Mitsuharu Matsuyama

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Rear Admiral Mitsuharu Matsuyama (松山 光治, 1891–1959) was a senior officer in the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II.[1] He was an observer during the First Battle of Savo Island.[2]


  • Chief, Naval Barracks and Garrison Group, Kure 1941-1942
  • Commanding Officer, 18th Battle Corps, Eastern New Guinea 1942-1943
  • Director, Gunnery School, Tateyama 1943
  • Navy General Headquarters, Tokyo 1943-1944
  • Commanding Officer, 7th Escort Group, South China Sea 1944
  • Member, Grand Escort Fleet, Tokyo 1944-1945
  • Commanding Officer, 105th Battle Corps 1945


  1. ^ 「日本海軍史」 [Naval History of Japan]. 10. 第一法規出版. 1995. ISBN 4474100581. 
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