Yamamoto Gonnohyōe

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Yamamoto Gonnohyōe
山本権兵衛
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Prime Minister of Japan
In office
2 September 1923 – 7 January 1924
Monarch Hirohito (Regent)
Preceded by Uchida Kōsai (Acting)
Succeeded by Kiyoura Keigo
In office
20 February 1913 – 16 April 1914
Monarch Taishō
Preceded by Katsura Tarō
Succeeded by Ōkuma Shigenobu
Personal details
Born 26 Oṣù Kọkànlá, 1852(1852-11-26)
Kagoshima, Ryūkyū (now Japan)
Died 8 Oṣù Kejìlá, 1933 (ọmọ ọdún 81)
Political party Independent
Awards Order of the Chrysanthemum (Collar and Grand Cordon)
Order of the Golden Kite (1st class)
Order of St Michael and St George (Honorary Knight Grand Cross)
Military service
Allegiance Empire of Japan
Service/branch Imperial Japanese Navy
Years of service 1879–1928
Rank Admiral
Battles/wars Boshin War
First Sino-Japanese War
Russo-Japanese War
Láàrin orúkọ ará Japan yìí, orúkọ ìdílé ni Yamamoto.

Admiral Count Yamamoto Gonbee, GCMG (山本 権兵衛 Yamamoto Gonbee/Gonnohyōe?, 26 November 1852–8 December 1933), also called Gonnohyōe[1] je Alakoso Agba orile-ede Japan tele.


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  1. The name Gonnohyōe was originally invented by a Shinto priest during a prayers at a ship launching ceremony which Yamamoto attended; he liked the profound sound of the name so much that he adopted it thereafter.