in: International review of the Red Cross: Humanitarian debate; law, policy, action, Volume 12, Issue 137, p. 465-466
ISSN: 1816-3831 (print), 1607-5889 (electronic)
Monuments to Henry Dunant's memory exist in a number of countries. The latest is the one inaugurated in Mexico by the National Society last October. The ceremony, which took place on the esplanade in front of the Mexican Red Cross hospital, simultaneously commemorated two other important events: the sixtieth anniversary of the founding of the Mexican Red Cross, and the presentation of the Florence Nightingale Medal to Mrs. Dolores Campos de Estrada, as announced in our May 1971 issue.