Terauchi Hisaichi

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Field Marshal Count Terauchi Hisaichi 寺内寿一 (8 Aug 1879 - 12 Jun 1946) was a Japanese military officer, and peer.

History

date rank title job
25 Jul 1919 Colonel, Infantry Commander, 3rd Guard Infantry Regiment
7 Nov 1919 Count
10 Jan 1922 Chief of Staff, Guard Division
4 Feb 1924 Major General Commander, 19th Infantry Brigade
2 Mar 1926 Attendant, 1st Division Headquarter
26 Aug 1927 Chief of Staff, Korea Army
1 Aug 1929 Lieutenant General Commander, Independent Defense Unit
1 Aug 1930 Commander, 5th Division
9 Jan 1932 Commander, 4th Division
1 Aug 1934 Commander, Taiwan Army
30 Oct 1935 General
2 Dec 1935 Military Councillor
9 Mar 1936 Minister of Army
2 Feb 1937 Military Councillor
9 Feb 1937 Military Councillor / Inspector General
26 Aug 1937 Commander, North China Area Army
9 Dec 1938 Military Councillor
6 Nov 1941 Commander-in-Chief, Southern Expeditionary Army
21 Jun 1943 Field Marshal
12 Jun 1946 died (66)

relations


peerage in Japan
Preceded by
Terauchi Masatake
Count Terauchi
7 Nov 1919 - 12 Jun 1946
abandoned
military assignment
Preceded by
Sugiyama Hajime
Inspector General
9 Feb 1937 - 26 Aug 1937
Succeeded by
Hata Shunroku
New creation
Commander, North China Area Army
26 Aug 1937 - 9 Dec 1938
Succeeded by
Sugiyama Hajime
New creation
CinC, Southern Expeditionary Army
6 Nov 1941 - end of war
dissolved
political assignment
Preceded by
Kawashima Yoshiyuki
Minister of Army
9 Mar 1936 - 2 Feb 1937
Succeeded by
Nakamura Kotaro