In the midst of charred, stricken Tokyo Count Yamamoto formed his Cabinet:
Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs—Count Gombei Yamamoto.
Minister of Home Affairs—Baron Shimpei Goto, "Roosevelt of Japan, "ex-Mayor of Tokyo.
Minister of Finance—Junnosuke Inouye, Governor of the Japan Bank.
Minister of the Navy—Admiral Hyo lakarabe.
Minister of War-Tanaka.
Minister of Education—Keijiro Okano.
Minister of Agriculture and Commerce—Baron Kenjiro Den, Governor of Formosa.
Minister of Communications—KiInuka, leader of the former Nationalist Party.
Minister of Railways —Yarnanouchi.
Minister of Justice—Hirayuma.
Count Yamamoto was Premier from February, 1913, to April, 1914, when he was forced to retire owing to certain naval...