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I’m gonna go ahead and say no. That sword is probably a bi-product of Japanese occupation..
Some of the soldiers for the North didn’t have shoes in the winter, so I am not surprised to see a sword. That said, it could have been a ceremonial sword found in a base that was never intended for use during battle.
Maxim M1910, PPSh-41, and Mosin-Nagant M44 it looks like to me. Soviets were supplying all of their communist insurgents around the world with leftover obsolete arms from WWII.