Field Marshal Prince

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Imperial Japanese Army General Staff Office - Organization - Chiefs of The Army General Staff
... For example, the rank of Field Marshal existed only 1872/3 and from 1898 on ... Date Name 24 ... December 1878 – 4 September 1882 Field Marshal Count Yamagata Aritomo 4 ... September 1882 – 13 February 1884 Field Marshal Oyama Iwao 13 ... February 1884 – 22 December 1885 ...
Marshal - Fiction - Fantasy - Other
... In Mercedes Lackey's fictional country of Valdemar, one of the country's most important ranks is that of Lord Marshal. ...
1947 Coup Group (Thailand) - Membership
... The coterie's leading members were Field Marshal Sarit Thanarat, commander of the Bangkok-based First Division, Police General Phao Siyanon, the powerful chief of police ...
Marshal Of Poland
... Marshal of Poland (Marszałek Polski) is the highest rank in the Polish Army ... At present, this rank is equivalent to a Field Marshal or General of the Army (OF-10) in other NATO armies ...
Prince Higashifushimi Yorihito - Early Life
... as seventeenth (and posthumous) son of Prince Fushimi Kuniye, head of the Fushimi-no-miya, one of the shinnōke branches of the Imperial Family of Japan, which were ... He was a younger half-brother of Field Marshal Prince Komatsu Akihito, Prince Kuni Asahiko, General Prince Kitashirakawa Yoshihisa, Field Marshal Prince Kan'in Kotohito and Field ... Originally styled "Prince Fushimi Sadamaro", he was adopted into the Yamashina-no-miya household in 1869, followed by the Komatsu-no-miya house in 1885 ...

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