Yamanashi Hanzo

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General Yamanashi Hanzo 山梨半造 (1 Mar 1864JOS / 6 Apr 1864GC - 2 Jul 1944) was a Japanese military officer, politician.

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History

date rank title job
6 Mar 1904 Staff, Second Army
18 Jul 1905 Chief of Staff, 3rd Division
20 Dec 1905 Military Attache to Austria
12 Jan 1907 Military Attache to Germany
13 Nov 1907 Colonel, Infantry
10 Jan 1908 Deputy Commandant, Military College
30 Nov 1910 Commander, 51st Infantry Regiment
6 Sept 1911 Major General Commander, 30th Infantry Brigade
5 Mar 1912 Commander, 1st Infantry Brigade
24 Apr 1912 Chief, Administration Bureau, General Staffs
16 Aug 1914 Chief of Staff, 18th Division
21 Jan 1916 Director, Office of Inspectorate General
2 May 1916 Lieutenant General
10 Oct 1918 Vice Minister of Army
1 Aug 1920 Vice Minister of Army / Director, Air Office, Ministry of Army
9 Jun 1921 Minister of Army
19 Dec 1921 General
6 Sept 1923 Military Councillor
20 Sept 1923 Military Councillor / Commander, Martial Law in Kanto
16 Nov 1923 Commander of Tokyo Security
20 Aug 1924 Military Councillor
1 May 1925 Wait for appointment
25 May 1925 Reserve
10 Dec 1927 Governor General of Korea
17 Aug 1929 resigned
2 Jul 1944 died (80)


Preceded by
Yamada Ryuichi
Vice Minister of Army
10 Oct 1918 - 9 Jun 1921
Succeeded by
Ono Minobu
Preceded by
Tanaka Giichi
Minister of Army
9 Jun 1921 - 2 Sept 1923
Succeeded by
Tanaka Giichi
Preceded by
Saito Makoto
Governor General of Korea
10 Dec 1927 - 17 Aug 1929
Succeeded by
Saito Makoto