Tojo Hideki

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General Tojo Hideki 東條英機 (30 Dec 1884 - 23 Dec 1948) was a Japanese politician, Prime minister, military officer.

在任

History

date rank title job
23 Mar 1926 Senior Staff, Military Section, Military Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Army
8 Mar 1928 Chief, Mobilization Section, Mobilization Bureau, Ministry of Army
10 Aug 1928 Colonel, Infantry
1 Aug 1929 Commander, 1st Infantry Regiment
1 Aug 1931 Chief, Organization and Mobilization Section, Administration Bureau, General Staffs
18 Mar 1933 Major General Attendant, General Staffs
1 Aug 1933 Chief, Army Research Division
5 Mar 1934 Deputy Commandant, Military Academy
1 Aug 1934 Commander, 24th Infantry Brigade
1 Aug 1935 Attendant, 12th Division
21 Sept 1935 Commander, Kwantung Military Police Unit
1 Dec 1936 Lieutenant General
1 Mar 1937 Chief of Staff, Kwantung Army
30 May 1938 Vice Minister of Army
18 Jun 1938 Vice Minister of Army / Director, Army Air Command
10 Dec 1938 Inspector General of Aviation / Director, Army Air Command
22 Jul 1940 Minister of Army
18 Oct 1941 General Prime minister / Minister of Army / Minister of Interior
17 Feb 1942 Prime minister / Minister of Army
1 Nov 1943 Prime minister / Minister of Army / Minister of Military Supply
21 Feb 1944 Prime minister / Minister of Army / Minister of Military Supply / Chief of General Staffs
18 Jul 1944 Prime minister / Minister of Army / Minister of Military Supply
22 Jul 1944 Reserve resigned
23 Dec 1948 executed (63)


military assignment
Preceded by
Umezu Yoshijiro
Vice Minister of Army
30 May 1938 - 10 Dec 1938
Succeeded by
Yamawaki Masataka
Preceded by
Hata Shunroku
Minister of Army
22 Jul 1940 - 22 Jul 1944
Succeeded by
Sugiyama Hajime
Preceded by
Sugiyama Hajime
Chief of General Staffs
21 Feb 1944 - 18 Jul 1944
Succeeded by
Umezu Yoshijiro
political assignment
Preceded by
Konoe Fumimaro
Prime Minister of Japan
18 Oct 1941 - 22 Jul 1944
Succeeded by
Koiso Kuniaki
Preceded by
Tanabe Harumichi
Minister of Interior
(acting)

18 Oct 1941 - 17 Feb 1942
Succeeded by
Yuzawa Michio
Preceded by
Togo Shigenori
Minister of Foreign Affairs
(acting)

1 Sept 1942 - 17 Sept 1942
Succeeded by
Tani Masayuki