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OTA Hisamoto
 
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Rikkyo Archives
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Assistant Professor
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博士(文学) ( 立教大学 )
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Academic Year 2021
Campus Career*
  • 4 2020 - Present 
    Rikkyo Archives   Assistant Professor
 

Research Areas

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Japanese history  / 軍事史

Research History

  • 4 2020 - Present 
    Rikkyo University   Rikkyo Archives

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  • 4 2018 - Present 
    Tokai University   School of Letters

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  • 9 2018 - 3 2020 
    Rikkyo University

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  • 9 2017 - 3 2019 
    北海道科学大学   非常勤教員

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Misc.

  • Interrelations between Ministry and Staff in the restructuring of Imperial Japanese Navy operations

    OTA Hisamoto

    Shigaku zasshi124 ( 2 ) 210 - 236   2 2015

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:The Historical Society of Japan  

    In 1933 the Imperial Japanese Navy went through a comprehensive restructuring of its organization, through the process of revising its Naval General Staff Regulations and Protocol for Naval Ministry-Staff Liaison Affairs. What these revisions amounted to was the Naval General Staff attaining autonomy from a system formerly dominated by the Naval Ministry. Although we find some mention of these revisions in the research to date on the Imperial Navy, the relative inavailability of source materials has hindered any full-scale, detailed treatment of the subject. Here the author attempts to fill the existing gaps by offering a more detailed account of the response of the Navy's top mind's in an analysis of the information offered by the diary of Iwamura Seiichi, then senior adjutant in the Naval Ministry. In time of war with the establishment of Imperial Headquarters, the Naval General Staff was to be the agency for implementing IH's naval functions, while during peacetime, the Ministry was in charge of naval affairs. Although there was dissatisfaction within the ranks concerning such an arrangement, the Ministry refused to address the problem, thus maintaining the status quo. However, the situation began to change surrounding the issue of supreme command raised at the first London Naval Disarmament Conference of 1930. Over the issue of troop strength, the Naval General Staff demanded that the Ministry make concessions, resulting in the implementation in 1933 of measures expanding the authority of the Naval General Staff. These revisions were particularly important for the issues of troop strength and who controlled the flow of military developments. The former issue, which was the source of attacks on the government from the Seiyukai Party and right-wing organization, had not been provided for in the existing Liaison Affairs Protocol; however, provisions were made as the result of a proposal submitted by the Chief of Staff and successful negotiations with the Minister of the Navy. Control over the flow of military developments had been in peacetime part of the Naval General Staff's regimental command authority. For example, when the need arose to protect Japanese citizens residing abroad, the Naval Minister would request the despatch of troops and after cabinet approval, the Naval General Staff would begin strategy planning under the leadership of the Naval Minister. However, following the Protocol revisions, the Naval General Staff was permitted to propose troop deployment independently. In other words, within the revision process, the Naval General Staff was able for the first time to establish autonomous authority over naval affairs.

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  • 軍事史関係史料館探訪(77)平和祈念展示資料館

    太田 久元

    軍事史学50 ( 2 ) 155 - 159   9 2014

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  • 特集クローズアップ 日本海軍 主要航空機一覧 (特集 陸海軍航空部隊 : 全史)

    太田 久元, 鈴木 隆春

    歴史読本57 ( 8 ) 158 - 169   8 2012

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:新人物往来社  

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  • 書評 黒澤文貴・河合利修編『日本赤十字社と人道援助』

    太田 久元

    東アジア近代史 ( 13 ) 197 - 199   3 2010

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:ゆまに書房  

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  • 「大角人事」再考

    太田 久元

    立教史学 ( 1 ) 89 - 103   1 2010

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:立教大学大学院文学研究科史学研究室  

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  • The problems of succession to Navy Minister Takarabe Takeshi after the London naval conference with a focus on Osumi Mineo

    太田 久元

    The Journal of military history45 ( 2 ) 24 - 40   9 2009

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  • The Imperial Navy's Foreign Policy after Japanese Secession from the League of Nations in 1933

    Ohta Hisamoto

    Shien67 ( 2 ) 39 - 62   20 3 2007

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Books and Other Publications

  • 戦間期の日本海軍と統帥権

    太田 久元( Role: Sole author)

    吉川弘文館  1 2017  ( ISBN:9784642038621

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  • 日本海軍史の研究

    海軍史研究学会, 田中 宏巳, 横山 久幸, 駄場 裕司, 太田 久元, 影山 好一郎, 坂口 太助, 相澤 淳, 荒川 憲一, 新津 光彦, 鈴木 隆春, 熊谷 直, 馮 青

    吉川弘文館  2014  ( ISBN:9784642038409

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