Korean War Memorials - Cardiff - Wales

Wales – Cardiff Maindy Barracks

Wales, part of the United Kingdom, participated in the Korean War from September 1951 to November 1952. The Welch Regiment was deployed to Korea, accompanied by a company of The Royal Welch Fusiliers and a platoon from the South Wales Borderers, as part of the 29th British Infantry Brigade in the 1st Commonwealth Division.

In total, 32 Welsh were killed fighting in Korea.

The memorial in Maindy Barracks in Cardiff, which was originally built after World War I, has an added Korean War inscription to honor members of the Welch Regiment who died in Korea.