Toyoda Teijiro

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Admiral Toyoda Teijiro 豊田貞次郎 (7 Aug 1885 - 21 Nov 1961) was a Japanese Naval officer. 33rd class of Naval Academy (1st place out of 171 graduates).

History

date rank title job
7 Aug 1885 born
28 Nov 1905 Midshipman Crew, Itsukushima
31 Aug 1906 Crew, Katori
20 Dec 1906 Sublieutenant Crew, Chitose
20 Dec 1907 Crew, Yayoi
20 Apr 1908 Student, Basic course, Naval Gunnery School
31 Jul 1908 Student, Basic course, Naval Torpedo School
25 Sept 1908 Lieutenant JG
20 Jan 1909 Crew, Shikishima
17 Nov 1909 Member, Training Fleet
16 Jul 1910 Crew, Satsuma
1 Dec 1910 Lieutenant Student, B-course, Naval College
22 May 1911 Student, Advanced course, Naval Gunnery School
1 Dec 1911 Resident in UK
15 Jul 1914 Order of return
27 Oct 1914 Attendant, Naval General Staff
1 Feb 1915 Division commander, Hiei
13 Dec 1915 Staff, 4th Squadron
1 Dec 1916 Lt Commander
13 Apr 1917 Staff, Third Task Fleet
1 Dec 1917 Student, A-course, Naval College
1 Dec 1919 Member, Yokosuka Naval District / Staff, Naval Education Command (Work in Naval Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Navy)
5 May 1920 Staff, Naval Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Navy
1 Dec 1920 Commander
1 Apr 1923 Member, Yokosuka Naval District
1 May 1923 Executive officer, Kongo
1 Nov 1923 Attendant, Naval General Staff
10 Nov 1923 Naval Attache to UK / Chief Supervisor, Shipping and Ordnance
1 Dec 1924 Captain
1 Dec 1926 Order of return
5 Apr 1927 Naval Attache to UK / Chief Supervisor, Shipping and Ordnance, Naval Shipping Command
9 Apr 1927 Attendant, Naval General Staff
26 Apr 1927 Plenipotentiary retinue to Disarmament Conference in Geneva
28 Sept 1927 return
15 Nov 1927 Commanding officer, Abukuma
10 Dec 1928 Commanding officer, Yamashiro
5 Oct 1929 Attendant, Naval General Staff / Attendant, Ministry of Navy
12 Nov 1929 Plenipotentiary retinue to Disarmament Conference in London
1 Dec 1930 Rear Admiral Chief of Staff, Yokosuka Naval District
10 Oct 1931 Attendant, Naval General Staff / Attendant, Ministry of Navy
2 Nov 1931 Director, Naval Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Navy / Member of Admirals' Committee
12 May 1932 Attendant, Naval Aviation Command
15 Nov 1932 Director, Hiro Naval Yard
10 May 1934 Chief, Administration Division, Naval Shipping Command
15 Nov 1935 Vice Admiral
15 Feb 1936 Director, Kure Naval Yard
1 Dec 1937 Commander-in-chief, Sasebo Naval District
15 Nov 1938 Director, Naval Aviation Command
30 Aug 1939 Director, Naval Aviation Command and Naval Shipping Command / Member of Admirals' Committee
21 Oct 1939 Director, Naval Aviation Command
6 Sept 1940 Vice Minister of Navy / Member of Admirals' Committee / Director, Naval Aviation Command
1 Oct 1940 Vice Minister of Navy / Member of Admirals' Committee
4 Apr 1941 Admiral
reserved
Minister of Commerce and Industry
18 Jul 1941 Minister of Foreign Affairs / Minister of Cultivation
18 Oct 1941 discharged
18 Mar 1943 Consultant, Cabinet
7 Apr 1945 Minister of Military Supply / Minister of Transport and Communications
11 Apr 1945 Minister of Military Supply
17 Aug 1945 discharged
15 Oct 1945 Member of House of Council
8 Mar 1946 resigned
21 Nov 1961 died (76)


military assignment
Preceded by
Shiozawa Koichi
CinC, Sasebo Naval District
1 Dec 1937 - 15 Nov 1938
Succeeded by
Nakamura Kamezaburo
Preceded by
Yamamoto Isoroku
Director, Naval Aviation Command
15 Nov 1938 - 1 Oct 1940
Succeeded by
Inoue Shigeyoshi
Preceded by
Shiozawa Koichi
Director, Naval Shipping Command
30 Aug 1939 - 21 Oct 1939
Succeeded by
Toyoda Soemu
Preceded by
Sumiyama Tokutaro
Vice Minister of Navy
5 Sept 1940 - 4 Apr 1941
Succeeded by
Sawamoto Yorio
political assignment
Preceded by
Kobayashi Ichizo
Minister of Commerce and Industry
4 Apr 1941 - 18 Jul 1941
Succeeded by
Sakonji Seizo
Preceded by
Matsuoka Yosuke
Minister of Foreign Affairs
18 Jul 1941 - 18 Oct 1941
Succeeded by
Togo Shigenori
Preceded by
Akita Kiyoshi
Minister of Cultivation
18 Jul 1941 - 18 Oct 1941
Succeeded by
Togo Shigenori
Preceded by
Yoshida Shigeru
Minister of Military Supply
7 Apr 1945 - 17 Aug 1945
Succeeded by
Nakajima Chikuhei
Preceded by
Maeda Yonezo
Minister of Transport and Communications
7 Apr 1945 - 11 Apr 1945
Succeeded by
Kobiyama Naoto


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