Prince Naruhiko, Prince of Higashikuni

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General Prince Naruhiko, Prince of Higashikuni 東久邇宮稔彦王 Higashikuni no miya Naruhiko ou (3 Dec 1887 - 20 Jan 1990) was a Japanese Imperial House member, politician, Prime minister, military officer.

在任

History

date rank title job
25 Dec 1908 2nd Lieutenant, Infantry
December 1910 Lieutenant, Infantry
August 1913 Captain, Infantry
31 Oct 1937 Grand Cordon
July 1918 Major, Infantry
August 1922 Lt Colonel, Infantry
7 Aug 1925 Colonel, Infantry
16 Jan 1928 Attendant, 1st Division HQ
10 Mar 1928 Commander, 3rd Guard Infantry Regiment
10 Dec 1929 Major General Attendant, General Staffs
2 Aug 1930 Commander, 5th Infantry Brigade
7 Dec 1932 Attendant, General Staffs
1 Aug 1933 Lieutenant General Commander, 2nd Division
1 Aug 1934 Commander, 4th Division
2 Dec 1935 Military Councillor
2 Aug 1937 Military Councillor / Director, Army Air Command
30 Apr 1938 Commander, Second Army
13 Jan 1939 Military Councillor
1 Aug 1939 General
9 Dec 1941 Military Councillor / General Commander of Mainland Air Defense
15 Apr 1945 Military Councillor
17 Aug 1945 Prime minister / Minister of Army
23 Aug 1945 Prime minister
21 Sep 1945 Reserve
18 Oct 1945 resigned
20 Jan 1990 died (102)

Styles and titles

  • 3 Dec 1887 - 3 Nov 1906 His Highness Prince Naruhiko of Kuni
  • 3 Nov 1906 - 14 Oct 1947 His Highness The Prince of Higashikuni
  • 14 Oct 1947 - 20 Jan 1990 Mr Higashikuni Naruhiko

relations

ancestors

spouse

issues

paternal ancestors from Top ancestor

  1. Amaterasu (female)
  2. Amenooshiho
  3. Ninigi
  4. Fukiaezu
  5. Emperor Jinmu, Emperor of Japan
  6. Emperor Suizei, Emperor of Japan
  7. Emperor Annei, Emperor of Japan
  8. Emperor Itoku, Emperor of Japan
  9. Emperor Kosho, Emperor of Japan
  10. Emperor Koan, Emperor of Japan
  11. Emperor Korei, Emperor of Japan
  12. Emperor Kogen, Emperor of Japan
  13. Emperor Kaika, Emperor of Japan
  14. Emperor Sujin, Emperor of Japan
  15. Emperor Suinin, Emperor of Japan
  16. Emperor Keiko, Emperor of Japan
  17. Takeru
  18. Emperor Chuai, Emperor of Japan
  19. Emperor Ojin, Emperor of Japan
  20. Wakannuke
  21. Oodo
  22. Uhi
  23. Hikonushi
  24. Emperor Keitai, Emperor of Japan (450 - 7 Feb 531)
  25. Emperor Kimmei, Emperor of Japan (509 - 15 Apr 571)
  26. Emperor Bidatsu, Emperor of Japan (538 - 15 Aug 585)
  27. Prince Hikohito
  28. Emperor Jomei, Emperor of Japan (593 - 9 Oct 641)
  29. Emperor Tenji, Emperor of Japan (626 - 3 Dec 671)
  30. Prince Shiki of Japan (c.668 - 11 Aug 716)
  31. Emperor Konin, Emperor of Japan (13 Oct 709 - 23 Dec 781)
  32. Emperor Kanmu, Emperor of Japan (737 - 17 Mar 806)
  33. Emperor Saga, Emperor of Japan (7 Sept 786 - 15 Jul 842)
  34. Emperor Ninmyo, Emperor of Japan (810 - 21 Mar 850)
  35. Emperor Koko, Emperor of Japan (830 - 26 Aug 887)
  36. Emperor Uda, Emperor of Japan (5 May 867 - 19 Jul 931)
  37. Emperor Daigo, Emperor of Japan (18 Jan 885 - 29 Sept 930)
  38. Emperor Murakami, Emperor of Japan (2 Jun 926 - 25 May 967)
  39. Emperor Enyu, Emperor of Japan (2 Mar 959 - 12 Feb 991)
  40. Emperor Ichijo, Emperor of Japan (1 Jun 980 - 22 Jun 1011)
  41. Emperor Gosuzaku, Emperor of Japan (25 Nov 1009 - 18 Jan 1045)
  42. Emperor Gosanjo, Emperor of Japan (18 Jul 1034 - 7 May 1073)
  43. Emperor Shirakawa, Emperor of Japan (19 Jun 1053 - 7 Jul 1129)
  44. Emperor Horikawa, Emperor of Japan (9 Jul 1079 - 19 Jul 1107)
  45. Emperor Toba, Emperor of Japan (16 Jan 1103 - 2 Jul 1156)
  46. Emperor Goshirakawa, Emperor of Japan (11 Sept 1127 - 13 Mar 1192)
  47. Emperor Takakura, Emperor of Japan (3 Sept 1161 - 14 Jan 1181)
  48. Emperor Gotoba, Emperor of Japan (14 Jul 1180 - 22 Feb 1239)
  49. Emperor Tsuchimikado, Emperor of Japan (1 Nov 1195 - 11 Oct 1231)
  50. Emperor Gosaga, Emperor of Japan (26 Feb 1220 - 17 Feb 1272)
  51. Emperor Gofukakusa, Emperor of Japan (10 Jun 1243 - 16 Jul 1304)
  52. Emperor Fushimi, Emperor of Japan (23 Apr 1265 - 3 Sept 1317)
  53. Emperor Gofushimi, Emperor of Japan (3 Mar 1288 - 6 Apr 1336)
  54. Emperor Kogon, Emperor of Japan (9 Jul 1313 - 7 Jul 1364)
  55. Emperor Suko, Emperor of Japan (22 Apr 1334 - 13 Jan 1398)
  56. Prince Yoshihito, Prince of Fushimi (1351 - 20 Nov 1416)
  57. Prince Sadafusa, Prince of Fushimi (25 Mar 1372 - 29 Aug 1456)
  58. Prince Sadatsune, Prince of Fushimi (19 Dec 1425 - 3 Jul 1474)
  59. Prince Kunitaka, Prince of Fushimi (2 Feb 1456 - 19 Mar 1532)
  60. Prince Sadaatsu, Prince of Fushimi (March 1488 - 25 Jul 1572)
  61. Prince Kunisuke, Prince of Fushimi (20 Mar 1513 - 26 Mar 1563)
  62. Prince Sadayasu, Prince of Fushimi (21 Jan 1547 - 15 Apr 1568)
  63. Prince Kuninobu, Prince of Fushimi (4 Apr 1566 - 25 Nov 1621)
  64. Prince Sadakiyo, Prince of Fushimi (1596 - 4 Jul 1654)
  65. Prince Sadayuki, Prince of Fushimi (27 May 1632 - 18 May 1694)
  66. Prince Kuninaga, Prince of Fushimi (28 Mar 1676 - 21 Oct 1726)
  67. Prince Sadatake, Prince of Fushimi (21 Dec 1700 - 22 Jul 1754)
  68. Prince Kuniyori, Prince of Fushimi (28 Oct 1733 - 7 Sept 1802)
  69. Prince Sadayoshi, Prince of Fushimi (10 Dec 1775 - 21 Jan 1841)
  70. Prince Kuniie, Prince of Fushimi (24 Oct 1802 - 5 Aug 1872)
  71. Prince Asahiko, Prince of Kuni (28 Jan 1824 - 21 Oct 1891)
  72. Prince Naruhiko, Prince of Higashikuni (3 Dec 1887 - 20 Jan 1990)

皇族附武官

代数 階級 氏名 期別 前職 後職 備考
1913.02.14 1915.01.25 松田祐作 陸士生徒10
1915.01.25 1916.11.05 柴山重一 陸士8
1916.11.05 1920.02.16 隈岡邦彦 陸士10
1920.02.16 1922.08.15 溝口直亮 陸士10
1922.08.15 1924.12.15 蒲穆 陸士12
1924.12.15 1930.03.06 安田銕之助 陸士22
1930.03.06 1933.08.01 高瀬啓治 陸士38
1933.08.01 1936.12.01 南部外茂起 陸士26
1935.12.02 1938.04.30 長次郎吉 陸士30
1936.12.01 1940.09.04 長谷川努 陸士28
1939.01.13 1939.07.06 八里知道 陸士31
1939.07.06 1941.11.13 杉田一次 陸士37
1940.09.04 藤田和孝 陸士32
1941.11.13 1942.04.23 加藤丈夫 陸士39
1942.04.23 1942.11.25 杉田一次 陸士37
1943.06.21 1945.07.15 杉田一次 陸士37


Japanese Imperial House
New creation
Prince of Higashikuni
1906 - 1947
abolished
military assignment
Preceded by
Yamada Otozo
General Commander of Mainland Air Defense
9 Dec 1941 - 15 Apr 1945
dissolved
Preceded by
Suzuki Kantaro
Prime Minister of Japan
17 Aug 1945 - 9 Oct 1945
Succeeded by
Shidehara Kijuro
Preceded by
Anami Korechika
Minister of Army
(acting)

17 Aug 1945 - 23 Aug 1945
Succeeded by
Shimomura Sadamu