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The 112th Tank Brigade "Revolutionary Mongolia" (Russian: 112-я танковая бригада «Революционная Монголия»{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}, tr. 112-ya tankovaya brigade "Revolutsionnaya Mongoliya"), previously the 112th Tank Brigade, was a military formation in the Red Army, funded by contributions from the People's Republic of Mongolia, during World War II. The unit received the "Revolutionary Mongolia" title in 1943 when it was re-equipped with 34 T-34/76 and 21 T-70 tanks funded by the Mongolian government of Gonchigiin Bumtsend. The Mongolian tanks were presented on 17 January 1943. It formed part of the 6th Tank Corps. The success of the unit was later followed by the creation of the Mongolian Arat squadron in the Soviet Air Force. Its commander, I. I. Gusakovii, was twice-awarded the Hero of the Soviet Union.

In 1964, the unit was awarded the Order of Damdin Sükhbaatar by the Mongolian government. The Zaisan Memorial, featuring a surviving T-34 tank, was erected in 2003 to commemorate the role of the brigade.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=news }}</ref>


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The 112th Tank Brigade "Revolutionary Mongolia" (Russian: 112-я танковая бригада «Революционная Монголия»{{#invoke:Category handler|main}}, tr. 112-ya tankovaya brigade "Revolutsionnaya Mongoliya"), previously the 112th Tank Brigade, was a military formation in the Red Army, funded by contributions from the People's Republic of Mongolia, during World War II. The unit received the "Revolutionary Mongolia" title in 1943 when it was re-equipped with 34 T-34/76 and 21 T-70 tanks funded by the Mongolian government of Gonchigiin Bumtsend. The Mongolian tanks were presented on 17 January 1943. It formed part of the 6th Tank Corps. The success of the unit was later followed by the creation of the Mongolian Arat squadron in the Soviet Air Force. Its commander, I. I. Gusakovii, was twice-awarded the Hero of the Soviet Union.

In 1964, the unit was awarded the Order of Damdin Sükhbaatar by the Mongolian government. The Zaisan Memorial, featuring a surviving T-34 tank, was erected in 2003 to commemorate the role of the brigade.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=news }}</ref>


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