Koiso Kuniaki was born in April 1, 1880 in small city called Utsunomiya Japan. He was a Japanese army general and prime minister during World War ll
Here’s a little bit about his history
In 1990, he graduated from the Army Academy at the top of his class.
Koiso went on to become Chief of Bureau of Military Affairs, and in 1932 he became vice-minister of war.
Later on, he took over and became commander of the 5th division and Chief of Staff Kantor Gun.
Kanto Gun was a military operation in China.
From 1935 to 1938, he was a commander in Chief. His role as a commander involved directing military operations in Korea.
In 1939 and 1940, he served as a minister to oversee affairs in Hiranume and Yanal respectively.
At the beginning of World War II, Koiso returned to Korea where he took over the role of governor-general.
In 1944, when the fall of Tojo cabinet happened, he was entrusted with the country’s prime minister position to pursue his war effort.
In April 1945, he resigned when the US troops landed in Okinawa. He was sentenced to life in prison because of his association with war crimes.