Bukichi Miki (三木 武吉 Miki Bukichi, 15 August 1884 - 4 July 1956) was a Japanese politician. He was a close friend and ally of Ichiro Hatoyama, and was the key figure in carrying out the "conservative merger" that resulted in the formation of the Liberal Democratic Party. Miki's nicknames included "the heckling general", "the wily schemer", and "the great tanuki of Japanese politics".

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  • 三木 武吉(みき ぶきち、1884年(明治17年)8月15日 - 1956年(昭和31年)7月4日)は、日本の政治家。鳩山一郎の盟友で、自由民主党結党による保守合同を成し遂げた最大の功労者。「ヤジ将軍」「策士」「政界の大狸」などの異名を取った。 (ja)
  • Bukichi Miki (三木 武吉 Miki Bukichi, 15 August 1884 - 4 July 1956) was a Japanese politician. He was a close friend and ally of Ichiro Hatoyama, and was the key figure in carrying out the "conservative merger" that resulted in the formation of the Liberal Democratic Party. Despite being a powerful conservative politician in the Taisho and Showa eras, Miki remarkably never held any cabinet post. He still has a high reputation as the archetype of a behind-the-scenes power broker, and at the zenith of their power there were times when both Kanemaru Shin and Hiromu Nonaka were openly complimented by Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone for having "surpassed Bukichi Miki". Miki's nicknames included "the heckling general", "the wily schemer", and "the great tanuki of Japanese politics". (en)
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  • 1884-8-15
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  • 1956-07-04 (xsd:date)
  • 1956-7-4
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  • Member of the House of Representatives for various Kagawa Prefecture districts
  • Member of the House of Representatives for various Tokyo districts
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  • Shigeru Yoshida
  • "conservative merger" with Liberal Party
  • Ichiro Hatoyama
  • Takeji Yatsunami
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  • New political party
  • Shoju Koyama
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  • Bukichi Miki in 1924
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  • Japanese
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  • 三木 武吉
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  • Lawyer
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  • Kaneko
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  • President of the Liberal Democratic Party
  • Secretary General of the Kenseikai
  • Chairman of the Executive Council of the Liberal Party
  • Chairman of the Executive Council of the Democratic Party
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  • 1924 (xsd:integer)
  • 1945 (xsd:integer)
  • 1954 (xsd:integer)
  • 1955 (xsd:integer)
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  • Japanese politician (en)
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  • 三木 武吉(みき ぶきち、1884年(明治17年)8月15日 - 1956年(昭和31年)7月4日)は、日本の政治家。鳩山一郎の盟友で、自由民主党結党による保守合同を成し遂げた最大の功労者。「ヤジ将軍」「策士」「政界の大狸」などの異名を取った。 (ja)
  • Bukichi Miki (三木 武吉 Miki Bukichi, 15 August 1884 - 4 July 1956) was a Japanese politician. He was a close friend and ally of Ichiro Hatoyama, and was the key figure in carrying out the "conservative merger" that resulted in the formation of the Liberal Democratic Party. Miki's nicknames included "the heckling general", "the wily schemer", and "the great tanuki of Japanese politics". (en)
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  • 三木武吉 (ja)
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  • Bukichi Miki (en)
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