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japanese type 95 ha go light tank - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER
A Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go Light Tank.
Type 3 Medium Tank "Chi-Nu" 1944 This tank was developed in order to cope with M4 Sherman. Its hull is the same of Chi-He and its gun was converted from Type 90 field gun. Chi-Nu was deployed in Japan proper to prevent expected Allied invasion.
A Type 97 “Chi-Ha”
Imperial Japanese Army Light Tank Type 95 “Ha-go” 九五式軽戦車 ハ号
French light infantry tank Char D2 №2055 'Alma' (Alma), May 19, 1940 was destroyed in the village of Crécy-sur-Serre (Crécy-sur-Serre). Machine from the 1st Platoon 345th separate tank company.
a Type 95 Ha-Go light tank in the jungles of malaya
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U.S. soldiers inspect a Type 97 Shinho To "Chi-Ha" among numerous destroyed in vehicles after fighting on Luzon. Shinho To translates to "New Turret"
Imperial Japanese Army Medium Tank Type 97 “Chi-ha Kai”.
Imperial Japanese Army Medium Tank Type 97 “Chi-ha”
mperial Japanese Army Medium Tank Type 3 “Chi-Nu” 三式中戦車 チヌ Armory & NWOBHM
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A Type 97 chi-ha is seen at the IJA Mount Fuji training area, 1940. Submitted by @british-eevee
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Type 2 Ka Mi amphibious tank from 1st Yokosuka Special Naval Landing Forces on Saipan 1944
Japan tank Ha-Go Type 95
U.S.S. Bunker Hill under attack by kamikaze, 11 November 1943.
Japanese Forces - Chi-Nu
Imperial Japanese Army Medium Tank Type 3 “Chi-Nu” 三式中戦車 チヌ
Type 95 Ha-Gō japanese light tank
A Type 95 "Ha-Go" with a crew member
A late variant Type 97 Shinho To “Chi-Ha" medium tank