Type 95 Ha-Go
Photo was taken on July 11, 2009, Poklonnaya Gora, Moscow.
Place of origin Empire of Japan
Weight 7,400 kilograms
Length 4.38 m
Width 2.06 meters
Height 2.18 meters
armamentType 94 37 mm gun
armamentType 91 6.5 mm machine gun
or 2 x Type 97 7.7 mm machine gun
EngineMitsubishi NVD 6120 air-cooled diesel
120 hp (89 kW) 
Speed45 km/h (road)
The Type 95 Ha-Gō (九五式軽戦車 ハ号 Kyugoshiki keisensha Ha-Gō?) (also known as the Type 97 Ke-Go) was a light tank used by the Imperial Japanese Army in combat operations of the Second Sino-Japanese War and the Second World War. Although it was very slow for a light tank, it proved sufficient against opposing infantry in campaigns in Manchuria and China, as the Chinese National Revolutionary Army had very few tanks or anti-tank weapons to oppose them. However, the Type 95 lacked the armor or armament of contemporary Allied tanks, and was regarded as obsolete by the start of World War II. More than 2,000 units were produced.  It was also used by Imperial Japanese Navy SNLF detachments in Pacific areas during conflict.
Picture added on 10 September 2010 at 12:35