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Why the Tryzub can be found on many Italian Regiment coat of arms

If you ever wondered why 15 Italian Regiments featured the Ukrainian Tryzub in their coat of arms, then here is the explanation. In the Italian military heraldry, the Ukrainian Tryzub is the symbol given to the units that fought against Russia during World War II, July 1941 – January 1945, this symbol of witness to a living event, duty, honor, sacrifice, tragedy, and blood.

Here are the coat of arms featuring the Ukrainian Tryzub.


Coat of Arms of the 3rd Mountain Artillery Regiment; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the 3° Logistic Battalion; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the 8° Alpini Regiment; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the 11° Artillery Regiment; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the 52° Artillery Regiment; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the 121° Anti-Air Artillery Regiment; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the 3° Bersaglieri Regiment; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the 6° Bersaglieri Regiment; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the 80° Infantry Regiment; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the 4° Engineer Regiment; Italian Army.


Coat of Arms of the 32° (Alpini) Engineer Regiment; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the Railway Engineer Regiment; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the 14th Alpini Regiment; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the 1° Alpini Regiment; Italian Army.

Coat of Arms of the 2nd Alpini Regiment; Italian Army.