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A Japanese officer posing with a Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank, date unknownJapanese tanker with a Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank, date unknown
A Japanese officer posing with a Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank, date unknownJapanese tanker with a Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank, date unknown
Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank, date unknownJapanese Type 97 Chi-Ha tank built as a jungle-clearing vehicle, date unknown
Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank, date unknownJapanese Type 97 Chi-Ha tank built as a jungle-clearing vehicle, date unknown
Type 96 Mark 4 Bo radio set inside of a Type 97 Cha-Ha tank, date unknownPoster commemorating the 4th anniversary of the
Type 96 Mark 4 Bo radio set inside of a Type 97 Cha-Ha tank, date unknownPoster commemorating the 4th anniversary of the 'holy crusade' in China, published by the Japanese Army Department, Jul 1941
Japanese Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank in Singapore, 1942Japanese Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank on parade, circa 1942-1943
Japanese Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank in Singapore, 1942Japanese Type 97 Chi-Ha medium tank on parade, circa 1942-1943
Japanese Type 97 Shinhoto Chi-Ha medium tank, circa 1942Destroyed tanks of Japanese 1st Independent Tank Company at the mouth of the Matanikau River, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Oct 1942, photo 1 of 2
Japanese Type 97 Shinhoto Chi-Ha medium tank, circa 1942Destroyed tanks of Japanese 1st Independent Tank Company at the mouth of the Matanikau River, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Oct 1942, photo 1 of 2
Destroyed tanks of Japanese 1st Independent Tank Company at the mouth of the Matanikau River, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Oct 1942, photo 2 of 2Type 97 Shinhoto Chi-Ha / Type 97 Kai medium tank, date unknown
Destroyed tanks of Japanese 1st Independent Tank Company at the mouth of the Matanikau River, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Oct 1942, photo 2 of 2Type 97 Shinhoto Chi-Ha / Type 97 Kai medium tank, date unknown
Type 97 Chi-Ha tank of 1st Tank Division during a night exercise in northeastern China, 2 Jan 1943Japanese Se-Ri tank recovery vehicle, which was built on the chassis of the Type 97 Chi-Ha tank, date unknown
Type 97 Chi-Ha tank of 1st Tank Division during a night exercise in northeastern China, 2 Jan 1943Japanese Se-Ri tank recovery vehicle, which was built on the chassis of the Type 97 Chi-Ha tank, date unknown
Type 97 Chi-Ha tank, 1940sJapanese Type 97 Chi-Ha tank and other vehicles during Operation Ichigo in China, 1944
Type 97 Chi-Ha tank, 1940sJapanese Type 97 Chi-Ha tank and other vehicles during Operation Ichigo in China, 1944
Chinese soldier posing with a captured Japanese Type 97 Shinhoto Chi-Ha medium tank, post warType 3 Chi-Nu, Type 97 Chi-Ha, Type 1 Chi-He, Type 3 Ho-Ni III, and other vehicles in a depot in Japan, circa 1946
Chinese soldier posing with a captured Japanese Type 97 Shinhoto Chi-Ha medium tank, post warType 3 Chi-Nu, Type 97 Chi-Ha, Type 1 Chi-He, Type 3 Ho-Ni III, and other vehicles in a depot in Japan, circa 1946
Captured Type 97 Chi-Ha tank in use by communist Chinese forces, Mukden (now Shenyang), China, late Oct or early Nov 1948Tang Enbo inspecting a military police parade, Shanghai, China, 18 Feb 1949; note captured Japanese Type 97 Chi-Ha tank
Captured Type 97 Chi-Ha tank in use by communist Chinese forces, Mukden (now Shenyang), China, late Oct or early Nov 1948Tang Enbo inspecting a military police parade, Shanghai, China, 18 Feb 1949; note captured Japanese Type 97 Chi-Ha tank

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