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[bwa]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Wanda Bigoszewska.

[bwc70]

Missing info! (4)
Title: Godła i flagi swiata
Medium: book
Main author(s): Andrzej Bonasewicz
Edition (publisher: place): Iskry: Warszawa (Poland)
Language: Polish
Edition date: 1970
Pages: 126
Remarks: Listed in [brz75] as #9.

[bwg93]

Title: Steige hoch, du roter Adler, …
(in English: Rise up, thou red eagle, …)
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Hartwig Bierwagen
Language: German (High)
Source title: Kleeblatt: Zeitschrift für Heraldik und verwandte Wissenschaften [klb]
Source number (date): 1993-1 (1993)
Source pages: 30-33

[bwi]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Wilhelm Berges.

[bwi74]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [b2w74]

[bwL99]

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Title: Flags and the law in South Africa
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Heather Brownell
Language: English
Source title: Flags of Southern Africa and the World — Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of Vexillology, Cape Town, South Africa, 10-15 August 1997 [icv97]
Source number (date): (1999)
Source pages: 28-36

[bwm]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Alan K. Bowman.

[bwo]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Wolfgang Bauer.

[bwr89]

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Title: Die Wappen des Preussenlandes
(in English: The arms of the Prussian country)
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Ludwig Biewer
Language: German (High)
Source title: Genealogica & Heraldica Lisboa 1986. Actas do 17º Congresso Internacional das Ciências Genealógica e Heráldica [ghc86]
Source number (date): (1989)
Source pages: 77-87

[bwr93]

Missing info! (2)
Title: Die Geschichte des pommerschen Greifenwappens. Ein Beitrag zur Staatssymbolik in den neuen Bundesländern
(in English: The history of the Pomeranian griffon arms. A contribution to the state symbolics in the new federal states)
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Ludwig Biewer
Language: German (High)
Source title: Baltische Studien
Source number (date): NF 70 (GR 125) (1993)
Source pages: 44-57
Source edition (publisher: place): Gesellschaft für Pommersche Geschichte, Altertumskunde und Kunst: Marburg (Germany)

[bxb75]

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Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Bb
Language: Czech
Source title: Vexilologie [vex]
Source number (date): 16 (1975.10)
Source pages: 190
Remarks: About [nfs]. Available on line.

[bxr24]

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Title: Trophées tant sacrés que profanes du Duché de Brabant
(in English: Trophies, both sacred and profan, of the Brabant Dukedom)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Christophre Butkens
Edition (publisher: place): Chrétien van Lom: den Haage (The Netherlands)
Language: French
Edition date: 1724
Pages: 572
Remarks: About flag on pages: 219-221, 248-250, 274-276, 338-341, 376-379, 454-457, and 530-535. Supplement: [bxr26]. Listed in [brz75] under #14.

[bxr26]

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Title: Trophées tant sacrés que profanes du Duché de Brabant (suppl.)
(in English: Trophies, both sacred and profan, of the Brabant Dukedom)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Christophre Butkens
Edition (publisher: place): Chrétien van Lom: den Haage (The Netherlands)
Language: French
Edition date: 1726
Pages: 235
Remarks: Supplement of [bxr24]. Listed in [brz75] under #14.

[bxt34]

Title: National Flags
Medium: book
Main author(s): E. H. Baxter
Edition (publisher: place): Frederick Warne and Co.: London and New York (United Kingdom)
Language: English
Edition date: 1934 (no edition specified; presumably first)
Pages: 190
Format: 185×120 mm

Remarks: hard-back with dust cover.

Recommended.

Short introduction.

Part One. British Empire 30 pages.
Covers British flags in general, then deals with the national flags of the dominions and protectorates, and badges of the colonies, one by one.

Part Two. Foreign Countries 80 pages.
Short entry for each country arranged alphabetically. Every entry has a black and white drawing of the flag with colours indicated by a letter code. Surprisingly good system; much better than hatching/shading. Also a list of «Days when the National Flag is Flown» for nearly every entry. Just two fairly ordinary colour plates of National Flags and two colour plates of aircraft insignia. Ends with all the national flag flying days listed by the calendar, and with flags and aircraft insignia classified by appearance.

I’ve not especially checked it for accuracy, but it seems quite good. Lists a large number of authorities consulted, including the Chief Librarian of the East Riding County Library at Beverley and the staff of the Hull Reference Library.

A neat little book. In some ways a fore-runner of Warne’s, «Observer’s Book of Flags» series [cra91], but with a better layout.

David Prothero, 01 Aug 1999


[bxvXX]

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Title: Гербы, флаги стран мира | Gerby flagi stran mira
(in English: Arms and flags of world countries)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Р. Банщиков | R. Banxikov
Edition (publisher: place): (Russia)
Language: Russian
Remarks: Listed in [brz75] under #3.

[bxx29]

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Title: Litt om flagg og bruken til sjøs
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): A. R. B.
Language: Norwegian (Bokmål)
Source title: Foreningen “Bergens Sjøfartsmuseum” Årshefte 1929
Source number (date): (1929)
Source pages: 8-16

[bya]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Dominic Bryan.

[byb85]

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Title: The Aircraft Encyclopedia
Medium: book
Main author(s): Roy Braybrook
Edition (publisher: place): Aladdin Paperback (Kingfisher Books): New York (United States)
Language: English
Edition date: 1985
Catalogue codes: ISBN 0-671-55337-2 = ISBN 978-0-671-55337-1
Pages: 188

[bye97]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [nfk97b]

[byeXX]

Missing info! (5)
Title: Die Nürnberger Gesetze vom 15. September 1935 (Reichflaggengesetz…) und das Ehegesundheitsgesetz vom 18. Oktober 1935
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Rudolf Beyer
Language: English
Source title: Universal Bibliothek, Philip Reclam
Source number (date): 7321 (1935 (?))
Remarks: About flags on p. 5-22. Listed in [brz75] as #6.

[byg90]

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Title: Hríseyarhreppur tekur upp byggðamerki
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Language: Icelandic
Source title: Sveitarstjórnamál
Source number (date): 52 (1990)
Source pages: 252

[byj]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Jennifer L. Bryan.

[byL98]

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Title: Kommunvapenrätt
Medium: book
Main author(s): Eric Bylander
Edition (publisher: place): Juridiska fakulteten – institutionen, Uppsala Universitet: Uppsala (Sweden)
Language: Swedish
Edition date: 1998
Pages: 89
Remarks: 20/20 university thesis

[byp]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Peter Brysch.

[byp95]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [b9y95]

[byt99]

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Title: Contemporary South African design influenced by the post-apartheid flag
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Leon Breytenbach
Language: English
Source title: Flags of Southern Africa and the World — Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of Vexillology, Cape Town, South Africa, 10-15 August 1997 [icv97]
Source number (date): (1999)
Source pages: 9-18

[byv99]

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Title: Byvåpen; Byflagg
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Secondary author(s): Ole Kristian Åsgård
Language: Norwegian (Bokmål)
Source title: Designhåndbok for Oslo kommune
Source number (date): (1999)
Source edition (publisher: place): Oslo kommune: Oslo (Norway)
Remarks: Book section. Available online at http://www.oslo.kommune.no/design/.

[bza]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [bza57]

[bza57]

Title: Las banderas de Artigas
(in English: The flags of Artigas)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Agustín Beraza
Edition (publisher: place): Imprenta Nacional: Montevideo (Uruguay)
Language: Castillian (a.k.a. Spanish)
Edition date: 1957 (no edition specified; presumably first)
Pages: 168
Format: 233×161(×12) mm

Remarks: Soft cover. There is another version of this investigation published as an article [bzaXX].

This book deals with the flags used by the Uruguayan national hero José Gervasio de Artigas from 1812 to 1820, and the later re-adoption of the Artigas’ flag as an Uruguayan National symbol. The book has some information about Argentine provincial flags influenced by Artigas’ federalist ideas.

Agustín Beraza was a very important Uruguayan History scholar. He investigated about a lot of details of the Artigas period in Uruguay. For example we can mention his investigations about Artiguist Privateers.

The book Las Banderas de Artigas has 2 color plates with a total of 26 illustrations (different Artiguist flags). It also has 2 black and white plates (the Artiguist Coat of Arms & the reproduction on an old graphic with the design of Artigas’ flag).

Francisco Gregoric, 05 Jul 2004


[bzaXX]

Missing info! (7)
Title
(in English: The flags of Artigas)
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Agustín Beraza
Language: Castillian (a.k.a. Spanish)
Previous edition: [bza57]
Source title: Revista del Instituto Histórico y Geográfico del Uruguay
Source number (date): XX
Source edition (publisher: place): Instituto Histórico y Geográfico del Uruguay: (unknown location) (Uruguay)

[bze69]

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Title: The organization of the legion: the first cohort and the equites legionis
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): David J. Breeze
Language: English
Source title: Journal of Roman Studies
Source number (date): 59 (1969)
Source pages: 50-55
Source edition (publisher: place): Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies: London (United Kingdom)

[bze71]

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Title: Pay grades and ranks below the centurionate
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): David J. Breeze
Language: English
Source title: Journal of Roman Studies
Source number (date): 61 (1971)
Source pages: 130-135
Source edition (publisher: place): Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies: London (United Kingdom)
Remarks: including the ranks of the standard-bearers (signifer, aquilifer etc)

[bze74]

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Title: The organisation of the career structure of the immunes and principales of the Roman army
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): David J. Breeze
Language: English
Source title: Bonner Jahrbücher
Source number (date): 174 (1974)
Source pages: 245-292
Source edition (publisher: place): Rheinisches Landesmuseum: Bonn (Germany)
Remarks: including the ranks of the different flagbearers

[bze89]

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Title: The flag of legion II Augusta on the Bridgeness distance slab
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): David J. Breeze
Language: English
Source title: Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
Source number (date): 119 (1989)
Source pages: 133-142
Source edition (publisher: place): Society of Antiquaries of Scotland: Edinburgh (United Kingdom)

[bze96]

Title: Hadrian’s Wall: a souvenir guide to the Roman wall
Medium: book
Main author(s): David J. Breeze
Edition (publisher: place): English Heritage: London (United Kingdom)
Language: English
Edition date: 1996 (3rd ed.)
Catalogue codes: ISBN 1-85074-252-9 = ISBN 978-1-85074-252-4
Pages: 52
Format: 260×209 mm

[bzi]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Ivo Brožek.

[bzk03]

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Title: Der wiedergekrönte Adler: Polens visuelle Selbstdarstellung
(in English: The Eagle Re-crowned. The Visual Self-representation of the Republic of Poland.)
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Arnold Bartetzky
Language: German (High)
Source title: Osteuropa: Zeitschrift für Gegenwartsfragen des Ostens
Source number (date): 53:7 (2003)
Source pages: 910-921 + plates
Source edition (publisher: place): Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt: Stuttgart (Germany)
Catalogue codes: ISSN:0030-6428

Like the other states of Central and Eastern Europe, Poland was confronted after 1989-90 with the task of redefining its conception of itself as a state and portraying its restored sovereignty. This article examines a broad spectrum of forms and media used by the state to portray itself visually. The main features of these self-representations are identified as the legitimising emphasis on Poland’s state tradition, a preference for the idea of military martyrdom which has been inherited from the communist period, and the strong presence of religious motifs which is typical of Polish culture.
edited by Jan Oskar Engene


[bzp73]

Missing info! (4)
Title: Österreichisches Städtebuch (3. Band): Die Städte Vorarlbergs
(in English: Austrian town book (vol. 3): the towns of Vorarlberg)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Franz Baltzarek; Johanne Pradel
Secondary author(s): Roman Sandgruber
Edition (publisher: place): Hollinek: Wien (Austria)
Language: German (High)
Edition date: 1973
Remarks: every entry contains a text on the town arms and (if applicable) on the town colours

[bzs96]

Missing info! (1)
Title: The New Flag of Turkmenistan
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Lowell Bezanis
Language: English
Source title: New England Journal of Vexillology [nej]
Source number (date): 4 (1996)
Remarks: Available on line.

[bzs98]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [b7s98]

[bzt0X]

Missing info! (3)
Title: Le bandiere del Castello nel folklore di Città della Pieve
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Daniela Barzanti
Language: Italian
Source title: SbandierAutori [i9t0X]
Source number (date): (200X)
Remarks: Chapter in the section entitled «La tradizione del gioco della bandiera a Città della Pieve»

[bzv99]

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Title: Ships Flying the Flag of International Organizations: A Study of the Maritime Flag of International Organizations
Medium: book
Main author(s): Vincent P. Bantz
Edition (publisher: place): (unknown publisher): Genève (Switzerland)
Language: English
Edition date: 1999

[bzw03]

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Title: Symbols, Myths, and Metaphors: the Discursive Battle Over the “True” Belarusian Narrative
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Anna Brzozowska
Language: English
Source title: Slovo
Source number (date): 15.1 (2003)
Source pages: 49-58

[bzz]

Unused entry: Please refer to author U. Barlozzetti.

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