Saito Makoto (Admiral)

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Admiral Viscount Saito Makoto 斎藤実 (27 Oct 1858JOS / 2 Dec 1858GC - 26 Feb 1936) was a Japanese politician, Prime minister, Naval officer, and peer.

History

date rank title job
9 Aug 1879 Midshipman
8 Sep 1882 Sublieutenant
25 Feb 1884 Lieutenant JG
14 Jul 1886 Lieutenant
20 Dec 1893 Lt Commander
1 Dec 1897 Commander
27 Dec 1897 Captain
10 Nov 1898 Vice Minister of Navy
12 Nov 1898 Vice Minister of Navy / acting Member of Admirals' Committee
12 Jan 1900 Vice Minister of Navy / acting Member of Admirals' Committee / acting Director, Naval Construction Command
20 May 1900 Rear Admiral Chief Administrator of Navy / Director, Naval Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Navy / Member of Admirals' Committee / Director, Naval Construction Command
25 Oct 1900 Chief Administrator of Navy / Director, Naval Construction Command / Member of Admirals' Committee
5 Nov 1903 Chief Administrator of Navy / Member of Admirals' Committee / Director, Naval Construction Command
5 Dec 1903 Vice Minister of Navy / Member of Admirals' Committee / Director, Naval Construction Command
3 Feb 1904 Vice Minister of Navy / Director, Naval Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Navy / Member of Admirals' Committee / Director, Naval Construction Command
6 Jun 1904 Vice Admiral
7 Jan 1905 Vice Minister of Navy / Director, Naval Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Navy / Director, Naval Shipping Command / Director, Naval Education Command
/ Member of Admirals' Committee / Director, Naval Construction Command
7 Nov 1905 Vice Minister of Navy / Director, Naval Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Navy / Director, Naval Shipping Command / Member of Admirals' Committee
/ Director, Naval Construction Command
20 Dec 1905 Vice Minister of Navy / Director, Naval Shipping Command / Member of Admirals' Committee / Director, Naval Construction Command
7 Jan 1906 Minister of Navy
21 Sep 1907 Baron
16 Oct 1912 Admiral
16 Apr 1914 Waiting for appointment
11 May 1914 Reserve
12 Aug 1919 Active Governor General of Korea
9 Apr 1925 Viscount
10 Dec 1927 resigned
11 Dec 1927 Deactivated
17 Dec 1927 Privy Councillor
17 Nov 1928 Retire
17 Aug 1929 Governor General of Korea
17 Jun 1931 resigned
26 May 1932 Prime minister / Minister of Foreign Affairs
6 Jul 1932 Prime minister
3 Mar 1934 Prime minister / Minister of Education
8 Jul 1934 resigned
26 Dec 1935 Lord Privy Seal
26 Feb 1936 assassinated (77)

reference


Preceded by
Ito Toshiyoshi
Vice Minister of Navy
10 Nov 1898 - 20 May 1900
reorganization
reorganization
Chief Administrator of Navy
20 May 1900 - 5 Dec 1903
reorganization
Preceded by
Arima Shinichi
Director, Naval Shipping Command
27 Oct 1903 - 10 Jan 1906
Succeeded by
Ijuin Goro
reorganization
Vice Minister of Navy
5 Dec 1903 - 7 Jan 1906
Succeeded by
Kato Tomozaburo
Preceded by
Arima Shinichi
Director, Naval Education Command
7 Feb 1905 - 7 Nov 1905
Succeeded by
Misu Sotaro
Preceded by
Yamamoto Gombei
Minister of Navy
7 Jan 1906 - 16 Apr 1914
Succeeded by
Yashiro Rokuro
Preceded by
Hasegawa Yoshimichi
Governor General of Korea
12 Aug 1919 - 10 Dec 1927
Succeeded by
Yamanashi Hanzo
Preceded by
Yamanashi Hanzo
Governor General of Korea
17 Aug 1929 - 17 Jun 1931
Succeeded by
Ugaki Kazushige
Preceded by
Takahashi Korekiyo
Prime Minister of Japan
26 May 1932 - 8 Jul 1934
Succeeded by
Okada Keisuke
Preceded by
Yoshizawa Kenkichi
Minister of Foreign Affairs
(acting)

26 May 1932 - 6 Jul 1932
Succeeded by
Uchida Yasuya
Preceded by
Makino Nobuaki
Lord Privy Seal
26 Dec 1935 - 26 Feb 1936
Succeeded by
Yuasa Kurahei