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Location DB > Guam > Guam and Saipan > Various Locations > World War Two Ruins > Saipan > 120H-030.jpg

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Mitsubishi tank in jungle. I was really surprise to see how small these were.
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Posted by Kimmo 10/16/2004 11:30 AM | remove
  Yes they were very small, well suited for jungle warfare, supporting infantry, but not much hope even against US Sherman.
Posted by GC Intercept 10/21/2004 1:36 PM | remove
  I read somewhere that they had a real job stopping the tracks falling off when they turned sharply.
Posted by Vulp 1/24/2005 9:33 PM | remove
  If it was really small, it's probably a Type 95 light tank
Posted by Duke 3/21/2005 6:24 AM | remove
  bout the size of the tank from Metal Slug
Posted by 'Dukes 4/7/2005 10:16 PM | remove
  The Japanese never had to concern themselves with developing tanks for major conflicts , so this is an old design.
But the Sherman's size liability in Europe became a blessing here. And they modded the hell out them (flamethrower, e.t.c.)
Imagine a German Tiger trying to navigate through the jungle?
I think they would get stuck real quick at their weight.
Posted by ngamer007 4/26/2005 5:04 AM | remove
  Nice find
Posted by Tupsumato 5/14/2005 12:15 PM | remove
  "Imagine a German Tiger trying to navigate through the jungle?"

I imagine a German Tiger navigating through the jungle. Through...
Posted by Kimmo 6/13/2005 4:42 AM | remove
  Actually the Japanese bought a German Tiger tank and a Panther tank, but those were not shipped to Japan. I wonder where they were going to use those two tanks?
Posted by lopix 6/15/2005 6:36 PM | remove
  wonderful pic
Posted by Jonsered 4/12/2006 8:58 PM | remove
  Type 95 Ha-Go. Nice little medium tank.
Posted by Shawn W. 1/28/2007 2:05 AM | remove
  If that's medium, I'd hate to see what their small tanks looked like.
Posted by Stewie 4/6/2007 12:21 PM | remove
  wagons with wheels and a front mounted shot gun?
Posted by Stewie 4/6/2007 12:21 PM | remove
  *wonders why he typed "wagons with wheels"*
Posted by logtec 3/13/2008 7:59 AM | remove
  nice

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