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|30 Nov 1929||[[Vice Admiral (Japanese Navy)|Vice Admiral]]||||Director, [[Yokosuka Naval Yard (Japanese Navy)|Yokosuka Naval Yard]]
 
|30 Nov 1929||[[Vice Admiral (Japanese Navy)|Vice Admiral]]||||Director, [[Yokosuka Naval Yard (Japanese Navy)|Yokosuka Naval Yard]]
 
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|10 Jun 1930||||||Director, [[Naval Shipping Command (Japanese Navy)|Naval Shipping Command]] / Member of [[Admirals' Comittee (Japanese Navy)|Admirals' Comittee]]
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|10 Jun 1930||||||Director, [[Naval Shipping Command (Japanese Navy)|Naval Shipping Command]] / Member of [[Admirals' Committee (Japanese Navy)|Admirals' Committee]]
 
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|1 Jun 1932||||||[[Vice Minister of Navy (Japan)|Vice Minister of Navy]] / Member of [[Admirals' Comittee (Japanese Navy)|Admirals' Comittee]]
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|1 Jun 1932||||||[[Vice Minister of Navy (Japan)|Vice Minister of Navy]] / Member of [[Admirals' Committee (Japanese Navy)|Admirals' Committee]]
 
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|10 May 1934||||||Commander-in-chief, [[Kure Naval District (Japanese Navy)|Kure Naval District]]
 
|10 May 1934||||||Commander-in-chief, [[Kure Naval District (Japanese Navy)|Kure Naval District]]

Revision as of 05:46, 10 January 2020

Admiral Fujita Hisanori 藤田尚徳 (30 Oct 1880 - 23 Jul 1970) was a Japanese Naval officer. 29th class of Naval Academy (15th place out of 125 graduates).

History

date rank title job
30 Oct 1880 born
14 Dec 1901 Midshipman
23 Jan 1903 Sublieutenant
13 Jul 1904 Lieutenant JG
5 Aug 1905 Lieutenant
1 Dec 1911 Lt Commander
1 Dec 1916 Commander
1 Dec 1920 Captain
1 Dec 1925 Rear Admiral
30 Nov 1929 Vice Admiral Director, Yokosuka Naval Yard
10 Jun 1930 Director, Naval Shipping Command / Member of Admirals' Committee
1 Jun 1932 Vice Minister of Navy / Member of Admirals' Committee
10 May 1934 Commander-in-chief, Kure Naval District
1 Apr 1936 Admiral
1 Dec 1936 Military Councillor
1 Apr 1939 Waiting for appointment
5 Apr 1939 reserved
27 Aug 1943 Chief Priest, Meiji Shrine
29 Aug 1944 Great Chamberlain
3 May 1946 resigned
23 Jul 1970 died (89)


military assignment
Preceded by
Kobayashi Seizo
Director, Naval Shipping Command
10 Jun 1930 - 1 Jun 1932
Succeeded by
Sugi Masato
Preceded by
Sakonji Seizo
Vice Minister of Navy
1 Jun 1932 - 10 May 1934
Succeeded by
Hasegawa Kiyoshi
Preceded by
Nakamura Ryozo
CinC, Kure Naval District
10 May 1934 - 1 Dec 1936
Succeeded by
Kato Takayoshi
court assignment
Preceded by
Hyakutake Saburo
Great Chamberlain
29 Aug 1944 - 3 May 1946
Succeeded by
Ogane Masujiro