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Senri Ethnological Reports (SER)

No.96 Socialist Devotees and Dissenters: Three Twentieth-Century Mongolian Leaders

February 8, 2011 Publication

Interviews Conducted by Yuki Konagaya and I. Lkhagvasuren, Translated by Mary Rossabi, Edited and Compiled by Morris Rossabi

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Biographical Introduction
Ⅰ. Tsogt-Ochiriin Lookhuuz: Former Director of State Farms
1. The 1930s in Mongolia
2. Primary School
3. I Go to Ulaan Baatar
4. I Go to the New Party School
5. The Central Committee of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party–(CC and MPRP)
6. Yu. Tsedenbal
7. I am a Student at the Soviet Communist Party Institute
8. The Marxist-Leninist Section of the CC/MPRP
9. I Go to the Gov-Altai Aimag
10. Tsedenbal Appoints Me Leader of State Farms
11. I Defend My Academic Thesis
12. I Criticize Yu. Tsedenbal
13. The Sixth Khural of the CC/MPRP
14. My Family
15. The Beginning of the Virgin Lands Reclamation Plan
16. We Are Right
17. Counter-Revolutionary Lookhuuz
18. The Mongolian Tradition
19. Prison
20. A Year in Prison after the Replacement of Tsedenbal
21. The Democratization of Mongolia and Its Renewal
Ⅱ.Baldandorjiin Nyambuu (1922-2008): A Member of the Central Committee of the Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party
1. Birthplace
2. Stationing of the Soviet Army
3. Mongolian Purge
4. Disciplinary Trial Against Priests
5. Experience of Purge at Workplace
6. From a Radio Operator to a Pilot
7. Work of Senior Official at Local Governments
8. From Choibalsan to Tsedenbal
9. On the Personality Cult
10. On the Illusion among Intellectuals
11. Nature of Tsedenbal
12. Sixth General Assembly of Central Committee
13. Compensation for Criticism
14. Nomadic Life in a Province
15. Tsedenbal's Departure
16. Tsend vs. Tömör-Ochir
17. Since Democratization
Ⅲ.Paavangiin Damdin: Former Secretary of the CC/MPRP and Mongolia's Minister of Industry
1. The Road to Ulaan Baatar
2. First Morning in Ulaan Baatar
3. The Festival for the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of The People's Republic
4. Preparation Class for the Technicum
5. The Central Committee of the MPRP
6. Study in the USSR
7. Life in Moscow
8. The Mongolian Ministry of Industry
9. The Industrial Kombinat
10. The Development of the Ministry of Industry after the War
11. Heavy Industry and the Development of Electric Power
12. The Textile Industry
13. The Food Industry
14. The Errors in and Deterioration from Privatization
15. The Plan for Reviving National Industry
16. The "Gobi" Cashmere Industry

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