Itō Hirobumi

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Itō Hirobumi
伊藤 博文
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1st, 5t, 7t, an 10t Prime Meenister o Japan
In office
19 October 1900 – 10 Mey 1901
Monarch Meiji
Precedit bi Yamagata Aritomo
Succeeded by Saionji Kinmochi (Actin)
In office
12 Januar 1898 – 30 Juin 1898
Monarch Meiji
Precedit bi Matsukata Masayoshi
Succeeded by Ōkuma Shigenobu
In office
8 August 1892 – 31 August 1896
Monarch Meiji
Precedit bi Matsukata Masayoshi
Succeeded by Kuroda Kiyotaka (Acting)
In office
22 December 1885 – 30 Aprile 1888
Monarch Meiji
Precedit bi Poseetion established
Succeeded by Kuroda Kiyotaka
Resident General o Korea
In office
21 December 1905 – 14 Juin 1909
Monarch Meiji
Precedit bi Position established
Succeeded by Sone Arasuke
Personal details
Born 16 October 1841(1841-10-16)
Tsukari, Suo Province, Japan
Deed 26 October 1909(1909-10-26) (agit 68)
Harbin, Manchuria, Cheenae
Naitionality Japan
Poleetical pairty Friends o Constitutional Govrenment (1900–1909)
Ither poleetical
affiliations
Independent (Afore 1900)
Spoose(s) Itō Umeko
Alma mater Varsity College Lunnon
Occupation Govrenment
Signatur

Prince Itō Hirobumi, GCB[1] (伊藤 博文?, 16 October 1841 – 26 October 1909, an aa cried Hirofumi/Hakubun an Shunsuke in his youth) wis a samurai o Chōshū domain, Japanese statesman, fower time Prime Meenister o Japan (the 1st, 5t, 7t an 10t), genrō an Resident-General o Korea. Itō wis assassinatit bi Korean naitionalist An Jung-geun.[2] The politeecian, intellectual, an author Suematsu Kenchō wis Itō's son-in-law, havin married his seicont dauchter, Ikuko.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. London Gazette
  2. Dudden, Alexis (2005). Japan's Colonization of Korea: Discourse and Power. University of Hawaii Press. ISBN 0-8248-2829-1.