The First General Army remained active for several months after the surrender of Japan to help maintain public order until the arrival of the American occupation forces, and to oversee the final demobilization and dissolution of the Imperial Japanese Army.
|1||Field Marshal Gen Sugiyama||7 April 1945||12 September 1945|
|2||General Kenji Doihara||14 September 1945||23 September 1945|
|3||General Yoshijiro Umezu||23 September 1945||1 October 1945|
|4||General Masamitsu Kawabe||1 October 1945||30 November 1945|
|1||Lieutenant General Einosuke Sudo||6 April 1945||30 October 1945|
Researchers from General Army Hospital of Athens provide details of new studies and findings in the area of gallbladder cancer therapy.
Aug 05, 2008; Fresh data on gallbladder cancer are presented in the report 'Gallbladder cancer.' "Gallbladder cancer (GC) is a relatively rare...
Study findings from General Army Hospital of Athens, Department of Internal Medicine provide new insights into thalassemia therapy.
Feb 22, 2010; Researchers detail in 'Hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis due to deferasirox in a patient with beta thalassemia major,' new data...