Sept 1896 - 12 Jan 1898
Succeeded by
Yoshikawa Akimasa