Soviety Repression in Mongolia
The Museum of Victims of the Persecution Politics in Ulan Bator is not one of those ostentatious museums that have large displays of files and shelves. This is a humble museum that was erected thanks to the will of Tserendulam, who was the daughter of the assassinated Mongolian Prime Minister Genden. During the 1930's, the Popular Republic of Mongolia was ruled by a socialist government. Genden, who was the Mongolian Prime Minister, was "advised" by the Soviets on topics of government and administration the country. Around 1937 Stalin wanted to carry out purges within the Mongolian territory. Genden objected.