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Development of Japanese tanks in World War II: Quiz


Question 1: Armament was a Type 90 57 mm gun, along with one (later two) Type 91 6.5 mm ________.
M2 Browning machine gunMachine gunAssault rifleFirearm

Question 2: In addition, the terrain of ________ and the islands of the Pacific were in general not suited to armored warfare, being largely tropical rainforest.
SingaporeSoutheast AsiaPhilippinesMalaysia

Question 3: With their defeat by the ________ at Nomonhan in 1939, the Japanese began to rethink their tank designs and doctrine, although the emphasis remained on infantry support.
Soviet UnionEast GermanyRussiaJoseph Stalin

Question 4: Both types of tanks were still in active Japanese service in 1940, and additional vehicles and spare parts were obtained after the Japanese occupation of ________.
Sino-French WarFrance–Vietnam relationsCochinchinaFrench Indochina

Question 5: The design was completed in May 1926 and production was ordered to begin at the ________ Army Arsenal.

Question 6: The Type 89 first saw combat in China, but was in the process of being replaced by the Type 97 Chi-Ha at the start of ________.
Second Sino-Japanese WarWorld War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupations

Question 7: The Type 3 Chi-Nu medium tank was urgently developed to counter the American ________ medium tank.
M24 ChaffeeM3 LeeM3 StuartM4 Sherman

Question 8: During the ________, Japanese tanks were successful, especially as the Chinese had no significant tank forces other than the 5th NRA Corps.
Operation Ichi-GoSecond Sino-Japanese WarPacific WarWorld War II

Question 9: O-I superheavy tank and experimental ultraheavy tank, equivalent to the ________
Panzer ITiger IIPanzer VIII MausPanther tank

Question 10: Type 5 Chi-Ri heavy tank with Type 99 88 mm AA Gun, inspired by the ________.
Tiger ITiger IIPanzer IVPanther tank


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