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I have found out that a ( 新高,1904, Captain Kobayashi Kenkura 小林研蔵) commanded the protected cruiser IJN Niitaka as part of the Second Fleet during the Siege of Tsingtao in 1914.

 

By the looks of the kanji this would be the same person, correct? What's the first part say? My literal translator says "New High"!

 

 

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Larry

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1 hour ago, Laurence Strong said:

I have found out that a ( 新高,1904, Captain Kobayashi Kenkura 小林研蔵) commanded the protected cruiser IJN Niitaka as part of the Second Fleet during the Siege of Tsingtao in 1914.

Nice!  :cheers: 

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Just now, Laurence Strong said:

I have found out that a ( 新高,1904, Captain Kobayashi Kenkura 小林研蔵) commanded the protected cruiser IJN Niitaka as part of the Second Fleet during the Siege of Tsingtao in 1914.

 

Yes, this is our guy

https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/新高_(防護巡洋艦)

  • 小林研蔵 中佐:1914年8月13日 - 1914年10月30日
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I have received this on a different forum. It comes from Nishida's "Materials of IJN" site:

Kobayashi Kengo
Eta Jima Class 19 (27/50)
Born - 11 March 1872, Tottori Prefecture
MID - 26 July 1892
KONGO Crew - 26 July 1892 - 10 May 1893
MANJU Crew - 10 May 1893 - 4 April 1894
TSUKUSHI Crew - 4 April 1894 - 19 December 1894
ENS - 19 December 1894
Assistant Division Officer, Kure Naval District Sailor Corps - 19 December 1894 - 6 March 1895
TAKACHIHO Assistant Division Officer - 6 March 1895 - 25 August 1895
KATSURAGI Assistant Division Officer - 25 August 1895 - 27 December 1895
Yokosuka Torpedo Group Member - 27 December 1895 - 31 March 1896
Student at Gunnery Training Center - 31 March 1896 - 9 October 1896
MUSASHI Crew - 9 October 1896 - 15 February 1897
ITSUKUSHIMA Crew - 15 February 1897 - 1 December 1897
LTJG - 1 December 1897
Sasebo Torpedo Corps Member - 1 December 1897 - 1 September 1898
LT - 1 September 1898
YAEYAMA Division Officer - 1 September 1898 - 1 May 1899
Torpedo Boat Commander, 1st Torpedo Boat Group, Yokosuka Torpedo Corps - 1 May 1899 - 6 October 1899
2nd Torpedo Boat Group Member, Yokosuka Torpedo Corps - 6 October 1899 - 15 May 1900
1st Torpedo Boat Group Member, Yokosuka Torpedo Corps - 15 May 1900 - 26 May 1900
Torpedo Boat Commander, Torpedo Boat Group, Kure Torpedo Corps - 26 May 1900 - 6 December 1900
Torpedo Boat Commander, 2nd Torpedo Boat Group, Kure Torpedo Corps - 6 December 1900 - 18 January 1901
Torpedo Boat Commander, 1st Torpedo Boat Group, Kure Torpedo Corps - 18 January 1901 - 1 October 1901
Torpedo Boat Commander, Torpedo Boat Group, Maizuru Torpedo Corps - 1 October 1901 - 12 December 1901
Operations Instructor, Naval Academy / Training Officer, Naval Academy - 12 December 1901 - 26 September 1903
TSUKUBA Division Officer - 12 December 1901 - 28 June 1902
Naval Academy Adjutant - 26 September 1903 - 12 January 1905
LCDR - 12 January 1905
MURASAME CO - 12 January 1905 - 8 February 1906
Naval General Staff - 8 February 1906 - 2 February 1909
1st Fleet Staff - 2 February 1909 - 1 December 1909
CDR - 11 October 1909
TAKACHIHO XO - 11 October 1909 - 2 July 1910
IKI XO / Gunnery School Instructor - 2 July 1910 - 1 December 1910
KURAMA XO / Yokosuka Navy Yard Equipping Officer - 1 December 1910 - 16 January 1911
2nd Fleet Adjutant / 2nd Fleet Staff - 16 January 1911 - 20 April 1912
Yokosuka Naval District Staff / Tokyo Bay Fort Headquarters Staff - 20 April 1912 - 23 May 1913
KONGO Equipping Officer / Naval Shipbuilding Command Equipping Officer - 23 May 1913 - 16 August 1913
KONGO XO - 16 August 1913 - 1 December 1913
Naval Educational Command Staff - 1 December 1913 - 13 August 1914
NIITAKA CO - 13 August 1914 - 30 October 1914
Attached to Navy Department - 30 October 1914 - 11 November 1914
Chief-of-Staff, Temporary Tsingtao Guard District - 11 November 1914 - 30 June 1915
CAPT - 1 December 1914
Yokosuka Naval District Member - 30 June 1915 - 17 July 1915
Chief-of-Staff, Ominato Guard District - 17 July 1915 - 6 November 1916
IZUMO CO - 6 November 1916 - 5 July 1918
2nd Special Task Fleet Assistant Staff - 5 July 1918 - 16 September 1918
Attached to Naval General Staff - 16 September 1918 - 25 September 1918
Chief-of-Staff, Maizuru Naval District - 25 September 1918 - 10 November 1918
Acting ComDesRon 3 - 10 November 1918 - 1 June 1919
RADM - 1 June 1919
ComDesRon 3 - 1 June 1919 - 1 November 1919
Chief-of-Staff, Sasebo Naval District - 1 November 1919 - 1 May 1922
Commander, 1st Expeditionary Fleet - 1 May 1922 - 15 September 1923
Administration Committee Member - 15 September 1923 - 5 February 1924
VADM - 1 December 1923
Waiting for Assignment - 5 February 1924 - 25 February 1924
Reserve Status - 25 February 1924 - 11 March 1934
2nd Reserve Status - 11 March 1934 - 11 March 1939
RETIRED - 11 March 1939
Died - 26 October 1942 (aged 70)

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