Muto Nobuyoshi

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Field Marshal Baron (post.) Muto Nobuyoshi 武藤信義 (15 Jul 1868JOS / 1 Sept 1868GC - 27 Jul 1933) was a Japanese Military officer, and peer (posthumously).

History

date rank title job
21 Dec 1908 Chief, Europe and US Section, 2nd Bureau, General Staffs
26 Jan 1911 Colonel, Infantry
18 Dec 1912 Commander, 4th Guard Infantry Regiment
10 Apr 1915 Chief, Operation Section, 1st Bureau, General Staffs
2 May 1916 Major General Commander, 23rd Infantry Brigade
24 Jul 1918 Attendant, General Staffs (Chief of Special Operation Command at Harbin)
9 Nov 1918 Attendant, General Staffs (Chief of Special Operation Command at Omsk)
15 Jan 1919 Chief, 1st Bureau, General Staffs
25 Jul 1919 Lieutenant General Chief, Administration Bureau, General Staffs
5 May 1921 Commander, 3rd Division
24 Nov 1922 Vice Chief of General Staffs
1 May 1925 Military Councillor
2 Mar 1926 General Military Councillor / Commander of Tokyo Security
28 Jul 1926 Commander, Kwantung Army
26 Aug 1927 Inspector General
26 May 1932 Military Councillor
8 Aug 1932 Commander, Kwantung Army / Ambassador of Japan to Manchuria
3 May 1933 Field Marshal
27 Jul 1933 died (66)
6 Aug 1933 Baron


military assignment
Preceded by
Kikuchi Shinnosuke
Vice Chief of General Staffs
24 Nov 1922 - 1 May 1925
Succeeded by
Kanaya Hanzo
Preceded by
Shirakawa Yoshinori
Commander, Kwantung Army
28 Jul 1926 - 26 Aug 1927
Succeeded by
Muraoka Chotaro
Preceded by
Kikuchi Shinnosuke
Inspector General
26 Aug 1927 - 26 May 1932
Succeeded by
Hayashi Senjuro
Preceded by
Honjo Shigeru
Commander, Kwantung Army
8 Aug 1932 - 27 Jul 1933
Succeeded by
Hishikari Takashi