Oyama Iwao

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Field Marshal Duke Oyama Iwao 大山巌 (10 Oct 1842JOS / 12 Dec 1842GC - 4 Dec 1916) was a Japanese politician, Military officer, and peer.

在任

History

date rank title job
28 Jul 1871 Colonel Assistant Senior Director of Armed force
15 Aug 1871 Major General
3 Nov 1871 discharged study in France
3 Oct 1874 return
8 Nov 1874 Assistant Lord of Army / Director, 1st Bureau, Ministry of Army
17 Nov 1874 Major General
29 Oct 1876 Assistant Lord of Army / Director, 1st Bureau, Ministry of Army / Commander, Kumamoto District
15 Nov 1876 Assistant Lord of Army / Director, 1st Bureau, Ministry of Army
19 Feb 1877 Commander, Tokyo District
27 Feb 1877 Commander, Reserve 1st Brigade
10 Mar 1877 Commander, Reserve 1st Brigade / Commander, 2nd Brigade
13 Apr 1877 Commander, Reserve 5th Brigade
28 Jun 1877 Commander, Reserve 5th Brigade / Commander, Reserve 3rd Brigade
19 Sept 1877 Commander, Heavy Artillery Force
19 Oct 1877 return
20 Nov 1878 Lieutenant General
5 Dec 1878 Vice Director, General Staffs
14 Dec 1878 Vice Director, General Staffs / Commandant, Military Academy
16 Dec 1878 Vice Director, General Staffs / Commandant, Military Academy / Vice Lord of Interior / Chief of Police
28 Feb 1880 Lord of Army
21 Nov 1881 Cabinet minister / Lord of Army
4 Sept 1882 Cabinet minister / Lord of Army / Chief of General Staffs
13 Feb 1884 official trip to Europe
7 Jul 1884 Count
25 Jan 1885 return
22 Dec 1885 Minister of Army
10 Jul 1886 Minister of Army / Minister of Navy
1 Jul 1887 Minister of Army
3 Feb 1888 Minister of Army / Inspector of the Army
3 Oct 1889 Minister of Army
24 Dec 1889 Minister of Army / Inspector of the Army
7 Jun 1890 Minister of Army
17 May 1891 General Privy Councillor
8 Aug 1892 Minister of Army
25 Sept 1894 Commander, Second Army
26 May 1895 Minister of Army
5 Aug 1895 Marquis
16 Mar 1896 Minister of Army / Inspector of the Army
31 Jul 1896 Minister of Army
20 Sept 1896 resigned
20 Jan 1898 Field Marshal
16 May 1899 Chief of General Staffs
3 Jun 1902 Grand Cordon
20 Jun 1904 Commander-in-Chief, Manchuria Army
31 Dec 1905 Chief of General Staffs
1 Apr 1906 Collar
11 Apr 1906 resigned Chief of General Staffs
21 Sep 1907 Duke
28 Apr 1914 Lord Privy Seal
4 Dec 1916 died (74).

親族

卑属

Paternal ancestors from Top ancestor

  1. Saigo Kichibei ( - 1803)
  2. Saigo Takamitsu ( - 1852)
  3. Oyama Tsunamasa ( - 1856)
  4. Duke Oyama Iwao (1842 - 1916)

副官

元帥副官

代数 発令日 階級 氏名 期別 前職 後職 備考
1904.06.20 陸軍歩兵中佐 尾野実信 陸士生徒10 陸軍省軍務局歩兵課長
1907.11.13
1913.07.15 陸軍歩兵中佐 吉岡顕作 陸士7 陸軍大学校幹事 1916.05.02陸軍歩兵大佐
1916.08.18


peerage in Japan
New creation
Count Oyama
7 Jul 1884 - 5 Aug 1895
promoted
promoted
Marquis Oyama
5 Aug 1895 - 21 Sept 1907
promoted
promoted
Duke Oyama
21 Sept 1907 - 4 Dec 1916
Succeeded by
Oyama Kashiwa
military assignment
Preceded by
Yamagata Aritomo
Inspector of the Army
3 Feb 1888 - 3 Oct 1889
Succeeded by
Yamagata Aritomo
Preceded by
Yamagata Aritomo
Inspector of the Army
24 Dec 1889 - 7 Jun 1890
Succeeded by
Miyoshi Shigeomi
Preceded by
Yamagata Aritomo
Inspector of the Army
16 Mar 1896 - 31 Jul 1896
Succeeded by
Yamagata Aritomo
Preceded by
Kawakami Soroku
Chief of General Staffs
16 May 1899 - 20 Jun 1904
Succeeded by
Yamagata Aritomo
New organization
Commander-in-Chief, Manchuria Army
20 Jul 1904 - 31 Dec 1905
dissolved
Preceded by
Yamagata Aritomo
Chief of General Staffs
20 Dec 1905 - 11 Apr 1906
Succeeded by
Kodama Gentaro
political assignment
Preceded by
Saigo Tsugumichi
Lord of Army
28 Feb 1880 - 22 Dec 1885
reformed
New creation
Minister of Army
(First Ito Administration)

22 Dec 1885 - 30 Apr 1888
reappointed
reappointed
Minister of Army
(Kuroda Administration)

30 Apr 1888 - 24 Dec 1889
reappointed
reappointed
Minister of Army
(First Yamagata Administration)

24 Dec 1889 - 6 May 1891
reappointed
reappointed
Minister of Army
(First Matsukata Administration)

6 May 1891 - 17 May 1891
Succeeded by
Takashima Tomonosuke
Preceded by
Takashima Tomonosuke
Minister of Army
(Second Ito Administration)

8 Aug 1892 - 18 Sept 1896
reappointed
reappointed
Minister of Army
(Second Matsukata Administration)

18 Sept 1896 - 20 Sept 1896
Succeeded by
Takashima Tomonosuke
Preceded by
Prince Sadanaru
Lord Privy Seal
23 Apr 1914 - 10 Dec 1916
Succeeded by
Matsukata Masayoshi