Korean War Memorials - Rome - Italy

Italy – Rome

The Italian Republic participated in the Korean War from November 1951 to January 1955. Italy was one of the five countries that provided medical support. President Luigi Einaudi sent the 68th Red Cross Hospital.

In total, Italy deployed 128 medical professionals.

The memorial in Italy is a plaque located inside the Red Cross headquarters in Rome, where a ceremony was held in 1951 before sending men and women to service in Korea.