- This name is Mongolian ; "Soliyn" - a middle name , but not a surname ; this person’s personal name is Danzan.
Soliyin Danzan (1885-1924) - Mongolian politician, one of the founders of the Mongolian people's revolutionary party .
Soliyan Danzan. 1924
|Successor||Dogsomyn Bodoo (acting)|
Coming from the arats of the Sayenoyonkhan aimak. During the period of Bogdan Khan Mongolia, he worked as a customs official.
In 1919 he joined the revolutionary movement , was part of the delegation of the Mongolian People's Party, sent in 1920 to Moscow and met with V.I. Lenin .
He served as Minister of Finance in the interim People’s Government and the Permanent People’s Government of Mongolia formed on July 10, 1921. From March 3 to September 26, 1921 he was chairman of the Central Committee of the MNP. He fought for the leadership of the MNP with Dogsomin Bodoo , having achieved his execution, and then with Suche-Bator .
After the death of the latter, he was accused of counter-revolutionary activity and executed in August 1924 during the work of the Third Congress of the MNP. Elbegdorj Rinchino and Dambadorj , leaders of the left and right factions of the MNP, respectively, cited evidence indicating Soliy Danzan's bourgeois policy in the business interests of American and Chinese companies, and he was executed within 24 hours. Among other things, he was declared a Japanese spy involved in the "poisoning" of Suhe Bator.