Tanaka Giichi

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General Baron Tanaka Giichi 田中義一 (22 Jun 1864JOS / 25 Jul 1864GC - 29 Sept 1929) was a Japanese politician, Prime minister, military officer, and peer.

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History

date rank title job
20 Jun 1904 Staff, Manchuria Army
27 Dec 1905 Chief, Operation Division, General Staffs
1 May 1907 Commander, 3rd Infantry Regiment
13 Nov 1907 Colonel, Infantry
28 Jan 1909 Chief, Military Section, Military Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Army
30 Nov 1910 Major General Commander, 2nd Infantry Brigade
1 Sept 1911 Director, Military Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Army
23 Dec 1912 Commander, 2nd Infantry Brigade
10 Aug 1914 Attendant, General Staffs
4 Oct 1915 Lieutenant General Vice Chief of General Staffs
29 Sept 1918 Minister of Army
7 Sept 1920 Baron
7 Jun 1921 General
9 Jun 1921 Wait for appointment
30 Aug 1921 Military Councillor
2 Sept 1923 Minister of Army
7 Jan 1924 Military Councillor
9 Apr 1925 Reserve
29 Jan 1926 Member of House of Lords
20 Apr 1927 Prime minister / Minister of Foreign Affairs
2 Jul 1929 resigned
29 Sept 1929 died (65)

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Preceded by
Akashi Motojiro
Vice Chief of General Staffs
4 Oct 1915 - 29 Sept 1918
Succeeded by
Fukuda Masataro
Preceded by
Oshima Kenichi
Minister of Army
25 Sept 1918 - 9 Jan 1921
Succeeded by
Yamanashi Hanzo
Preceded by
Yamanashi Hanzo
Minister of Army
2 Sept 1923 - 7 Jan 1924
Succeeded by
Ugaki Kazushige
Preceded by
Wakatsuki Reijiro
Prime Minister of Japan
20 Apr 1927 - 2 Jul 1929
Succeeded by
Hamaguchi Osachi
Preceded by
Shidehara Kijuro
Minister of Foreign Affairs
20 Apr 1927 - 2 Jul 1929
Succeeded by
Shidehara Kijuro
Preceded by
Suzuki Kisaburo
Minister of Interior
(acting)

4 May 1928 - 23 May 1928
Succeeded by
Mochizuki Keisuke