Genshin Takano (高野 源進, Takano Genshin, March 15, 1895 – January 4, 1969) was a Japanese lawyer and Home Ministry and Police Bureau government official. He was born in Fukushima Prefecture. He was a graduate of the University of Tokyo. He was governor of Yamanashi Prefecture (1941–1942) and Hiroshima Prefecture from June 10 to October 11, 1945. Following the atomic attack on Hiroshima, Takano took part in the initial rescue work. On October 11, 1945, his term as governor of Hiroshima expired and he was appointed police officer, but was removed from that position in January 1946 by American occupation authorities due to the policy of purging public officials who served during World War II. Later, he worked as a private lawyer.

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  • Hajime Takano (高野 源進, Takano Hajime, 15 mars 1895 - 4 janvier 1969) est gouverneur de la préfecture d'Hiroshima du 10 juin au 11 octobre 1945. À la suite du bombardement atomique sur Hiroshima, il participe aux premières opérations de sauvetage. (fr)
  • 高野 源進(たかの げんしん、明治28年(1895年)3月15日 - 昭和44年(1969年)1月4日)は、日本の内務官僚、弁護士。官僚としては主として警察畑を歩き山梨県知事・警視総監などを歴任したが、特に原爆被災時の(官選)広島県知事を務めたことで知られる。 (ja)
  • Genshin Takano (高野 源進, Takano Genshin, March 15, 1895 – January 4, 1969) was a Japanese lawyer and Home Ministry and Police Bureau government official. He was born in Fukushima Prefecture. He was a graduate of the University of Tokyo. He was governor of Yamanashi Prefecture (1941–1942) and Hiroshima Prefecture from June 10 to October 11, 1945. Following the atomic attack on Hiroshima, Takano took part in the initial rescue work. On October 11, 1945, his term as governor of Hiroshima expired and he was appointed police officer, but was removed from that position in January 1946 by American occupation authorities due to the policy of purging public officials who served during World War II. Later, he worked as a private lawyer. He died of pneumonia. (en)
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  • Hajime Takano (高野 源進, Takano Hajime, 15 mars 1895 - 4 janvier 1969) est gouverneur de la préfecture d'Hiroshima du 10 juin au 11 octobre 1945. À la suite du bombardement atomique sur Hiroshima, il participe aux premières opérations de sauvetage. (fr)
  • 高野 源進(たかの げんしん、明治28年(1895年)3月15日 - 昭和44年(1969年)1月4日)は、日本の内務官僚、弁護士。官僚としては主として警察畑を歩き山梨県知事・警視総監などを歴任したが、特に原爆被災時の(官選)広島県知事を務めたことで知られる。 (ja)
  • Genshin Takano (高野 源進, Takano Genshin, March 15, 1895 – January 4, 1969) was a Japanese lawyer and Home Ministry and Police Bureau government official. He was born in Fukushima Prefecture. He was a graduate of the University of Tokyo. He was governor of Yamanashi Prefecture (1941–1942) and Hiroshima Prefecture from June 10 to October 11, 1945. Following the atomic attack on Hiroshima, Takano took part in the initial rescue work. On October 11, 1945, his term as governor of Hiroshima expired and he was appointed police officer, but was removed from that position in January 1946 by American occupation authorities due to the policy of purging public officials who served during World War II. Later, he worked as a private lawyer. (en)
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  • Genshin Takano (governor of Hiroshima) (en)
  • Hajime Takano (fr)
  • 高野源進 (ja)
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