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Soviet awards to Mongolian leaders


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In the absence of any other information, let me ask if anyone knows ANYTHING about the details of Soviet awards to prominent Mongolians, specifically:

D. Sukhbaatar

Red Banner (before 1923 -- of course -- believed to be today in the national museum in Ulanbaatar, but details unavailable)

K. Choibalsan

Suvorov 1st (???) class (1945 or after?)

Lenin (before 1945)

Lenin (after 1945)

Red Banner (before 1945)

Red Banner (before 1945)

Y. Tsedenbal

Kutuzov, 2nd (???) class

Lenin

Lenin

October Revolution

G. Demid

Red Banner (before 1937, of course)

J. Lkhagvasuren

Suvorov, 2nd (???) class

October Revolution

Since some don't read across the fora, I am also posting this in the Mongolian forum.

http://gmic.co.uk/index.php?showtopic=10329

Apologies for duplication.

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