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Flags proposals - artist unknown (Germany)

with white intermediate stripes

Last modified: 2012-10-13 by pete loeser
Keywords: coat of arms (eagle: black) | einigkeit recht freiheit | disc (red) | post horn (yellow) | bugle (yellow) | iron cross | cross: formy (black) |
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A fourth set of proposals added small white stripes between the black, red and golden stripes, like on the modern Gambian flag. I do not know who the author/artist of these proposals was.
Marcus Schmöger, 4 March 2002


National Flag and Civil Ensign
National- und Handelsflagge

[Scandinavian cross proposal for a National Flag and Civil Ensign (Germany)] Image by Marcus Schmöger, 4 March 2002

Horizontally striped of black-white-red-white-gold, about 4:1:4:1:4. Source: Dreyhaupt 2000 [drh00], fig. 174.
Marcus Schmöger, 4 March 2002


State Flag
Dienstflagge

[Unknown author's proposal for a State Flag (Germany)] Image by Marcus Schmöger, 4 March 2002

This added a golden shield, fimbriated white, in the center with a black eagle holding a white scroll with the inscription Einigkeit Recht Freiheit (Unity Law Freedom). This motto stems from the third stanza of the German national anthem, which is also now the national anthem - Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit für das deutsche Vaterland. Source: Dreyhaupt 2000 [drh00], fig. 176.
Marcus Schmöger, 4 March 2002


Postal Flag
Postflagge

[Unknown author's proposal for a Postal Flag (Germany)] Image by Marcus Schmöger, 4 March 2002

A red disc, fimbriated white, in the center of the national flag, thereon a yellow post horn. Source: Dreyhaupt 2000 [drh00], fig. 177.
Marcus Schmöger, 4 March 2002


War Minister's Flag
Flagge des Reichswehrministers

[Unknown author's proposal for a War Minister's Flag(Germany)] Image by Marcus Schmöger, 4 March 2002

The national flag with the Iron Cross in the center. Source: Dreyhaupt 2000 [drh00], fig. 175.
Marcus Schmöger, 4 March 2002


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