|His Name Is Sukhe-Bator|
(Yego zovut Sukhe-Bator)
Bulgarian Language Theatrical Poster
||Tashkent Film Studio|
|Gen. Baron Roman Fyodorovich Ungern
|Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
|Josef Vissarionovich Stalin
His Name Is Sukhe-Bator (Russian: Yego zovut Sukhe-Bator, Mongolian ᠰᠦᠬᠡᠪᠠᠭᠠᠲᠤᠷ) is a 1942 Soviet-Mongolian B&W biographical movie about the leader of the Mongolian revolution of 1921 Damdin Sukhbaatar (Sukhe-Bator in Russian), directed by Aleksandr Zarkhi and Iosif Kheifits.
The following weapons were used in the film His Name Is Sukhe-Bator (Yego zovut Sukhe-Bator):
Nagant M1895 revovlers are used throughout the movie by various Red Mongols, including Khorloogiin Choibalsan (Gelik-Dordji).
Russian Nagant 1895, produced 1920s. The rounded front sight is a sign of revolvers produced from 1890s until 1930 - 7.62x38R Nagant
Damdin Sukhbaatar (in this scene the actor was replaced with a stunt performer) fires a Nagant at pursuing Chinese soldiers. In previous moment Sukhbaatar holds a Mauser C96
that switches to a Nagant due to a continuity error.
Choibalsan holds a Nagant during the night battle.
A Red Mongol with a Nagant in the same scene.
One of the Red Mongols holds a Nagant (at the far right) during the ambush on Bair-Gun's cavalry.
Several Red Mongols carry Reichsrevolver M1879 revolvers.
Reichsrevolver M1879 Revolver - 10.6x25R
A Red Mongol at the far right raises a Reichsrevolver.
A Red Mongol with a Reichsrevolver accompanies Sukhbaatar who personally captures White Mongols leader Bair-Gun.
Gombo (Vladimir Gribkov), one of Sukhbaatar's comrades-in-arms, carries a revolver (or two different revolvers) that is seen only partially. What is seen resembles such revolvers as Lefaucheux Model 1858 or Warnant.
For comparison: Lefaucheux Model 1858 - 12mm Pinfire.
For comparison: Warnant revolver
Gombo carries a revolver tucked into his belt. What is seen resembles Warnant, Lefaucheux or some other revolver of similar outlook.
Gombo carries a revolver in another scene. This revolver seems slightly different from the previous one - or maybe still the same gun.
Damdin Sukhbaatar (Lev Sverdlin), Khorloogiin Choibalsan (Gelik-Dordji) and some other Red Mongols carry Mauser C96 pistols. Mausers are also used by Baron Ungern (Nikolay Cherkasov), Cossack officer Sipaga (Ivan Bobrov), Ungern's Mongol ally Bair-Gun (Chimidiin Tsaveen) and Chinese officers.
Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Sukhbaatar demonstates his pistol to Prince Erdene.
A Chinese soldier, guarding arrested Mongols, carries a Mauser tucked into his belt.
Sukbaatar disarms the Chinese. In the following scene the pistol switches to a Nagant revolver (see above).
Sukhbaatar carries a Mauser in holster during his visit to Vladimir Lenin.
Prince Erdene (Tsagaany Tsegmid) who joins the Red Mongols holds a Mauser.
Sukhbaatar fires his Mauser during the night battle.
Cossack officer Sipaga carries a Mauser in holster.
During the ambush on Bair-Gun's cavalry, several Red Mongols fire Mauser pistols.
Ungern fires at a Buddhist diviner.
Dying of poison Sukhbaatar still demonstrates his shooting skills.
Choibalsan carries a Mauser C96 in holster.
C96 "Broomhandle" Mauser fitted with holster/stock combo - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Bair-Gun (at the left) holds a Mauser C96 with attached holster-stock.
A Chinese officer holds an M1911 pistol.
Original Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP
A Chinese officer fires at the lit lantern in the Mongol yurt. The pistol seems to have the flat rear part of the grip, so it can be identified as original M1911.
Another view of the pistol.
Mosin Nagant M1891 Infantry
Red Mongols and Soviet Red Army men are armed with Mosin Nagant M1891 rifles, mostly Infantry model.
Full-length, Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 - 7.62x54mm R
Red Mongols ambush Bair-Gun's cavalry. A man at the foreground holds an M91 rifle, most likely Infantry model.
Another view of the same scene. Most rifles are M91 Infantry.
Red Army men carry M91 rifles during the hard march.
Arisaka Type 30/Type 38
Chinese soldiers and Bogd Gegeen's Mongols carry Arisaka Type 30 or Type 38 rifles.
Arisaka Type 30 rifle - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Arisaka Type 38 rifle - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Rifles of Chinese soldiers are seen at the foreground. These are most likely Arisaka Type 30 or Type 38.
Mongols with rifles in Bogd Gegeen's palace. These rifles seem to be Type 38 but this is a vague guess.
Arisaka Type 30/Type 38 Carbine
In one scene Damdin Sukhbaatar's wife Yanjmaa (uncredited) carries an Arisaka Type 30 or Type 38 carbine.
Arisaka Type 30 Carbine - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Arisaka Type 38 Carbine - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Yanjmaa carries an Arisaka carbine.
A short rifle of a Prince Erdene's man, guarding the travelling prison, is seen at the left.
Mongol horsemen carry unidentified rifles.
Red Mongols with unidentified rifles, mostly full-length models.
Maxim M1910 and/or M1910/30
Maxim machine guns are used by Red Mongols, Soviet Red troops and Baron Ungern's army. Most Maxims have corrugated water jackets so they are early M1910s or M1910/30s. At least one Maxim has smooth water jacket that allows to identify it as an M1910.
Maxim M1910 (pre-1941 M1910/30 looks nearly the same) with 'Sokolov' wheel mount & shield - 7.62x54mmR
Maxim M1910, simplified version with smooth water jacket - 7.62x54mmR
A close-up of a Maxim of White troops during the night battle.
Maxims of Sukhbaatar's troops.
A Red Army Maxim on tachanka
A Red Army Maxim on a car.
A Maxim M1910 with smooth water jacket in the dugout on Whites positions.
Type 41 75 mm Mountain Gun
What appears to be a Japanese Type 41 (Model 1908) 75 mm mountain gun is seen in Red Mongols field camp.
Japanese Type 41 75 mm Mountain Gun
The Type 41 gun without the armored shield is seen at the right.