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Japanese Tank Arm (1921-1939)

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 The Japanese Tank Arm (戦車兵科) is often disregarded due to its comparatively "weak" tanks during World War 2. Yet, the Japanese were actually among the leading nations before World War 2 when it came to tank development although they only started in the 1920ies to produce their tanks. In this video we take a look at the development, the background, the Type 95 Ha-Go, the Independent Mixed Brigade and the Nomonhan Incident / Battles of Khalkhin Gol.

Disclaimer: I was invited by the Tank Museum at Bovington to Tankfest 2019.

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