Katsura Taro

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General Duke Katsura Taro 桂太郎 (28 Nov 1847JOS / 4 Jan 1848GC - 11 Oct 1913) was a Japanese politician, Prime minister, Military officer, and peer.

在任

History

date rank title job
2 Jul 1874 Intelligence Staff, Staff Bureau, Ministry of Army
30 Mar 1875 Military Attache to Germany
31 Jul 1878 Intelligence Staff, Staff Bureau, Ministry of Army
14 Dec 1878 acting Chief, Western Bureau, General Staffs
8 Feb 1882 Colonel, Infantry Chief, Western Bureau, General Staffs
21 May 1885 Major General Director, Administration Bureau, Ministry of Army
16 Mar 1886 Vice Minister of Army
16 Nov 1888 Vice Minister of Army / Director, Legal Bureau, Ministry of Army
27 Mar 1890 Vice Minister of Army / Director, Legal Bureau, Ministry of Army / Director, Military Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Army
7 Jun 1890 Lieutenant General
1 Jun 1891 Commander, 3rd Division
5 Aug 1895 Viscount
2 Jun 1896 Governor General of Taiwan
14 Oct 1896 Governor of Tokyo Defense
12 Jan 1898 Minister of Army
28 Sep 1898 General
23 Dec 1900 suspended
2 Jun 1901 Prime minister
27 Feb 1902 Count
2 Oct 1903 Prime minister / Minister of Interior
20 Feb 1904 Prime minister
14 Dec 1905 Prime minister / Minister of Education
7 Jan 1906 Military Councillor
1 Apr 1906 Grand Cordon
21 Sept 1907 Marquis
14 Jul 1908 Prime minister / Minister of Finance
21 Apr 1911 Duke
30 Aug 1911 resigned
13 Aug 1912 Lord Privy Seal / Great Chamberlain
21 Dec 1912 Prime minister
20 Feb 1913 resigned
1 Apr 1913 Deactivated
10 Oct 1913 Collar
11 Oct 1913 died (65)

親族

尊属

  • 父・桂与一右衛門

配偶

卑属

Paternal ancestors from Top ancestor

  1. Katsura Yoichiemon
  2. Duke Katsura Taro (1847 - 1913)


peerage in Japan
New creation
Viscount Katsura
5 Aug 1895 - 27 Feb 1902
promoted
promoted
Count Katsura
27 Feb 1902 - 21 Sept 1907
promoted
promoted
Marquis Katsura
21 Sept 1907 - 21 Apr 1911
promoted
promoted
Duke Katsura
21 Apr 1911 - 11 Oct 1913
Succeeded by
Katsura Kotaro
military assignment
New creation
Vice Minister of Army
16 Mar 1886 - 1 Jun 1891
Succeeded by
Okazawa Kuwashi
political assignment
Preceded by
Kabayama Sukenori
Governor General of Taiwan
2 Jun 1896 - 14 Oct 1896
Succeeded by
Nogi Maresuke
Preceded by
Takashima Tomonosuke
Minister of Army
(Third Ito Administration)

12 Jan 1898 - 30 Jun 1898
reappointed
reappointed
Minister of Army
(First Okuma Administration)

30 Jun 1898 - 8 Nov 1898
reappointed
reappointed
Minister of Army
(Second Yamagata Administration)

8 Nov 1898 - 19 Oct 1900
reappointed
reappointed
Minister of Army
(Fourth Ito Administration)

19 Oct 1900 - 23 Dec 1900
Succeeded by
Kodama Gentaro
Preceded by
Saionji Kinmochi
Prime Minister of Japan
(First Katsura Administration)

2 Jun 1901 - 7 Jan 1906
Succeeded by
Saionji Kinmochi
Preceded by
Kodama Gentaro
Minister of Interior (acting)
(First Katsura Administration)

12 Oct 1903 - 20 Feb 1904
Succeeded by
Yoshikawa Akimasa
Preceded by
Saionji Kinmochi
Prime Minister of Japan
(Second Katsura Administration)

14 Jul 1908 - 30 Aug 1911
Succeeded by
Saionji Kinmochi
Preceded by
Matsuda Masahisa
Minister of Finance
(Second Katsura Administration)

14 Jul 1908 - 30 Aug 1911
Succeeded by
Yamamoto Tatsuo
Preceded by
Tokudaiji Sanetsune
Lord Privy Seal
13 Aug 1912 - 21 Dec 1912
Succeeded by
Prince Sadanaru
Preceded by
Tokudaiji Sanetsune
Great Chamberlain
13 Aug 1912 - 21 Dec 1912
Succeeded by
Takatsukasa Hiromichi
Preceded by
Saionji Kinmochi
Prime Minister of Japan
(Third Katsura Administration)

21 Dec 1912 - 20 Feb 1913
Succeeded by
Yamamoto Gombei
Preceded by
Uchida Yasuya
Minister of Foreign Affairs (acting)
(Third Katsura Administration)

21 Dec 1912 - 29 Jan 1913
Succeeded by
Kato Takaaki