Count Makino Nobuaki (牧野 伸顕, November 24, 1861 – January 25, 1949) was a Japanese politician and imperial court official. As Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal of Japan, Makino served as Emperor Hirohito’s Chief counselor on the monarch’s position in Japanese society and policymaking. On a broader scale, he significantly contributed to the militarization of Japanese society through his extensive patronage of ultranationalist groups and swaying Hirohito to sanction the Army’s rampant aggression in China. Even after his retirement in 1935, he remained a close advisor to Hirihito through the end of World War II.

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  • Count Makino Nobuaki (牧野 伸顕, November 24, 1861 – January 25, 1949) was a Japanese politician and imperial court official. As Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal of Japan, Makino served as Emperor Hirohito’s Chief counselor on the monarch’s position in Japanese society and policymaking. On a broader scale, he significantly contributed to the militarization of Japanese society through his extensive patronage of ultranationalist groups and swaying Hirohito to sanction the Army’s rampant aggression in China. Even after his retirement in 1935, he remained a close advisor to Hirihito through the end of World War II. (en)
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