Type 95 Ha-Go

Empire of Japan (1933-1945) Light Tank – 1,100-2,375 Built During the early nineteen thirties, the continually growing Japanese military was in need of a new tank. This vehicle was to have good mobility with sufficient firepower to be able to follow and support infantry and cavalry units. From these requests, a new vehicle, named Type…

Otsu-Gata Sensha (Renault NC in Japanese Service)

Empire of Japan (Late 1920s) Light Tank – 10 Purchased In the early 1920s, Imperial Japan noted that their tank arm was in need of updating. Japan had not had much experience with tanks prior to this. In 1918, Japan received a number of the British made Medium Mark A ‘Whippet’ tanks, followed by the…