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Question 1: He was appointed to the House of Peers in the ________ in 1930, and became President of the South Manchuria Railway Company in 1931.
Diet of JapanSupreme Assembly of TajikistanCongress of the PhilippinesNational Assembly of Thailand

Question 2: He served as acting Prime Minister of Japan twice – once after the assassination of Prime Minister Hara, and again after the sudden death of Prime Minister Kato, immediately before the ________.
Odawara, KanagawaKanagawa Prefecture1923 Great Kantō earthquakeTokyo

Question 3: He was featured on the cover of ________, September 5, 1932 edition, which also contained an article on his stance vis-à-vis the League of Nations.
National ReviewNewsweekTime (magazine)The New Yorker

Question 4: Appointed as ambassador to the Empire of Russia just before the ________, Uchida returned to Japan to serve as Foreign Minister again from 1918 to 1923 under the Hara, Takahashi, and Kato administrations.
Russian Provisional GovernmentOctober RevolutionVladimir LeninRussian Civil War

Question 5: He served as Japanese foreign minister from 1911 to 1912 under the 2nd ________ administration.
Inukai TsuyoshiUchida KosaiSaionji KinmochiItō Hirobumi

Question 6: He died of illness 15 days after the ________.
Saionji KinmochiMitsumasa YonaiFebruary 26 IncidentKuniaki Koiso

Question 7: After studying English for two years at ________, Uchida moved to Tokyo Imperial University, graduating from its law school.
Kwansei Gakuin UniversityTohoku Gakuin UniversityDoshisha UniversityAteneo de Manila University

Question 8: After graduation, Uchida entered the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and served as ambassidor to Qing dynasty China, then as ambassador to ________, and then to the United States.
German EmpireAustria–HungaryOttoman EmpireHoly Roman Empire

Question 9: Under his third term as Foreign Minister, from 1932 to 1933, during the Saito Makoto administration, he called for the formal diplomatic recognition of Manchukuo, and later called for Japan's withdrawal from the ________.
United Nations Trusteeship CouncilParis Peace Conference, 1919United Nations DayLeague of Nations


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