Type 98 SHI-KE


The Type 98 Shi-Ke was initially developed in 1937 as an improved artillery tractor to further mechanise the sparsely mechanical Imperial Japanese Army. The Shi-Ke was effective in its intended role and was used widely throughout the Pacific, fighting on islands and in China. However, like most vehicles in the Pacific, its use was limited in that many routes throughout the islands and jungles were inaccessible. In total, approximately 780 units had been produced. Designer Jarlang


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