From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In this Japanese name, the family name is "Kabayama".
Kabayama received a doctorate in civil law from Yale University in 1893. He was later the Chief of the Cabinet Secretariat of the Second Yamamoto administration (1923-1924). He became a member of the House of Peers in 1924.
- Hunter, Janet. (1984). Concise dictionary of modern Japanese history, p. 278.
- Obituary Record of the Graduates of Yale University Deceased During the Year 1940–1941. 255: Yale University. 1942.
- National Diet Library, Portraits of Modern Japanese Historical Figures, Kabayama Sukehide