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Governor of the South Pacific Mandate

The following is a list of the Governors of the League of Nations South Pacific Mandate, administered by the Empire of Japan.

Commanders of Interim Southern Islands Defense Unit

# Name From To
1 Tatsuo Matsumura December 28, 1914 August 6, 1915
2 Kichitaro Togo August 6, 1915 December 1, 1916
3 Masujiro Yoshida December 1, 1916 December 1, 1917
4 Yasujiro Nagata December 1, 1917 December 1, 1919
5 Kojoro Nozaki December 1, 1919 April 1, 1922

Head of Civil Affairs Bureau

# Name From To
1 Toshiro Tezuko July 1, 1918 April 1, 1922

Governors

# Name From To
1 Toshiro Tezuko April 1, 1922 April 4, 1923
2 Gosuke Yokota April 4, 1923 October 11, 1931
3 Mitsusada Horiguchi October 12, 1931 November 21, 1931
4 Kazuo Tawara November 21, 1931 February 5, 1932
5 Masayuki Matsuda February 5, 1932 August 4, 1933
6 Hisao Hayashi August 4, 1933 September 19, 1936
7 Kenjiro Kitajima September 19, 1936 April 9, 1940
8 Shunsuke Kondo April 9, 1940 November 5, 1943
9 Ishiro Hosokaya November 5, 1943 February 2, 1944

See also

External links

  • World Statesmen - Palau
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