Everything To Know About The Type 95 Ha-Go Light Tank

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In the early 1930s, wholly domestic tank production in Japan was already in full swing, with the model of choice at the time being the Type 89 I-Go. As of 1933, Japan had formed its first mechanized division, packed full of these tanks, which rolled alongside infantry units. The problem was that, compared to many other tanks that were emerging at the time, the Type 89 was on the slower side. This made it difficult for it to keep up with and support the infantry. Surprisingly, this wasn't seen as a pressing issue by the High Command of the Imperial...