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Japanese Type 89 I-Go medium tank on the Shanghai-Nanking railroad in China, circa late 1937

Japanese Type 89 I-Go medium tank on the Shanghai-Nanking railroad in China, circa late 1937

Tiger Day 2015 was a great success with over 3000 people visiting.

Khalkhin Gol. "Japanese army tank crew taking a break in the Mongolian steppes." 1939

Khalkhin Gol. "Japanese army tank crew taking a break in the Mongolian steppes." 1939

Japanese troops escorting 450 captured Nanjing policemen, China, 17 Dec 1937; most of them would be executed en masse later that day outside the West Gate of the city wall

[Photo] Japanese troops escorting 450 captured Nanjing policemen, China, 17 Dec 1937; most of them would be executed en masse later that day outside the West Gate of the city wall

Japanese troops escorting 450 captured Nanjing policemen, China, 17 Dec 1937; most of them would be executed en masse later that day outside the West Gate of the city wall

U.S. Marine 1st Lt. Hart H. Spiegal tries to communicate with two very young Japanese soldiers captured during the Battle of Okinawa. June 17, 1945.

U.S. Marine 1st Lt. Hart H. Spiegal tries to communicate with two very young Japanese soldiers captured during the Battle of Okinawa. June 17, 1945.

“June 1951 a British Mk III Centurion tank, painted with US markings runs off the road north of Seoul. A difficult recovery job for the men of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. The Centurion’s 20-pdr gun (the most powerful tank gun used in Korea) was renowned for its accuracy in destroying enemy bunkers, but never met the T-34 in combat in Korea. Note the failed HE penetrations on the side skirts.”

“June 1951 a British Mk III Centurion tank, painted with US markings runs off the road north of Seoul. A difficult recovery job for the men of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. The Centurion’s 20-pdr gun (the most powerful tank gun used in Korea) was renowned for its accuracy in destroying enemy bunkers, but never met the T-34 in combat in Korea. Note the failed HE penetrations on the side skirts.”

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