One of the last tanks to be produced by the Japanese military, during WWII, was
the Type 3 Chi-Nu. This vehicle was developed in May of 1944 as an improved
version of the Type 97 Chi-Ha line of medium tanks. The word "Chi" stands for
the word "medium tank". Powered by a 240hp Type 100 V-12 diesel engine, and
armed with a Type 3 75mm gun the Chi-Nu was built to match the infamous M4
Sherman. Two-hundred Chi-Nu tanks were built, and deployed to the 4th Armored
Division and other brigades around Japan, but the tanks never saw combat again
the Allie tanks.
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