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Vehicles of Japanese 2nd Tank Regiment on the move, mid- to late-1930sCaptured Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go tanks being inspected by Soviet troops, Mongolia Area, China, 1938Japanese Type 95 and Type 97 tanks in a town in Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go tanks destroyed by Australian 2-pounder guns in Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942
Vehicles of Japanese 2nd Tank Regiment on the move, mid- to late-1930sCaptured Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go tanks being inspected by Soviet troops, Mongolia Area, China, 1938Japanese Type 95 and Type 97 tanks in a town in Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go tanks destroyed by Australian 2-pounder guns in Malaya, circa Dec 1941-Feb 1942
2 pounder gun of 4th Anti-Tank Regiment of Australian 8th Division on the Muar-Parit Sulong Road, Malaya, 18 Jan 1942; note knocked out Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go tank in distanceJapanese Type 95 Ha-Go light tank knocked out by Australian anti-tank fire during Battle of Muar in Malaya, late Jan 1942Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go light tank knocked out by Australian anti-tank fire during Battle of Muar in Malaya, 28 Jan 1942; note dead crew members nearbyJapanese Type 95 Ha-Go tanks parading through Singapore, Feb 1942
2 pounder gun of 4th Anti-Tank Regiment of Australian 8th Division on the Muar-Parit Sulong Road, Malaya, 18 Jan 1942; note knocked out Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go tank in distanceJapanese Type 95 Ha-Go light tank knocked out by Australian anti-tank fire during Battle of Muar in Malaya, late Jan 1942Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go light tank knocked out by Australian anti-tank fire during Battle of Muar in Malaya, 28 Jan 1942; note dead crew members nearbyJapanese Type 95 Ha-Go tanks parading through Singapore, Feb 1942
Destroyed tanks of Japanese 1st Independent Tank Company at the mouth of the Matanikau River, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Oct 1942, photo 1 of 2Destroyed tanks of Japanese 1st Independent Tank Company at the mouth of the Matanikau River, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Oct 1942, photo 2 of 2Japanese command post after American shelling and attack, Betio, Tarawa Atoll, 21 Nov 1943Wrecks of American LVT landing craft and Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go tank on the invasion beach at Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, Nov 1943
Destroyed tanks of Japanese 1st Independent Tank Company at the mouth of the Matanikau River, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Oct 1942, photo 1 of 2Destroyed tanks of Japanese 1st Independent Tank Company at the mouth of the Matanikau River, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Oct 1942, photo 2 of 2Japanese command post after American shelling and attack, Betio, Tarawa Atoll, 21 Nov 1943Wrecks of American LVT landing craft and Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go tank on the invasion beach at Tarawa, Gilbert Islands, Nov 1943
Jeep mounted with a Browning M1919 machine gun, somewhere in the Pacific, 1943-1945; note hulk of Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go light tankUS Navy Chaplain O. David Herrmann preparing to hold religious service for US Marines on Saipan, Mariana Islands, 24 Jun 1944; note wrecked Type 95 Ha-Go light tank used as altarUS Marines checking out a disabled Japanese tank, Tinian, Mariana Islands, Jul or Aug 1944Wrecked Japanese aircraft and Type 95 Ha-Go light tank, Peleliu, Palau Islands, 1944
Jeep mounted with a Browning M1919 machine gun, somewhere in the Pacific, 1943-1945; note hulk of Japanese Type 95 Ha-Go light tankUS Navy Chaplain O. David Herrmann preparing to hold religious service for US Marines on Saipan, Mariana Islands, 24 Jun 1944; note wrecked Type 95 Ha-Go light tank used as altarUS Marines checking out a disabled Japanese tank, Tinian, Mariana Islands, Jul or Aug 1944Wrecked Japanese aircraft and Type 95 Ha-Go light tank, Peleliu, Palau Islands, 1944
Soldiers of Australian 37/52 Infantry Battalion posing with captured Japanese Type 2 Ka-Mi amphibious tanks, near Lakunai airstrip and Rabaul, New Britain, Solomon Islands, 14 Sep 1945Japanese tank crew bringing a Type 95 Ha-Go light tank to men of Australian 2/4 Armoured Regiment after surrendering Rapopo Airfield, New Britain, Solomon Islands, 28 Sep 1945Japanese Type 2 Ka-Mi amphibious tank coming ashore after trials carried out by members of Australian 2/4 Armoured Regiment in Talili Bay, Rabaul, New Britain, Solomon Islands, 20 Nov 1945Japanese Type 88 75mm anti-aircraft gun on display at the Yushukan Museum on the grounds of the Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo, Japan, 6 Aug 2005; note Type 95 Ha-Go tank in background
Soldiers of Australian 37/52 Infantry Battalion posing with captured Japanese Type 2 Ka-Mi amphibious tanks, near Lakunai airstrip and Rabaul, New Britain, Solomon Islands, 14 Sep 1945Japanese tank crew bringing a Type 95 Ha-Go light tank to men of Australian 2/4 Armoured Regiment after surrendering Rapopo Airfield, New Britain, Solomon Islands, 28 Sep 1945Japanese Type 2 Ka-Mi amphibious tank coming ashore after trials carried out by members of Australian 2/4 Armoured Regiment in Talili Bay, Rabaul, New Britain, Solomon Islands, 20 Nov 1945Japanese Type 88 75mm anti-aircraft gun on display at the Yushukan Museum on the grounds of the Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo, Japan, 6 Aug 2005; note Type 95 Ha-Go tank in background

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