The film was dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Western Front. Between 1945 and 1949, the western border of the People's Republic of Mongolia was very tense and in trouble. In the vicinity of Baitag Bogd, Chinese Kuomintang and Ospan militias have been crossing our borders to loot and kill local people, as well as to seize uranium-rich natural resources. According to a Mongolian spy at the Kuomintang military headquarters, when it became clear that a large Kuomintang force would enter the country through the Baga Khavtag Mountains, 10 border guards, led by Senior Lieutenant Kharvaa, would be in charge of controlling the Baitag Bogd area. Our 10 frontier forces faced an unbalanced battle against the Kuomintang forces, which are 10 times more powerful than themselves, for their homeland. Our spy, who was assigned to his country, was actively carrying out life-saving operations across the border, passing important information to the Mongolia side. The spy was a quiet patriot. Border guards, spies, and local torguud (small ethnic group), who sacrificed their lives for their homeland, dedicated the heroic deeds of the people to today's audience. "History never to be forgotten"
Osor Bat-Ulzii, Bat-Ulzii Tamir
Jargalsaikhan Altanshagai, Batbold Barslkhagva, Erdene-Ochir Odbayar, Batjargal Batsaikhan, Enkhbayar Aldar, Ganbold Erkhembayar, E.Munkhbat, E.Bayarmagnai, T.Tuguldur, G.Sodbayar, Bat-Ulzii Tamir, Mishigdorj Bayarbat, Tsogbadrakh Aldarmaa
Tsegmid Tserenbold, Ganbayar Lkhagvatseren, Gombo Zolboot