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Mongolian People's Republic Бүгд Найрамдах Монгол Ард Улс 26th November 1924 - 13th February 1992

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Old 11-27-2010, 09:22 AM   #21
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Re: New Comprehensive Book on the Awards of the MPR

Thanks for this and, especially, thanks for your book. Outstanding work and serious research there!

I owe you a very long e-mail.
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Old 11-27-2010, 08:08 PM   #22
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Thank you, Ed. The results of years of research is now in the form of a binded book. I do hope to continue my research to shed light on some of the still vague aspects of the Mongolian awards. Looking forward to hearing from you.
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Old 12-04-2010, 07:32 AM   #23
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Below is the a copy of the Soviet invoice document for the production and delivery of the orders (ORBCV, ORBLV and OPS) to the Council of Ministers of the Mongolian People's Republic in 1946. Most interestingly, the invoice gives some numbers of the Order of the Red Banner of Combat Valor of the first, second, third and fourth awardings produced by the Soviet Mint.
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Old 12-05-2010, 01:01 PM   #24
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Below is the a copy of the Soviet invoice document for the production and delivery of the orders (ORBCV, ORBLV and OPS) to the Council of Ministers of the Mongolian People's Republic in 1946. Most interestingly, the invoice gives some numbers of the Order of the Red Banner of Combat Valor of the first, second, third and fourth awardings produced by the Soviet Mint.
Wish I could read Russian :idea

Is there by any chance such a document available for the Hero of Labor?
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Old 12-06-2010, 06:48 AM   #25
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Is there by any chance such a document available for the Hero of Labor?
Yes, I have. The document is in Mongolian. Most of the information is included in the book.
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Below is the a copy of the Soviet invoice document for the production and delivery of the orders (ORBCV, ORBLV and OPS) to the Council of Ministers of the Mongolian People's Republic in 1946. Most interestingly, the invoice gives some numbers of the Order of the Red Banner of Combat Valor of the first, second, third and fourth awardings produced by the Soviet Mint.
Man, this is gold mine!

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Just received my book today and was very impressed. I was very excited to find that my Order of the Red Banner of Labor had a name associated with it when I was looking at the serial number chart. Great book
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Yes, Urnukh did a great job.

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I would like to share some information on some of the documented orders and medals illustrated in my book. One of the most fascinating and story-telling awards of the MPR are the Medals for Selflessness. The Medal for Selflessness (Шудрага журам медаль in Mongolian) stands for the phrase "Just order". The archival research and memoirs of the people who initiated this medal indicate that the idea of instituting this medal was taken from a Soviet Medal for Distinguished Medal in Protecting the Public Order. One of the initiators of this award was Chief of the Ulaanbaatar capital Police Department B. Lhachin who proposed this medal be instituted as a Medal to award the police officers. The first proposed name read "Medal for Protecting the Public Order". However, the Chairman of the Presidium of State Great Khural J. Sambuu suggested to shorten the name of the medal and broaden the scope of the award criteria (to include: the feats in saving human life during the natural and man-made disasters, saving the lives of drowning people, preventing the crime, maintaining the public order, etc). Since the institution of the Medal for Selflessness in 1959, more than 1500 Mongolians and foreigners were decorated with this medal for the personal valor and diligence displayed when saving the human lives and protecting the state/private property.

Below is the photo scan of the Colonel B. Lhachin who initiated this honorable award.
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The document for the Medal for Selflessness illustrated in my book (page #176) belongs to Mr. Nyam Batmunkh. He was awarded the Type 2 Medal for Selflessness on March 13, 1973 by the Decree of the Presidium of the People's Great Khural #62. At the time of awarding, Mr. Batmunkh was a private of the Mongolian People's Army. Private Batmunkh was awarded the Type 2 , Variation 1 (unnumbered) Medal for Selflessness along with the two other military servicemen.

Below is the scan of his Medal Certificate, the medal front and back.
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