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Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go captured by Chinese Communists

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Type 95 light tank Ha-Go 1st Prototype, before the weight reduction modification

Type 95 Ha-Go file photo [7744]

japanese type 95 ha go light tank - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

Type 95 Ha-Go tanks destroyed by an Australian 2-pounder anti-tank gun during the Battle of Muar in the Malayan Campaign.

Left side view

Type 95 light tank Ha-Go Prototype, after the weight reduction modification, 1934

Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go (Ke-Go) tank - The Type 95 Ha-Go was a Japanese light tank used during World War II and the Second Sino-Japanese War.

The Almost War of 1938-1939: Russia and Japan's Nearly Forgotten Battle

Imperial Japanese Army Light Tank Type 95 “Ha-go” 九五式軽

Type 95 So-Ki in regular Japanese livery.

Imperial Japanese Army Light Tank Type 95 “Ha-go” 九五式軽

Rear-side view of Type 95 Ha-Go Manchuria model

In actual fact, the vehicle has no fixed weapons, much like the Type 95 So-Ki.

One of six Ha-Go tanks destroyed by an Australian OQF 2-pounder anti-tank gun in the Battle of Muar. The escaping tank crew were killed by Allied infantry.

Type 95 on display at the United States Army Ordnance Museum, front view

1942 - Dead Japanese lay next to their knocked-out Type 95 Ha-Go

Type 95 So-Ki of the PLA, on display in a museum in Beijing

Japanese with the captured Chinese German made Pz.Kpfw.I Ausf.A tank

(Functional Type 95 Ha-Go tank of the Royal Thai Army in 2010.)

Type 95 So-Ki of the People's Liberation Army, on display in the PLA Tank museum in Beijing. Note the damage on the right of the large hull hatch.

The Australian War Memorial's Type 95 during restoration in 2012

It is also the last WWII Japanese-made tank still on official inventory in any of the world's armies. Below is the Ha-Go being driven by a Thai soldier in ...

Type 97 Chi-Ha in the Great Patriotic War Museum 5-jun-2014

Type 97 Shinhoto Chi-Ha at the Beijing military museum

It is believed that this was part of an inaccurate restoration using a gun captured in the Korean War.

(Above: A dissected Type 95 tank gun captured by the US Army in WWII, and a diagram of it's AP ammunition provided to the Thais by the Japanese during the ...

Marine General Thomas Watson and Japanese Type 95 Ha Go Tank, Saipan 1944.

O-Ho heavy tank

The Imperial Japanese Army produced two Type 4 Chi-To medium-heavy tanks on a trial basis near the end of World War II, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Type 99[edit]

A light tank covered a Chinese retreat in Nanjing, China for many hours on 12 Dec 1937 before being captured by the Japanese, photo 2 of 2

Type 95 light tank, 2nd Company, 7th Tank Regiment, Luzon, Philippines, December 1941

KMT Panzer I Ausf.As armed with DP or DT machine guns, abandoned in

Imperial Japanese Army Light Tank Type 95 “Ha-Go” 九五式軽

A Type 99 tank at the China People's Revolution Military Museum.

Type 97 Chi-Ha, front-angle view with IJA officer

Tanks in the Japanese Army

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It is believed that this was part of an inaccurate restoration using a gun captured in the Korean War. Source: “The Tank Division of the Chinese People's ...

A light tank covered a Chinese retreat in Nanjing, China for many hours on 12 Dec 1937 before being captured by the Japanese, photo 1 of 2

Russian troops inspecting large numbers of captured Type 95 "Ha-Go" tanks during the advance against Japanese forces in 1945

Chinese Captured type-95. US_APG_262.jpg

World War II Images — Japanese tank Type 95 Ha-Go [Source]

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Between 20 Vickers Mark E Type Bs were imported by the Chinese Nationalists. All were destroyed by the Japanese in the Battle of Shanghai,

Undated, unlocated, possibly (according to an inference from the source) Northeast China, circa 8th February, 1946.

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Chinese markings on Vickers-Carden-Loyd Light Amphibious Tanks.

(Turret of a Ha-Go preserved at the Royal Thai Army's Ft. Narai facility. This shows the moveable gun mantle, and also some of the vision slits.

Knocked out Type 95 So-Ki. Unknown date and location.

Several Type 95-So Ki tankettes linked up to tow a larger load. This photo clearly shows the wheels on the rails. The soldiers appear to be of the ...

Kuomintang (possibly Chinese Collaborationist Army) Renault FT with a 37 mm Manchurian gun.

(Hulk of a Thai Ha-Go with the entire gun and mantle assembly removed, and the rear machine gun missing. This shows how cramped the little turret was.)

(A Ha-Go at Thailand's Special Operations Centre at Ft Narai, showing the commander's butterfly hatch open. There are several Type 95s preserved at Ft Narai ...

Type 95 So-Ki, with passengers riding on top of the vehicle, Manchuria, 1940.

Photograph showing at least 35 Chi-Ha Shinhotos on parade, presumably 1st October 1949

Type 95 So-Ki in Kubinka Tank Museum, Russia.

Type 95 Ha-Go showing a flag signal during maneuvers

Ha-Go 31414 of the PLA

Type 94 TK tankettes of the Tank Division, Fourth Field Army (later renamed 1st Armored Brigade), circa late 1949. The tanks are painted in what I term ' ...

This Type 95 Ha Go (Type 83 Light Tank) was sold to Thailand during the second world war. The camo is new and completely ahistorical, but it would make a ...

Tank Museum (Dorset) – Soviet and Other Relevant Tanks (26.8.2017) – THE SANGHA KOMMUNE

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Type 97 Chi-Ha file photo [7766]

C, 716th Tank Battalion, drives by a smoldering Japanese Type 97 kai Shinhoto Chi-ha medium tank of the 7th Tank Regiment, knocked out during ...

Above-74: The Tank Museum China. Inside the hall. M5A1 Light Tank (United States). Reader comment: Not a Japanese Type 95. This is M5A1.

Type 1 Ho-Ki - Front view of the Type 1 Ho-Ki

A replica of a Type 95 Ha Go Japanese tank, one of 4 constructed for

Type 97 tanks used by the Chinese Communist People's Liberation Army moving into the northeastern Chinese

Type 97 Tankette "Te-Ke"

The scale of tank forces used in the Pacific Theatre was much smaller than the fierce battles which took place across Europe. The outcome of the war in the ...

Mark Felton revisits the nightmare of the Japanese takeover of foreign 'concessions' during World War II.

Type 97 Shinhoto Chi-Ha on display at the Patriot Park complex in Kubinka

Japanese tanker with a Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank, date unknown ...

Type 3 Chi-Nu at the JGSDF Ordnance School, Japan

Type 3 Chi-Nu - Side view of Type 3 Chi-Nu

Even desperate acts such as this could not save Japan from losing the war. Kwantung Army's defeat in August 1945 was the last step in crushing Japanese land ...

A Japanese Type-97 Shinhoto medium tank in the service of the Communist Chinese Army, which would heavily rely on a supply of surrendered Japanese surplus ...

(A preserved Ha-Go in Thailand, showing the rear-facing machine gun and the suspension.)

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First thing. before 1950, China was the theater of a deadly civil war who was making both industry and economy weak. before WW2 The many Warlord that was ...

Type 97 Chi-Ha

Ha-Go - artistic screenshot by user umiraku

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World of Tanks' Britain-themed 8.1 update – unfortunately not titled “Sir, You Are Being Hunted (By Tanks)” – came out just a hair over a week ago, ...

Above-74: The Tank Museum China. Inside the hall. M5A1 Light Tank (United States). Reader comment: Not a Japanese Type 95. This is M5A1.

Inktober day 5, Japanese Type 97 Chi Ha medium tank

Type 97 Chi-Ha tanks during a night training exercise

Japanese Type 97 Chi-Ha assault version with 120mm gun

Above-75: The Tank Museum China. Inside the hall. M5A1 Light Tank (United States). Picture 1/3. Reader comment: Not a Japanese Type 95. This is M5A1.

Japanese Type 90 tank[edit]

Japanese Type 10 tank[edit]

Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go captured by Chinese Communists

Japanese type 95 3.jpg

Type 95 light tank Ha-Go 1st Prototype, before the weight reduction modification

Type 95 Ha-Go file photo [7744]

Type 95 Ha-Go tanks destroyed by an Australian 2-pounder anti-tank gun during the Battle of Muar in the Malayan Campaign.

Left side view

Type 95 light tank Ha-Go Prototype, after the weight reduction modification, 1934

Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go (Ke-Go) tank - The Type 95 Ha-Go was a Japanese light tank used during World War II and the Second Sino-Japanese War.

japanese type 95 ha go light tank - Pin it by GUSTAVO BUESO-JACQUIER

The Almost War of 1938-1939: Russia and Japan's Nearly Forgotten Battle

Imperial Japanese Army Light Tank Type 95 “Ha-go” 九五式軽

Type 95 So-Ki in regular Japanese livery.

Imperial Japanese Army Light Tank Type 95 “Ha-go” 九五式軽

The Imperial Japanese Army produced two Type 4 Chi-To medium-heavy tanks on a trial basis near the end of World War II, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Rear-side view of Type 95 Ha-Go Manchuria model

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In actual fact, the vehicle has no fixed weapons, much like the Type 95 So-Ki.

Type 95 on display at the United States Army Ordnance Museum, front view

One of six Ha-Go tanks destroyed by an Australian OQF 2-pounder anti-tank gun in the Battle of Muar. The escaping tank crew were killed by Allied infantry.

Japanese with the captured Chinese German made Pz.Kpfw.I Ausf.A tank

1942 - Dead Japanese lay next to their knocked-out Type 95 Ha-Go

Type 95 So-Ki of the PLA, on display in a museum in Beijing

Type 95 So-Ki of the People's Liberation Army, on display in the PLA Tank museum in Beijing. Note the damage on the right of the large hull hatch.

(Functional Type 95 Ha-Go tank of the Royal Thai Army in 2010.)

The Australian War Memorial's Type 95 during restoration in 2012

Type 97 Chi-Ha in the Great Patriotic War Museum 5-jun-2014

It is also the last WWII Japanese-made tank still on official inventory in any of the world's armies. Below is the Ha-Go being driven by a Thai soldier in ...

Type 97 Shinhoto Chi-Ha at the Beijing military museum

It is believed that this was part of an inaccurate restoration using a gun captured in the Korean War.

(Above: A dissected Type 95 tank gun captured by the US Army in WWII, and a diagram of it's AP ammunition provided to the Thais by the Japanese during the ...

Marine General Thomas Watson and Japanese Type 95 Ha Go Tank, Saipan 1944.

A light tank covered a Chinese retreat in Nanjing, China for many hours on 12 Dec 1937 before being captured by the Japanese, photo 2 of 2

Type 95 light tank, 2nd Company, 7th Tank Regiment, Luzon, Philippines, December 1941

Japanese tanks of World War II

Type 97 Chi-Ha, front-angle view with IJA officer

Imperial Japanese Army Light Tank Type 95 “Ha-Go” 九五式軽

KMT Panzer I Ausf.As armed with DP or DT machine guns, abandoned in

18221833545_e31de5bfdf_b.jpg

It is believed that this was part of an inaccurate restoration using a gun captured in the Korean War. Source: “The Tank Division of the Chinese People's ...

Chinese Captured type-95. US_APG_262.jpg

Russian troops inspecting large numbers of captured Type 95 "Ha-Go" tanks during the advance against Japanese forces in 1945

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Type 99[edit]

World War II Images — Japanese tank Type 95 Ha-Go [Source]

Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go light tank, abandoned on the foreshore at Tarawa,

A Type 99 tank at the China People's Revolution Military Museum.

lampanginfantrybarracksNorthThai

Between 20 Vickers Mark E Type Bs were imported by the Chinese Nationalists. All were destroyed by the Japanese in the Battle of Shanghai,

Undated, unlocated, possibly (according to an inference from the source) Northeast China, circa 8th February, 1946.

WoT O-I Experimental tier V Japanese heavy tank and game by utrewqas. No wonder that he (or she) get Ace Tanker for this game.

Prototype anti-aircraft tank No. 3 So-Ki

(Turret of a Ha-Go preserved at the Royal Thai Army's Ft. Narai facility. This shows the moveable gun mantle, and also some of the vision slits.

Chinese Cantonese government AA unit with Vickers/Dragons tractor

Knocked out Type 95 So-Ki. Unknown date and location.

Several Type 95-So Ki tankettes linked up to tow a larger load. This photo clearly shows the wheels on the rails. The soldiers appear to be of the ...

Kuomintang (possibly Chinese Collaborationist Army) Renault FT with a 37 mm Manchurian gun.

T-26 tanks of Chinese Nationalist Army during WW2

Chinese markings on Vickers-Carden-Loyd Light Amphibious Tanks.

(Hulk of a Thai Ha-Go with the entire gun and mantle assembly removed, and the rear machine gun missing. This shows how cramped the little turret was.)

(A Ha-Go at Thailand's Special Operations Centre at Ft Narai, showing the commander's butterfly hatch open. There are several Type 95s preserved at Ft Narai ...

Type 95 So-Ki, with passengers riding on top of the vehicle, Manchuria, 1940.

Photograph showing at least 35 Chi-Ha Shinhotos on parade, presumably 1st October 1949

Type 95 at Palau

Type 95 So-Ki in Kubinka Tank Museum, Russia.

Type 95 Ha-Go showing a flag signal during maneuvers

O-Ho heavy tank

Ha-Go 31414 of the PLA

Chinese Type 85-IIM Tank

Type 94 TK tankettes of the Tank Division, Fourth Field Army (later renamed 1st Armored Brigade), circa late 1949. The tanks are painted in what I term ' ...

Tank Museum (Dorset) – Soviet and Other Relevant Tanks (26.8.2017) – THE SANGHA KOMMUNE

glSntTw.jpg

The Gongchen Tank, as discernible by the writing on the side, outside in the

C, 716th Tank Battalion, drives by a smoldering Japanese Type 97 kai Shinhoto Chi-ha medium tank of the 7th Tank Regiment, knocked out during ...

A regular PLA Chi-Ha, on display at the Beijing museum.

Type 97 Chi-Ha file photo [7766]

This Type 95 Ha Go (Type 83 Light Tank) was sold to Thailand during the second world war. The camo is new and completely ahistorical, but it would make a ...

PLA troops, supported by an M5 Stuart light tank, engage Nationalist lines.

Above-74: The Tank Museum China. Inside the hall. M5A1 Light Tank (United States). Reader comment: Not a Japanese Type 95. This is M5A1.

Type 1 Ho-Ki - Front view of the Type 1 Ho-Ki

A replica of a Type 95 Ha Go Japanese tank, one of 4 constructed for

Type 97 Chi-Ha tanks during a night training exercise

Type 97 tanks used by the Chinese Communist People's Liberation Army moving into the northeastern Chinese

Post-civil war propaganda photo of the Gongchen Tank

Type 95 So-Ki turret and upper hull.

Type 97 Tankette "Te-Ke"

Imperial Japanese Army Medium Tank Type 97 “Chi-ha” 九七式中

The scale of tank forces used in the Pacific Theatre was much smaller than the fierce battles which took place across Europe. The outcome of the war in the ...

The PLA captured one in the Huaihai Campaign, and either destroyed or captured two others. The camo scheme suggests that this photo was taken around the ...

Mark Felton revisits the nightmare of the Japanese takeover of foreign 'concessions' during World War II.

M4A2 (Sherman) “012403” of the PLA (specifically, the East China Field Army) in Xuzhou, circa October 1st, 1949, during a local parade for the proclamation ...

Type 2595 “Ha-Go” tanks of armoured unit of Kwantung Army sees during manoeuvres in September 1944.

Japanese tanker with a Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank, date unknown ...

Type 3 Chi-Nu - Side view of Type 3 Chi-Nu

Even desperate acts such as this could not save Japan from losing the war. Kwantung Army's defeat in August 1945 was the last step in crushing Japanese land ...

A Japanese Type-97 Shinhoto medium tank in the service of the Communist Chinese Army, which would heavily rely on a supply of surrendered Japanese surplus ...

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