Terauchi Masatake

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Field Marshal Count Terauchi Masatake 寺内正毅 (5 Feb 1852JOS / 24 Feb 1852GC - 7 Nov 1919) was a Japanese politician, Prime minister, Military officer, and peer.

History

date rank title job
7 May 1883 Military Attache in France
17 Jul 1885 Order of return
7 Jan 1886 Vice Chief of Secretary office, Ministry of Army
1 Mar 1886 Secretary, Minister of Army
19 Apr 1886 Secretary, Minister of Army / Deputy Commandant, Army Toyama School
16 Jun 1887 acting Commandant, Military Academy
16 Nov 1887 Colonel, Infantry Commandant, Military Academy
15 Jun 1891 Chief of Staff, 1st Division
9 Sept 1892 Chief, 1st Bureau, General Staffs
9 Sept 1894 Director of Transportation and Communication, Joint General Staff
27 Aug 1894 Major General
18 Jun 1895 Chief, 1st Bureau, General Staffs
20 Aug 1895 Baron
31 Mar 1896 Attendant, General Staffs
14 Oct 1896 Commander, 3rd Infantry Brigade
22 Jan 1898 Inspector General
18 Feb 1898 Inspector General / acting Commandant, Military Academy
1 Oct 1898 Lieutenant General
23 Dec 1898 Inspector General
25 Apr 1900 Vice Director, General Staffs
18 Feb 1901 Vice Director, General Staffs / acting Commandant, Military College
27 Mar 1902 Minister of Army
17 Mar 1904 Minister of Army / Inspector General
9 May 1905 Minister of Army
21 Nov 1906 General
21 Sep 1907 Viscount
30 May 1910 Minister of Army / High Commissioner to Korea
1 Oct 1910 Minister of Army / Governor General of Korea
21 Apr 1911 Count
6 Sept 1911 Military Councillor / Governor General of Korea
24 Jun 1916 Field Marshal
9 Oct 1916 Prime minister / Minister of Foreign Affairs / Minister of Finance
21 Nov 1916 Prime minister / Minister of Finance
16 Dec 1916 Prime minister
29 Sept 1918 resigned
3 Nov 1919 Grand Cordon
7 Nov 1919 died (67)

relations


peerage in Japan
New creation
Baron Terauchi
20 Aug 1895 - 21 Sept 1907
promoted
promoted
Viscount Terauchi
21 Sept 1907 - 21 Apr 1911
promoted
promoted
Count Terauchi
21 Apr 1911 - 7 Nov 1919
Succeeded by
Terauchi Hisaichi
military assignment
reorganization
Inspector General
20 Jan 1898 - 25 Apr 1900
Succeeded by
Nozu Michitsura
Preceded by
Osako Naotoshi
Vice Director, General Staffs
25 Apr 1900 - 27 Mar 1902
Succeeded by
Tamura Iyozo
Preceded by
Nozu Michitsura
Inspector General
17 Mar 1904 - 9 May 1905
Succeeded by
Nishi Kanjiro
political assignment
Preceded by
Kodama Gentaro
Minister of Army
(First Katsura Administration)

27 Mar 1902 - 7 Jan 1906
reappointed
reappointed
Minister of Army
(First Saionji Administration)

7 Jan 1906 - 11 Jul 1908
reappointed
reappointed
Minister of Army
(Second Katsura Administration)

11 Jul 1908 - 6 Sept 1911
Succeeded by
Ishimoto Shinroku
Preceded by
Hayashi Tadasu
Minister of Foreign Affairs (acting)
(Second Katsura Administration)

14 Jul 1908 - 27 Aug 1908
Succeeded by
Komura Jutaro
Preceded by
Sone Arasuke
High Commissioner to Korea
30 May 1910 - 1 Oct 1910
Reformed
New creation
Governor General of Korea
1 Oct 1910 - 14 Oct 1916
Succeeded by
Hasegawa Yoshimichi
Preceded by
Okuma Shigenobu
Prime Minister of Japan
(Terauchi Administration)

9 Oct 1916 - 29 Sept 1918
Succeeded by
Hara Takashi
Preceded by
Ishii Kikujiro
Minister of Foreign Affairs (acting)
(Terauchi Administration)

9 Oct 1916 - 21 Nov 1916
Succeeded by
Motono Ichiro
Preceded by
Taketomi Tokitoshi
Minister of Finance (acting)
(Terauchi Administration)

9 Oct 1916 - 16 Dec 1916
Succeeded by
Shoda Kazue