Listen on the Other Side (Daisny tserguudee sonsotsgoo!)

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Listen on the Other Side
(Daisny tserguudee sonsotsgoo!)
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Soviet Poster
Country MON.jpg Mongolia
SOV.jpg USSR
Directed by Badrahin Sumhu
Boris Yermolayev
Release Date 1971
Language Russian
Mongolian
Studio Mosfilm
Mongol Kino
Main Cast
Character Actor
Marshal Zhukov Mikhail Ulyanov
Capt. Burov Vsevolod Safonov
Capt. Osipenko Elza Lezhdey
Vorobyov Lev Vajnshtejn
Zaitsev Viktor Pavlov
Komkor Sergei Kurilov
Satomi Vladimir Van-Zo-Li



Listen on the Other Side (original Mongolian title: Дайсны цэргүүдээ сонсоцгоо! (Enemy Troops, Hear!) Daisny tserguudee sonsotsgoo! , Russian title Слушайте, на той стороне Slushayte na toy storone) is a Soviet-Mongolian 1971 war movie. It depicts the events of Battles of Khalkhin Gol in May-September 1939.


The following weapons were used in the film Listen on the Other Side (Daisny tserguudee sonsotsgoo!):

Contents


Handguns

Tokarev TT-33

Geleg (E. Ganbold) carry Tokarev TT-33 at the one moment. Capt. Osipenko (Elza Lezhdey) fires TT style pistol in air in the same scene. Several other characters, include Capt. Burov (Vsevolod Safonov), Vorobyov (Lev Vajnshtejn) and Komkor (Sergei Kurilov) carry Tokarev TT-33 pistols in holsters, and only grips is seen.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev. Pre-1947 version.
Geleg (E. Ganbold) with the pistol.
Pistol shape is seen.
Geleg (E. Ganbold) aims.
Capt. Osipenko (Elza Lezhdey) fires in air.
Vorobyov (Lev Vajnshtejn) with the holstered pistol. Only grip can be seen.
Geleg (E. Ganbold) carry his pistol in holster.
Capt. Burov (Vsevolod Safonov) with the holstered pistol.
Komkor (Sergei Kurilov) with the pistol in holster. The grip is seen.

SPSh Flare Pistol

Japanese officer fires SPSh Flare Pistol in air.

Russian SPSh Flare Pistol - 26.5mm
Japanese officer draws his pistol...
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...and fires it.
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Luger P08

Japanese officers (include Satomi (Vladimir Van-Zo-Li) can be seen using Luger P08 pistols.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm. This is blank adapted movie gun.
Japanese officer threatens Zaitsev (Viktor Pavlov).
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Another Japanese officer covers with his pistol.
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Two Japanese officers (Satomi (Vladimir Van-Zo-Li) at the left and uncredited one) holds ther pistol during the last battle.
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Nagant M1895

Vorobyov (Lev Vajnshtejn) briefly holds Nagant M1895 at the one moment.

Nagant M1895 Revolver - 7.62x38R Nagant. This example was dated 1939 manufacture and was a War time issued weapon. Note the angular front sight which was used from 1930s.
Vorobyov (Lev Vajnshtejn) draws his revolver.
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Ejector rod is seen.

Assault & Battle Rifles

AK-47

Mongolian soldiers can be seen armed with the AK-47s during the parade in the modern day (then 1971).

Type II AK-47 (note stock mounting bracket) with prototype slab sided magazine - 7.62x39mm
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The rifle on the left is an AK-47. Note the wider front sight block which differentiates it from the AKM on the right.

AKM

Mongolian soldiers can be seen armed with AKMs during the parade in the modern day (then 1971).

AKM - 7.62x39mm
The rifle on the right is an AKM. Note the narrower front sight block which differentiates it from the AK-47 on the left.
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Visible in this shot is the bayonet lug on the gas block, a feature which the AK-47s that appear along side it lacks.

SKS rifle

SKS rifle can be seen in the hands of one Mongolian soldier.

Russian Simonov Type 45 aka the Russian SKS rifle - 7.62x39mm. The Russian SKS has a milled receiver and a blade bayonet. The rifles were issued with hardwood or laminated stocks. This example has a hardwood stock.
Bayonet attached rifle is seen at the left.

Rifles

Mosin Nagant M91/30

Soviet and Mongolian soldiers were armed with the Mosin Nagant M91/30s

Full-length, Soviet Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
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Muzzle shape is seen.
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Pyramid of the rifles is seen.
Border guard with the rifle.

Arisaka Type 38

Bayonet attached Arisaka Type 38 rifles is the standrt firearm of most Japanese soldiers.

Arisaka Type 38 rifle - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Japanese soldiers with the rifles.
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Typical bayonet is seen.
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Good view of the rifle.

Arisaka Type 38 Carbine

Several Japanese soldiers can be seen with the Arisaka Type 38 Carbines.

Arisaka Type 38 Carbine - 6.5x50mmSR Arisaka
Japanese soldiers behind Satomi (Vladimir Van-Zo-Li) and Kamatsubara (Nurmukhan Zhanturin) carry carabins on the shoulders.
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Machine Guns

Maxim M1910/30

Soviet and Mongolian soldiers uses Maxim M1910/30 machine guns.

Maxim M1910/30 machine gun - 7.62x54mmR
Soldiers carry machine guns at the background.
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Machine gun is seen.
Good view of the cooling jacket.

Type 96 Light Machine Gun

Japanese soldiers can be seen unsing Type 96 Light Machine Guns (most likely, the single movie prop, due the single gun appears onscreen).

Type 96 Light Machine Gun (minus magazine) - 6.5x50mm Arisaka
Carring handle can be seen.
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Typical stock shape is seem.

DShK heavy machine gun

DShK heavy machine guns are top mounted on Mongolian T-62 tanks.

DShKM on tripod - 12.7x108mm
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Goryunov SGMB

SGMB, pivot mounted version of Goryunov SGM, are mounted on Mongolian BTR-152 APCs.

Goryunov SGMB, mounted on BTR-152 - 7.62x54mm R
BTR-152s on parade in 1970s.

Degtyaryov DP-27

Degtyaryov DP-27 can be briefly seen in the hands of one Soviet soldier.

Degtyaryov DP-27 machine gun - 7.62x54mm R
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Degtyaryov DT

Degtyaryov DT is seen mounted on D-12 armoured car.

DT machine gun - 7.62x54mm R
The barrel of front mounted DT is seen.

37mm 61-K AA Autocannon

37-mm M1939 (61-K) AA autocannons are used by Soviet and Mongolian soldiers.

37-mm M1939 (61-K) automatic air defense gun - 37x252SR
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Grenades

F-1 hand grenade

Zaitsev (Viktor Pavlov) uses F-1 hand grenade at the one scene.

F-1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade
Zaitsev (Viktor Pavlov) draws a pin, using his own teeth (common practice in books and films but practically unheard about in real events).
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Blured shot of the grenade.

Trivia

Artillery

Soviet soldiers uses various types of field artillery.

45 mm anti-tank gun M1932, that can be seen in Finnish Tank Museum in Parola.
45mm M1932 AT gun.
M1942 divisional gun (ZiS-3) - 76mm
76.2mm ZIS-3 field cannon.
76.2mm ZIS-3 field cannon.
76.2mm ZIS-3 field cannon.
76.2-mm M1927 Infantry Gun.

Missiles

Mongolian army show S-75 AA missiles during the parade.

S-75 AA.
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Tanks

Soviet and Mongolian armies uses tanks.

T-62 tanks on parade in 1970s.
BA-10 armoured car.
D-12 light armoured car.
BT-5 tanks in attack.



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