Kawamura Tatsuzo

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Rear Admiral Kawamura Tatsuzo 河村達蔵 (30 Aug 1882 - 18 Feb 1968) was Japanese naval officer. 30th class of Naval Academy (20th place out of 187 graduates).

History

date rank title job
30 Aug 1882 born
14 Dec 1902 Midshipman Crew, Matsushima
8 Sept 1903 Crew, Kasagi
28 Dec 1903 Sublieutenant
12 Jan 1905 Lieutenant JG
27 Mar 1905 Crew, Taichu-maru
2 Sept 1905 Member, First Fleet
12 Dec 1905 acting Division commander, Manshu-maru
3 Jul 1906 acting Division commander, Tsugaru
5 Apr 1907 acting Chief Navigator / acting Division commander, Takao
28 Sept 1907 Lieutenant Chief Navigator / Division commander, Takao
15 Jan 1908 Chief Navigator, Takao
20 Nov 1908 Student, B-course, Naval College
19 May 1909 Student, Specific course, Naval College
1 Dec 1909 Chief Navigator, Suma
1 Dec 1910 Chief Navigator / Division commander, Suma
5 Aug 1911 Chief Navigator, Kasagi
1 Dec 1912 Lt Commander Chief Navigator, Iwate
1 Apr 1913 Inspector, Kure Naval Yard
1 Apr 1916 Staff, Shipping Bureau, Ministry of Navy (4th Section)
1 Dec 1917 Commander
1 Oct 1920 Staff, Supply Bureau, Ministry of Navy (1st Section)
1 Dec 1920 Executive officer, Fuso
20 Nov 1921 acting Commanding officer, Tatsuta
1 Dec 1921 Captain Commanding officer, Tatsuta
29 May 1922 Commanding officer, Yahagi
1 Dec 1922 Chief, 2nd Section, Hydrographic Command
10 Nov 1923 Chief, 1st Section, Hydrographic Command
9 Dec 1925 Chief, 1st Section, Hydrographic Command / Instructor, Naval College
15 Jun 1926 Attendant, Naval General Staff
20 Jul 1926 official trip to US, Europe
1 Dec 1926 Rear Admiral
12 May 1927 return
15 Jun 1927 Wait for appointment
1 Jul 1927 reserved
30 Aug 1940 deactivated
1 Apr 1941 reserved
1 Apr 1945 retired
18 Feb 1968 died (85)


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Specific Service Paymaster Surgeon Apothecary Dentist Shipbuilder Ordnance Engine-Builder Hydrography Technology Justice Band
Navy Reserve Deck Engineer
Civilians Secretary Clerk Coordinator Judge Teacher Interpreter Editor Jail Master Engineer Attorney


30th class of Naval Academy
AdmiralHyakutake Gengo
Vice AdmiralHamano Eijiro, Ijichi Kiyohiro, Imamura Shinjiro, Matsuura Matsumi, Matsuyama Shigeru, Shigeoka Nobujiro, Usui Kuni, Yuchi Shusei
Rear AdmiralFujii Kensuke, Hashimoto Saisuke, Honjuku Naojiro, Ikeda Tanin, Ishikawa Kiyoshi, Kaneko Yozo, Kanoe Saburo, Kawamura Tatsuzo, Kiyoto Tokuya, Kondo Naokata, Kose Taihachi, Mashiko Rokuya, Miyasaka Sukejiro, Morita Minoru, Mukoda Kinichi, Nakajima Gonkichi, Nakayama Tomonobu, Okamoto Ikuo, Sato Minokichi, Sugiura Masao, Tachi Meijiro, Takasaki Chikateru, Tanaka Isamu, Taoka Katsutaro, Tokiwa Morie, Tokuda Inosuke