Achille Marozzo Achille Marozzo was an Italian fencing master teaching in the Dardi or Bolognese tradition.
Achille Starace Achille Starace was a prominent leader of Fascist Italy before and during World War II.
Albino Bich Albino Bich was an Italian Olympic biathlete.
Alessandro Poerio Alessandro Poerio (1802 - November 3, 1848), Italian poet and patriot.
Alessandro, Marquis de Maffei Alessandro Scipione, Marquis de Maffei, (3 October 1662, Verona – January 1730, Munich) was an Italian Lieutenant General of Infantry in Bavarian service.
Alfredo Pizzoni Alfredo Pizzoni (January 20, 1894 - January 3, 1958) was an Italian banker and politician who was president of the Comitato di Liberazione Nazionale Alta Italia (National Liberation Committee o...
Amedeo Guillet Amedeo Guillet (February 7, 1909 – June 16, 2010) was an officer of the Italian Army.
Annibale Bergonzoli Annibale Bergonzoli (1 November 1884 – 31 July 1973), nicknamed "barba elettrica", "Electric Whiskers", was an Italian Lieutenant General during the Spanish Civil War and World War II. He c...
Ascanio Vitozzi Ascanio Vitozzi was an Italian soldier, architect and military engineer.
Attilio Teruzzi Attilio Teruzzi (1882 – 1950) was an Italian soldier, colonial administrator, and Fascist politician.
Bernard Gascoigne Sir Bernard Gascoigne (Bernardo Guasconi) (1614–1687) was an Italian military adventurer and diplomat, known as a royalist officer of the English Civil War.
Cacciaguida Cacciaguida degli Elisei (c. 1091 – c. 1148) was an Italian crusader, the great-great-grandfather of Dante Alighieri.
Camillo Ricchiardi Giuseppe Camillo Pietro Richiardi or Ricchiardi (Alba, 1865 – Casablanca, 1940) was an Italian journalist, adventurer and soldier.
Carlo Filangieri Carlo Filangieri (May 10, 1784 – October 9, 1867), prince of Satriano, was a Neapolitan soldier and statesman.
Carlo Orelli Carlo Orelli was, at age 110, the last surviving Italian World War I veteran who joined the army at the onset of the war.
Carlo Pisacane Carlo Pisacane, Duke of San Giovanni was an Italian patriot and one of the first Italian socialist thinkers.
Cavalieri Addobbati The Cavalieri Addobbati, also known as Cavalieri di Corredo, were the elite among Italian knights in the Middle Ages.
Cesare Maria De Vecchi Cesare Maria De Vecchi, 1st Conte di Val Cismon (14 November 1884 - June 23, 1959) was an Italian soldier, colonial administrator and Fascist politician.
Cesare Rossi (politician) Cesare Rossi (born 21 September 1887 in Pescia - died 9 August 1967 in Rome) was an Italian fascist leader who later became estranged from the regime.
Clemente Primieri Clemente Primieri (12 May 1894-15 February 1981) was an Italian general, best known for being the leader of Gruppo di Combattimento Cremona, one of the units of the Italian Co-Belligerent Ar...
Coppo di Marcovaldo Coppo di Marcovaldo (c. 1225 – c. 1276) (active 1260s-70) was an Italian painter active in Tuscany, whose style and vision inspired, directly and indirectly, generations of Florentine artists.
Corradino D'Ascanio General Corradino D'Ascanio (Popoli, Pescara February 1, 1891 – Pisa, August 6, 1981) was an Italian aeronautical engineer.
Domenico Pino Domenico ("Dominique") Pino (8 September 1760 – 29 March 1826) was an Italian soldier.
Enrico Cosenz Enrico Cosenz (January 12, 1820 – August 7, 1898) was an Italian soldier born at Gaeta.
Enrico Martini Enrico Martini (nom de guerre "Mauri") Mondovì, 29 January 1911 – Turkey, 19 September 1976) was an Italian soldier and partisan, an Alpini Major, founder of the 1 Group Alpine Divisio...
Ettore Perrone di San Martino Ettore Perrone conte di San Martino (Turin, January 12, 1789 – March 29, 1849) was an Italian politician and military leader.
Eugenio Corti Eugenio Corti (born January 21, 1921) is an Italian writer.
Ferdinando Cona Ferdinando Cona was an Italian military officer who participated in World War II.
Ferdinando Palasciano Ferdinando Palasciano (June 13, 1815 - November 28, 1891) was an Italian physician and politician, considered one of the forerunners of the foundation of the Red Cross.
Florestano Pepe Florestano Pepe (March 4, 1778 - April 3, 1851) was an Italian patriot.
Francesco Coppola Francesco Coppola was prominent Italian journalist and politician in the twentieth century who associated with Italian nationalism and later Italian Fascism.
Francisco Balbi di Correggio Francisco Balbi di Correggio (16 March 1505 – 12 December 1589), born in Correggio in the province of Province of Reggio Emilia, Italy, was an arquebusier who served with the Spanish contingent...
Frederico Ghisliero Fredrico Ghisliero was an Italian fencer and soldier who wrote his text Regole di molte cavagliereschi essercitii in 1587.
Gabriele Pepe Gabriele Pepe was an Italian soldier who fought in defence of the Neapolitan Republic in 1799.
Gerhard Rosselmini Gerhard Ritter von Rosselmini or Gerhard Rosselmini or Gerhard Roselmini (c.
Giacomo Acerbo Giacomo Acerbo, Baron of Aterno (July 25, 1888 – January 9, 1969) was an Italian economist and Fascist politician that drafted the Acerbo Law which solidified Benito Mussolini's position once in...
Giacomo Appiotti Giacomo Appiotti (1873 – 1948) was Lieutenant General of the Italian Army during the Second Italo-Abyssinian War.
Giorgio Morandi Giorgio Morandi (July 20, 1890 – June 18, 1964) was an Italian painter and printmaker who specialized in still life.
Giovanni Giuriati Giovanni Giuriati (4 August 1876 – 6 May 1970) was an Italian Fascist politician.
Giovanni Giustiniani Giovanni Giustiniani Longo (Greek: Ιωάννης Λόγγος Ιουστινιάνης; Latin: Ioannes Iustinianus Longus) (died 1453) was a young Genoese captain, a member of one of the greatest families ...
Giovanni Giustiniani Longo Giovanni Giustiniani Longo was a young Genoese captain, a member of one of the greatest families of the Republic, a kinsman to the powerful house of Doria in Southern Italy., and protostrator o...
Giovanni Messe Giovanni Messe (10 December 1883 – 18 December 1968) was an Italian general, politician, and Field Marshal (Maresciallo d'Italia).
Giuseppe Abbati Giuseppe Abbati (January 13, 1836February 21, 1868) was an Italian painter who belonged to the group known as the Macchiaioli.
Giuseppe Avezzana Giuseppe Avezzana was an Italian soldier who fought in Europe and America.
Giuseppe Caimi Giuseppe Caimi (19 December 1890 – 26 December 1917) was an Italian footballer and a soldier in the Royal Italian Army.
Giuseppe Galliano Giuseppe Galliano (Vicoforte, 1846 - Adwa, 1896) was an officer of the Italian army.
Giuseppe Govone Giuseppe Gaetano Maria Govone was an Italian general and politician of Piedmontese origin, who played a major role in the Italian Risorgimento.
Giuseppe Lechi Giuseppe ("Joseph") Lechi (Aspes, 5 December 1766 - Montirone 9 August 1836), Italian general, jacobin and patriot.
Giuseppe Maria Giulietti Giuseppe Maria Giulietti (December 28, 1847-May 25, 1881) was an Italian soldier, geographer and explorer.
Giusto Gervasutti Giusto Gervasutti, was an Italian mountain climber, Alpini officer and skier.
Jean Mathieu Seras Jean Mathieu Seras or Serras (16 April 1765 – 14 April 1815) was born in northwest Italy, but adhered to the French Revolution and joined the French army.
Jean-Baptiste Dominique Rusca Jean-Baptiste Dominique Rusca (27 November 1759 – 14 February 1814) was born in the County of Nice, part of the Kingdom of Sardinia.
Jean-Baptiste Ventura Jean-Baptiste Ventura (b. Giovanni Battista Reuben (also Rubino) Ventura in Finale Emilia near Modena, Italy 25 May 1794 - Lardenne (Toulouse, France) 3 April 1858) was an Ital...
Joseph Nikolaus De Vins Joseph Nikolaus Freiherr De Vins or Joseph De Wins, joined the army of Habsburg Austria and fought in the Seven Years War where he was decorated for bravery.
Karl von Vincent Karl Freiherr von Vincent, born 11 August 1757 – died 7 October 1834, fought in the army of Habsburg Austria during the French Revolutionary Wars.
Louis Gonzaga (Rodomonte) Louis Gonzaga (Luigi; 16 August 1500 – 2 December 1532), nicknamed "Rodomonte" due to his physical prowess, was an Imperial mercenary captain for Emperor Charles V.
Luigi Gaspare Peyri Luigi Gaspare Peyri or Louis Gaspard Balthazar Pierre Léon Marie Peyri became a general officer in the army of the Kingdom of Italy which was a satellite of Napoleon's First French Empire.
Luigi Giorgi (soldier) Captain Luigi Giorgi (7 September 1913 – 7 May 1945) was an Italian soldier of World War II, the only one to receive two Gold Medals in the Italian Campaign and one of very few non-Americans to ...
Marina Catena Marina Catena, is a Lieutenant of the Italian Army and Director of the United Nations World Food Program in Paris.
Mario Nuzzolese Mario Nuzzolese (10 December 1915 – 21 October 2008), more commonly known as “Professore” for his richness of culture, technical knowledges and enthusiasm in teaching.
Mario Rigoni Stern Mario Rigoni Stern (November 1, 1921, Asiago – June 16, 2008) was an Italian author and World War II veteran.
Michele Amatore Captain Michele Amatore or Sulayman al-Nubi (1826-July 7, 1883) was a Sudanese slave who became a captain in the Bersaglieri of the Italian army.
Nedo Nadi Nedo Nadi was an Italian fencer, widely regarded as one of, if not, the best ever.
Nuto Revelli Nuto Revelli (21 July 1919, Cuneo, Piedmont – 5 February 2004) was an Italian essayist.
Ottorino Mezzalama Ottorino Mezzalama (born September 25, 1888 – February 23, 1931) was an Italian mountain climber, and is deemed to be one of the two pioneers of Italian ski mountaineering besides Luciano Roiti.
Paolo A. Nespoli Paolo Angelo Nespoli (Milan, April 6, 1957) is an Italian astronaut.
Paolo Avitabile General Paolo Crescenzo Martino Avitabile (Abu Tabela) (25 October 1791 – 28 March 1850) was an Italian soldier, mercenary and adventurer.
Paolo Caccia Dominioni Paolo Caccia Dominioni, 14th Baron of Sillavengo (May 14, 1896 – August 12, 1992) was an Italian soldier, engineer and writer, most noted for his leadership in the North Africa Campaign in World...
Petruccio Ubaldini Petruccio Ubaldini (ca.1524–ca.1600) was an Italian calligraphist and illuminator on vellum, who was working in England in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, and seems to have enjoyed the favor of th...
Philipp Pittoni von Dannenfeld Philipp Pittoni Freiherr von Dannenfeld, died 6 October 1824, fought in the army of Habsburg Austria during the French Revolutionary Wars.
Piero Dente Piero Dente was an Italian Alpini officer and Olympic skier.
Pietro Gravisi Pietro Gravisi (1520-1588), Marquis of Pietrapelosa, was the commander of a Venetian galley in the Battle of Lepanto in 1571, and fought in the War of Siena and against the Ottomans.
Pietro Maletti Pietro Maletti (24 May 1880 – 9 December 1940) was an Italian military officer who participated in World War I, the subjugation of Italian North Africa, the Italo-Abyssinian War, and World War I...
Pietro Micca Pietro Micca (March 6, 1677 – August 30, 1706) was a Savoyard soldier who became a national hero for his sacrifice in the defence of Turin (1706) against the French troops.
Pino Romualdi Giuseppe "Pino" Romualdi' (24 July 1913, Predappio – 21 May 1988, Rome) was an Italian right-wing politician who served both the Partito Fascista Repubblicano and the Movimento Socia...
Pompeo D'Ambrosio Pompeo D'Ambrosio (1 January 1917, in San Marco Evangelista (near Salerno), Italy – 15 April 1998, in Caracas, Venezuela).
Riccardo Fedel Riccardo (Richard) Fedel (23 August 1906 - 12 June 1944) was an Italian anti-Fascist, Communist political fighter, and war-time partisan leader (codenamed Libero - Free) Born into an ari...
Ricciotti Garibaldi Ricciotti Garibaldi (1847–1924) was an Italian soldier, the fourth son of Giuseppe Garibaldi and Anita Garibaldi.
Romolo Gessi Romolo Gessi, also called Gessi Pasha, was an Italian soldier and an explorer of north-east Africa, especially Sudan and the Nile River.
Telemaco Signorini Telemaco Signorini was an Italian artist who belonged to the group known as the Macchiaioli.
Terzilio Cardinali Terzilio Cardinali was an Italian fighter known for his role in Albanian resistance.
Ugo Cavallero Ugo Cavallero (September 20, 1880 – September 13, 1943) was an Italian military commander before and during World War II. He was also a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross (Ritterk...
Umberto Utili Umberto Utili was an Italian general known as commander of Primo Raggruppamento Motorizzato of the Regio Esercito.
Vicente Filisola Vicente Filisola (sometimes Vicente Filísola, with an acute accent on the second syllable) (b.
Vittorio Sereni Vittorio Sereni (July 27, 1913 – February 10, 1983) was an Italian poet, author, editor and translator of Jewish heritage.