Brussels World and International Exhibition 1958 - Expo58

Review of the world for a more human world

April 17, 1958 - October 19, 1958

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International Red Cross

International Red Cross at the Exhibition Expo Brussels 1958

© Expo58 - EGICARTE

Architect(s) : J. Goossens-Bara

To be at the service of man, whatever his colour, race, behaviour or affiliation: is this ideal of human solidarity not exactly in line with the general theme of the Exhibition? Henry Dunant's work should therefore be represented in this manifestation of international benevolence.

The Red Cross abolishes frontiers to reach out to man in his hour of need, in time of peace as in time of war, whether he is facing external perils or the evils inflicted on him by other men.

This enormous protective network covers the whole world, 110 million members grouped in 77 national societies have rallied to this ideal of goodness.

The Red Cross Youth teaches children to be good "world citizens".

The pavilion represented the contribution of the Red Cross in its threefold form: the International Committee, the League of Societies and the national societies serving under the same banner: red cross on a white background.

© Guide Officiel Exposition Universelle de Bruxelles 1958 - Desclée & Co