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    Mongolian Military Museum Ulaanbaatar Mongolia

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Justin Taylan 2007

Hours: 10am - 5pm
Admission 1,000T

Located outside Ulanbaataar, this small museum is located across from a military barracks. The museum has an outdoors yard, displaying several Soviet tanks and artillery pieces, also a MIG-21 jet fighter. Inside, the museum has two galleries. The western gallery deals with Mongolian wartime history, including a display about the Battle of Nomonhan (Khalkhin Gol) and World War II battles.

Type 89 Howitzer Serial Number 253
Displayed outdoors at the museum

BT-5 Fast Tank
Displayed outdoors at the museum, mislabeled as BT-7.

T-34 Tank
Displayed outdoors at the museum

76.2mm Regimental Gun M1927
Displayed outdoors at the museum

37mm Anti-Tank Gun M1930
Displayed outdoors at the museum

Battle of Khalkhin Gol Exhibit
Small exhibit about the Battle Khalkhin Gol / Nomonhan Incident. Includes a Japanese Heavy Machine Gun, rifles and binoculars, helmet, messenger tubes captured on the battlefield, also several paintings. A nearby display includes small relics from the battlefield and a Soviet Khalkhin Gol medal.

Ki-4 (Type 94) Wreckage
Displayed in the museum, crashed near the Khalkhin Gol exhibit.

Maxim Machine Gun
Displayed on wheels inside glass case andother on a pedistal

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Last Updated
May 22, 2017

 

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