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13 stripes alternating red and white representing the 13 founding countries, with 50 white stars on a blue background in the canton (1 star = 1 country that has joined the federation of the United States ofAmerica, more famous under the tag "USA"). Each State retains its flag a "national".
The flag tricolore is born of the meeting, under the French Revolution and the colors of the king (white) and the city of Paris (blue and red). Today, the tricolor flag flown on all public buildings, civil, or military ceremonies. He also had in the past other meaning: blue for the king, white for purity and red for the blood shed during the Revolution.
The flag of the United Kingdom, was created in 1603, after the Union of the Crowns of Scotland and England under their monarch common James Stuart (James VI of Scotland, and Jacques Ier of England). It combines the cross of st. George from the English flag and the cross of saint Andrew flag of scotland.After the Union of 1801, this flag was risen from the...
The canadian flag, also called a maple Leaf in French, is a red flag with a white square in the centre, bearing a red maple leaf stylized. The maple leaf is the symbol of nature and the environment in Canada since the Eighteenth century. The Indians of North America had long since discovered the virtues of the maple sap, which they gathered every spring.
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The Dutch flag is a tricolor flag composed of 3 horizontal stripes of colors red, white and blue. William I of Orange-Nassau, is known for having been the initiator and the leader of the revolt of the Spanish netherlands against the Spanish king, Philip II, gave the colours of the flag of the seven United Provinces (orange, white, and blue) to the north...