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The first U.S. tank versus tank combat to occur in World War II, began on 22 December 1941, when a platoon of five brand new M3 Stuart light tanks from "B" company, 192nd Tank Battalion led by Lieutenant Ben R. Morin engaged the Imperial Japanese Army...read more

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It is considered one of the best light tanks in 1935, being armed with a 37 mm cannon, and powered by a diesel engine, a fuel considered by some to be superior due to its low volatility. On these footage you can watch a Ha-Go light tank running tests before Khalkhin-Gol reenactment on the...read more

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The Ha-go was the Japanese tank most commonly encountered by allied forces during the Second World War. It was used by the Japanese in China and through the course of the Pacific War. The Type 95 tank was used in combat against China and Russia, as well as fully participating in operations in...read more

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From this Summer, the Australian War Memorial (AWM) has on display two new rare  light tanks or tankettes of the Imperial Japanese Army and of the Italian Royal Army. The first of them is a Italian tankette, type Carro Veloce L.3/33, that was captured in North...read more

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