Shirakawa Yoshinori

From Wiki31en
Jump to: navigation, search

General Baron (post.) Shirakawa Yoshinori 白川義則 (12 Dec 1868JOS / 24 Jan 1869GC - 26 May 1932) was a Japanese Military officer, politician. Ennobled posthumously.

History

date rank title job
27 Oct 1905 Staff, Personnel Bureau, Ministry of Army
26 Dec 1909 Colonel, Infantry Commander, 34th Infantry Regiment
15 Jun 1911 Chief of Staff, 11th Division
30 Sept 1913 Commander, Central China Expeditionary Unit
10 Aug 1915 Major General Commander, 9th Infantry Brigade
18 Aug 1916 Director, Personnel Bureau, Ministry of Army
15 Jan 1919 Lieutenant General Commandant, Military Academy
11 Mar 1921 Commander, 11th Division
15 Aug 1922 Commander, 1st Division
20 Oct 1922 Vice Minister of Army
10 Mar 1923 Vice Minister of Army / Director, Army Air Division
5 Aug 1923 Vice Minister of Army
10 Oct 1923 Commander, Kwantung Army
28 Mar 1925 General
28 Jul 1926 Military Councillor
20 Apr 1927 Minister of Army
2 Jul 1929 Military Councillor
25 Feb 1932 Commander, Shanghai Expeditionary Army
25 May 1932 Baron died from wound in action (63)

relations


military assignment
Preceded by
Kojima Sojiro
Vice Minister of Army
20 Oct 1922 - 10 Oct 1923
Succeeded by
Ugaki Kazushige
Preceded by
Ono Minobu
Commander, Kwantung Army
10 Oct 1923 - 28 Jul 1926
Succeeded by
Muto Nobuyoshi
political assignment
Preceded by
Ugaki Kazushige
Minister of Army
(Tanaka G. Administration)

20 Apr 1927 - 2 Jul 1929
Succeeded by
Ugaki Kazushige