Koiso Kuniaki

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General Koiso Kuniaki 小磯国昭 (1 Apr 1880 - 3 Nov 1950) was a Japanese politician, Prime minister, military officer.

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History

date rank title job
15 Apr 1919 Chief, Exercise Division, General Staffs
20 Jul 1921 Staff, Army Air Command
8 Feb 1922 Colonel, Infantry
17 Mar 1923 Instructor, Military College
6 Aug 1923 Commander, 51st Infantry Regiment
1 May 1925 Chief, Organization and Mobilization Section, Administration Bureau, General Staffs
1 Dec 1926 Major General Instructor, Military College
26 Jul 1927 Chief, Administration Bureau, Army Air Command
1 Aug 1929 Director, Mobilization Bureau, Ministry of Army
1 Aug 1930 Director, Military Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Army
1 Aug 1931 Lieutenant General
29 Feb 1932 Vice Minister of Army
8 Aug 1932 Chief of Staff, Kwantung Army
5 Mar 1934 Commander, 5th Division
2 Dec 1935 Commander, Korea Army
1 Nov 1937 General
15 Jul 1938 Wait for appointment
29 Jul 1938 Reserve
7 Apr 1939 Minister of Cultivation
30 Aug 1939 resigned
16 Jan 1940 Minister of Cultivation
22 Jul 1940 resigned
29 May 1942 Governor General of Korea
22 Jul 1944 Prime minister
7 Apr 1945 resigned
3 Nov 1950 died (70)


Preceded by
Sugiyama Hajime
Vice Minister of Army
29 Feb 1932 - 8 Aug 1932
Succeeded by
Yanagawa Heisuke
Preceded by
Minami Jiro
Governor General of Korea
29 May 1942 - 22 Jul 1944
Succeeded by
Abe Nobuyuki
Preceded by
Tojo Hideki
Prime Minister of Japan
22 Jul 1944 - 7 Apr 1945
Succeeded by
Suzuki Kantaro