Here is a list of websites with information about fallen Italian soldiers in both World Wars:
Banca Dati sulle sepolture dei Caduti in Guerra (Fallen soldiers’s sepulchers database). This database is accessible in the Italian Ministry of Defense and has information about the place of burial of fallen soldiers, in places where Italy was involved in conflicts. The information you could find on there is: first name and last name, date and place of birth, burial location (cemeteries inside and abroad the Italian territory). Click here.
To obtain information about a relative, or any First World War soldier, is necessary to contact the Italian Ministry of Defense. You can find more information about this topic, and to get forms to be filled, and related mail addresses, clicking here.
This website gives information about the First World War: pictures, story, and museums, travel guides, etc. Also a list of military cemeteries located in different places where Italian soldiers were buried, with pictures. and in some cases lists of fallen soldiers. For instance: in the Cemetery of Bligny (France), or in the Cemetery of Josefov (Bohemia). We can also find pictures of the tombs of fallen soldiers of other cemeteries, like the S.Michele al Tagliamento (VE).
Dimenticati di Stato (Forgotten by the State) This website is part of a project headed by Roberto Zamboni, Italian researcher involved in the research and repatriation of fallen soldiers buried in cemeteries abroad, who were prisoners of war and subjected to concentration camps. These soldiers are known as i dispersi: those who were forgotten by the state.
In this website we can find pictures of military cemeteries and partial lists of those buried in the Military Cemetery of Hamburgo, Monaco di Baviera and Francoforte.
Albo d'Oro dei Caduti della Grande Guerra (Golden Album of fallen soldiers of the Great War). This website contains a list of fallen soldiers of the First World War, especially soldiers born in the Provinces of Modena, Parma, Piacenza and Reggio Emilia. To find related last names, click in Cerca negli albi.
Fallen soldiers of different wars (especially from the First World War) and a list of soldiers who were awarded with medals and condecorations (World Wars, War of Resurgence, etc). Click here.
In this website we’ll find information about fallen soldiers in Reggio Emilia, from all wars, since1820 to 1945. Also about civilians deported and militaries hospitalized between 1940 and 1945, and the persecuted anti-fascists. http://www.albimemoria-istoreco.re.it/homepage.aspx