A captured Vickers 6-ton Mk. E Type B light tank, Shanghai, China, circa 1937-1938

Caption     A captured Vickers 6-ton Mk. E Type B light tank, Shanghai, China, circa 1937-1938 ww2dbase
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Photos at Same Place Shanghai, China
Added By C. Peter Chen

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1. Bob Kunkel says:
20 Mar 2016 04:53:28 PM

This is a Vickers 6 Ton Tank. Captured by the Japanese from the Chinese. Turret has shoert 47mm Canon as well as a machine gun that is liquid cooled.
2. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
21 Mar 2016 06:35:33 AM

Thanks Bob Kunkel for correcting the identification of the tank

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