Across the Gobi and the Khingan (Govi Khyangand tulaldsan ni)

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Across the Gobi and the Khingan
Govi Khyangand tulaldsan ni
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni poster.jpg
Soviet Poster
Country MON.jpg Mongolia
SOV.jpg USSR
GDR.jpg German Democratic Republic
Directed by Badrahin Sumhu
Vasili Ordynsky
Release Date 1981
Language Mongolian
Russian
Japanese
English
German
Chinese
Studio Mongol Kino
Mosfilm
Deutsche Film
Main Cast
Character Actor
Dimitry Sokolov Aleksandr Ovchinnikov
Maj. Matveev Vladimir Ivashov
Lyuba Lyudmila Petrova
Lieutenant colonel Moroz Leonid Nevedomsky
Shirō Ishii Bolot Beyshenaliev
Vanya Sokolov Oleg Shtefanko
Khorloogiin Choibalsan Choibalsangin Nerguy
Kiril Afanasyevich Meretskov Vyacheslav Yezepov
Yoko Tatyana Kim
Tojō Yamada Bayten Omarov


Across the Gobi and the Khingan (original Mongolian title: Говь Хянганд тулалдсан нь (Fought in Gobi Khangai), Govi Khyangand tulaldsan ni, Russian title Через Гоби и Хинган Cherez Gobi i Khingan) is a Mongolian-Soviet-Est German 1981 war movie. In August 1945 during the Soviet-Mongolian Manchurian Operation against Japanese Kwantung Army, Soviet military doctor Dimitry Sokolov has a mission to uncover the activities of Japanese Unit 731 and prevent the usage of biological warfare against Soviet troops.


The following weapons were used in the film Across the Gobi and the Khingan (Govi Khyangand tulaldsan ni):

Contents


Pistols

Tokarev TT-33

Near all Soviet (include Colonel General Issa Pliyev (Akhsarbek Bekmurzov), Vanya Sokolov (Oleg Shtefanko), Maj. Matveev (Vladimir Ivashov), Lieutenant Colonel Moroz (Leonid Nevedomsky), Marshal Aleksandr Vasilevsky (Lev Zolotukhin), Marshal Kiril Afanasyevich Meretskov (Vyacheslav Yezepov), Сapt. Aleksey Terenkov (Andrey Martynov), Marfutenko (Nikolay Smorchkov), Chernozubenko (Ivan Agafonov), Lomov (Georgi Shevtsov) and unnamed Mikhail Chigaryov) and Mongolian (iclude Lubsan (Laikhansureniyn Lkhasuren), Lavdan (R. Lutaa) and Lkhavsuren (Ts. Damdindorj) officers and generals are armed with Tokarev TT-33s, which mostly seen holstered.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Mongolian soldier with the holstered pistol.
Soviet soldier draws his TT.
Issa Pliyev (Akhsarbek Bekmurzov) fires his TT.
Lubsan (Laikhansureniyn Lkhasuren) brandishes his TT.
Vanya Sokolov (Oleg Shtefanko) with the holstered pistol.

Mauser C96 "Broomhandle"

Mauser C96 "Broomhandle"s can be seen in the hands of several characters.

Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser. Note the rear tangent sight; in something of a display of wishful thinking, the C96's sight is adjustable for ranges up to 1000 meters. Later examples had a sight adjustable to a still unrealistic 500 meters. C96 pistols with fixed rear sights are very rare.
Brigands at the center holds the Mauser.
Maj. Matveev (Vladimir Ivashov) investigate the Mauser, captured from brigands.
Lieutenant colonel Moroz holds the Mauser.
Brigands aims their Mausers. Note the wooden holsters for it.
Surrendered Japanese soldiers drops their weapons during the final scene. The holstered Mauser can be seen at the top, right.

Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer

Demchig (uncredited) uses Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer as his duty sidearm.

Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer - 7.63x25mm Mauser
Demchig carry the Mauser in the wooden holster.
Demchig draws his Mauser...
...and fires it. Note the pistol cycling.

Luger P08

Imperial Japanese Kwantung Army officers carry Luger P08s possibly, stands for Nambu Type 14s.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm. This is blank adapted movie gun.
Japanese officer draws his Luger.
Close Up.

SPSh Flare Pistol

Kislenko (uncredited) gave a SPSh Flare Pistol to Maj. Matveev, who fires it one time.

Russian SPSh Flare Pistol - 26.5mm
Maj. Matveev tooked SHSh from Kislenko...
...and aims it in air.

Submachine Guns

PPSh-41

Many Soviet Soldiers (include Vanya Sokolov) carry PPSh-41 SMGs.

Soviet PPSh-41 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Soviet soldiers with the PPSh.
The same soldiers a few seconds later.
Soviet soldiers with the PPSh.
Soviet soldiers with the PPSh right after the battle with Japanese Army.
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni PPSh 5.jpg

PPS-43

Several Soviet soldiers uses PPS-43s.

Soviet PPS-43 Submachine Gun - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Soviet soldiers with PPS at the film begging.
Soldier at the left carry PPS on the sling.
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni PPS 3.jpg
Lieutenant colonel Moroz carry PPS on the sling.
Korenych (uncredited) with the PPS on the sling.
PPS can be seen at the background.
Stahlberg (Roman Khomyatov) with the PPS.

MP40

German soldiers can be seen used MP40 for a few seconds at the oppening scene. All shots of it were very blured.

MP40 submachine gun - 9x19mm
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni MP 1.jpg
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni MP 2.jpg

M3A1 "Grease Gun"

Temirkhanov (Valeriy Lushchevskiy) aims M3A1 "Grease Gun" at the one scene.

M3A1 "Grease Gun" - .45 ACP
Temirkhanov aims his Grease Gun.
More close view of the gun.

M1928A1 Thompson

USA soldiers briefly carry M1928A1 Thompson during the loading the Little Boy nuclear bomb. A Thompson without magazine, handguard and buttstock (possybly to imitate it's damage can be seen during the battle with Imperial Japanese Army soldiers.

M1928A1 Thompson with a Stick Magazine - .45 ACP
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni Thompson 1.jpg
Thompson can be seen at the background, right.

Rifles

Mosin Nagant M91/30

Most of the Soviet and Mongolian soldiers and peasants carry Mosin Nagant M91/30s.

Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
Mongolian peasant aims his Mosin- Nagant.
Another Mongolian peasant fires.
Soviet soldiers with the Mosin Nagant rifles during the parade.
Another battallion of the Soviet soldiers during the same parade.
Soviet soldier carry the rifle.
Perfect view of the Mosin Nagant rifle.


Mosin Nagant M38 Carbine

Several Mosin Nagant M38 Carbines appears in the hands of Soviet soldiers (include Vanya Sokolov) at the a few scenes.

Mosin Nagant M38 Carbine - 7.62x54mm R. This was modified to become the M44 which replaced it, entering combat trials in 1943, becoming fairly common in 1944.
Vanya Sokolov with the Mosin Nagant on the sling.
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni rifle 1 5.jpg
An M38 can in hands of a Soviet soldier at the left.

Arisaka Type 38

Bayonet attached Arisaka Type 38 rifles is the standrt firearm of all Imperial Japanese Army soldiers.

Arisaka Type 38 rifle - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni rifle 2 1.jpg
Japanese soldier during the attack.
Another Japanese soldier at the same scene.
Killed Japanese soldier with the rifle. Note the Thompson at the background, right.
Bayonets attached on the rifles are perfectly seen.
Surrendered Japanese soldiers drops their rifles during the final scene.
Soldier at the center puts his rifle, which may be Type 99 short rifle, but it's hard to say if this rifle has open-top (like Type 38) or closed-top (like Type 99) handguard.

Tokarev SVT-40

Tokarev SVT-40s can be seen holds by Soviet soldiers at the one scene.

Tokarev SVT-40 - 7.62x54mmR. Note the purple color of the bolt; this is a result of post-WWII re-arsenaling, and is thus incorrect for any media taking place during the war.
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni rifle 3 1.jpg

Karabiner 98k

At least one Imperial Japanese soldier fires Karabiner 98k at the film climax.

Karabiner 98k - German manufacture 1937 date - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Japanese soldier at the right fires the Karabiner.

Unknown Rifles

Several characters uses an unknown rifles at the several scene.

Several rifles is seen at the arsenal.
Brigands with the rifles.
Another view of the same scene.

Machine Guns

Goryunov SGMB

Goryunov SGMs were mounted on numerous Soviet military vechles.

Goryunov SGMB, mounted on BTR-152 - 7.62x54mm R
SGMB mounted on postwar BTR-40, standing for lend-lease M3 Scout Car.
Perfect view of the machine gun.

DShKM

Several DShKMs can be seen mounted on anachronistic Soviet T-55 or T-62 tanks.

DShKM on tripod - 12.7x108mm
Several T-55 or T-62 tanks with DShKM machine guns, mounted on turrets, and BRDM-2 (one second from right and another in center).
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni machine gun 1 2.jpg
Cherez Gobi i Khingan-Add-1.jpg

Degtyaryov DP-27

Several Mongolian soldiers fires Degtyaryov DP-27s

Degtyaryov DP-27 machine gun - 7.62x54mm R
Destroed DP can be seen mounted on the notocycle.
Ayush (uncredited) fires his DP.
Another view of the same scene.
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni machine gun 2 4.jpg

KPV Heavy Machine Gun

KPV heavy machine gun can be seen at the one scene.

KPV heavy machine guns in ZPU-4 quad anti-aircraft mount - 14.5x114mm
Soviet four barreled KPV.

Type 11 Light Machine Gun

Type 11 Light Machine Gun used by Imperial Japanese soldiers.

Type 11 Light Machine Gun - 6.5x50mm Arisaka
Type 11 machine gun near the killed gunner.
Surrendered Japanese soldiers drops their weapons during the final scene. Type 11 at the center right, under the type 99.

Type 3 Heavy Machine Gun

Several Type 3 Heavy Machine Guns can be seen used by Imperial Japanese soldiers.

Type 3 Heavy Machine Gun 6.5x50mm SR
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni machine gun 3 2.jpg
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni machine gun 3 3.jpg
Japanese soldier fires.

Nudelman-Rikhter NR-23

Twin Nudelman-Rikhter NR-23 can be seen mounted on the Soviet Tu-4, which plaeyed role the US B-29 bomber.

Nudelman Rikhter NR-23 - 23mm
The dorsal twin mounting is seen.
The ventral twin mounting.

Type 96 Light Machine Gun

Imperial Japanese Army officer hands a Type 96 Light Machine Gun to Votintsev (Nikolay Penkov). Killed Imperial Japanese soldier drops a Type 96 Light Machine Gun during the battle.

Type 96 Light Machine Gun (minus magazine) - 6.5x50mm Arisaka
Japanese officer holds the machine gun.
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni machine gun 6 2.jpg
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni machine gun 6 3.jpg
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni machine gun 6 4.jpg
Japanese officer hands the gun to Votintsev.
Killed Japanese soldier drops his machine gun.
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni machine gun 7 2.jpg
Note the lack of a cone flash hider, which differ this gun from Type 99.
Surrendered Japanese soldiers drops their weapons during the final scene. Type 16 at the center right, above the type 99.

Type 99 Light Machine Gun

Type 99 Light Machine Gun can be seen among the weapons, which were dropped by the surrendered Japanese soldiers.

Type 99 light machine gun 7.7x58mm Arisaka
Surrendered Japanese soldiers drops their weapons during the final scene. Type 99 (at the center right) can be ID by the cone flash hider.

Polish Browning wz. 1928

In firing scenes, Type 96 turns to Polish Browning wz. 1928.

Polish Browning wz. 1928 - 7.92 x 57mm Mauser. Another European clone of the Colt Monitor.
Buttstock can be seen.
Votintsev (Nikolay Penkov) fires.
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni machine gun 6 8.jpg

Unknown Machine Gun

An unknown machine gun can be seen mounted on the Imperial Japanese Navy ship. It's possibly may be some aircraf autocannon.

Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni machine gun 5 1.jpg
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni machine gun 5 2.jpg

Grenades & Launchers

F-1 hand grenade

Soviet soldiers, include Vanya Sokolov uses F-1 hand grenades

F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Vanya Sokolov holds the grenade.
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni grenade 2.jpg
Soviet soldier at the center carry the grenade on the belt.

BM-37 Mortar

A BM-37 Mortar of late version can be seen in the one scene.

Soviet 82mm BM-37 Mortar
BM is seen at the left. Hiragana and/or Kanji characters is fictional and drawn to made the gun some Japanese reeces.

Flamethrowers

ROKS flamethrower

Soviet soldier uses a ROKS flamethrower (most likely, a mockup) at the oppening scene.

ROKS-3 flamethrower
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni Flamethrower 1 1.jpg

LPO-50 flamethrower

Imperial Japanese soldiers uses LPO-50 flamethrowers at the film climax.

LPO-50 flamethrower (Image courtesy of Sword of the Motherland Foundation www.russianwarrior.com)
Two Japanese soldiers with the flamethrowers. Note the triple fuel tanks of it's.
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni Flamethrower 2 2.jpg
Japanese soldiers burns the labs.
Govi khyangand tulaldsan ni Flamethrower 2 4.jpg
Note the bipode.
Perfect view of the fuel tanks.

Trivia

Artillery

Soviet cannons salute during the parade.
Soviet 76.2mm ZiS-3 field cannon.
Mongol soldiers carry a 45mm 53-K AT gun.
Japanese cannon. Possibly a Type 38 75mm field gun. Note that the barrel stucks in rear position.
An abandoned gun near the railroad. This is a Type 38 12cm or a Type 38 15cm howitzer.

Archive Footage

Imerial Japanese Army soldiers with Arisaka Rifles.
Type 97 Te-Ke light tanks.
Imperial Japanese soldiers with the Arisakas.
Soviet 152mm ML-20 gun-howitzer is firing during the battle of Khalkhin Gol.
Soviet 122mm A-19 heavy field gun at the same battle.
A heavy naval cannon which appears to have been emplaced as a coastal defense gun.
A Japanese combat plane during the attack on the Pearl Harbor.
Soviet Komsomolets prime mover tows a 45mm AT gun during the battle of Khalkhin Gol.

Little Boy nuclear bomb

The bomb is a dummy movie prop of cource.

Japanese Agitation Poster

A rifleman can be seen on the agitation poster, hanged on the wall.

Military Planes

The USA bomber with the Little Boy nuclear bomb. Soviet Tupolev Tu-4 stands for Boeing B-29 Superfortress.
The same bomber in the air.
Soviet military cargo plane.
Japanese kamikaze plane on the airfield...
...and air.

Military Ships

Soviet riverine patrol boat stands for Imperial Japanese Army vessel (river units on Chinese rivers were subordinate of Army, not Navy).
Another Soviet riverine patrol boat stands for Imperial Japanese Army vessel (river units on Chinese rivers were subordinate of Army, not Navy).

Military Vehicles

Soviet T-34-85 tanks.
Soviet T-34-85 tanks.
Soviet SU-100 tank destroyer.
Soviet post-war BTR-40 APCs stand for lend-lease M3 Scout Cars.
Soviet BTR-40s.
A replica of Soviet 1930s armoured car, resembling BA-6 or BA-10.
The same replica of armoured car.
Soviet T-34-85.
Soviet T-34-85.



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