Matsudaira Taro

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In this Japanese name, the family name is "Matsudaira".

Matsudaira Tarō (松平 太郎?, 1839 – May 24, 1909) was Commander-in-Chief of the Army (陸軍奉行並) under the Minister of the Army Katsu Kaishū, during the Bakumatsu period of Japanese history, and later became vice-president (Japanese:副総裁) of the Republic of Ezo during the Boshin War. He was particularly in charge of Internal Affairs and Foreign Relations.