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lets start the Japanese relics list, breakout those pictures
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 02, 2006 5:16 am
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Pierre, copy these over for another PDF list if you like and thanks for what your doing...I might have a couple more......
Remember, Roy Lingle says "right click on the photos and select 'save as' and you will see the location ....AJ2


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I really like Japanese armor!

You must at least give them an 'E' for effort!
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This is a good starting point, although they oddly missed Quantico's Ho-Ro (in storage since the old museum closed):

www.armourarchive.co.u...panese.pdf

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- armyjunk2
Pierre, copy these over for another PDF list if you like


Please let me just finish the Hetzer / G13 one and this will be the next one...

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- Neil_Baumgardner
This is a good starting point, although they oddly missed Quantico's Ho-Ro (in storage since the old museum closed)
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Pierre, Take your time, I was just in the mood to scan some pictures...the great time killer. AJ2
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Taranov, do you have any other pictures from the Quantico storage? DO you have any pics of their M2A3 light tank?

Also, how recent are those pictures and if I may ask how did you arrange for the access? I've been trying to get to see the storage facility to no avail...

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Taranov, do you have any other pictures from the Quantico storage?


It's photos from Washington Armor Club page, right now closed... 16 shots total.
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Ah, thank you internet archive (Type 4 Ho-Ro):

web.archive.org/web/20...unpage.htm

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Type 97 Tankette, Camp San Luis Obispo, CA

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here is another tank, this one is in honolulu, glen williford took the picture yesterday

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I started to read Trevor Larkum's PDF and to look for pictures, but for some tanks, it is near to impossible to find any pic : a Type 95 Ha-Go and some Type 97 Chi-Ha in the Shumshu Island, Kuril Islands, Russia...

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Maybe we could all chip in and send me there, I will be glad to take pictures and post them when I get home.........
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 07, 2006 6:03 pm
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Yeah, that's at the Army Museum

www.hawaiiweb.com/oahu...museum.htm

at Waikiki, Oahu.

I'll have to scan some photos of when we were there in 2001. Pics of the Arizona Memorial, lunch on the Missouri and other photos.
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Here are several more Japanese tanks these come from Akira Takizawa in Japan. Is Shumshu Island, Kuril Islands, Russia a different place than Shimushu Island, or another spelling for the same place? Remember, Roy Lingle says "right click on the photos and select 'save as' and you will see the location ....AJ2


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