Historie státní vlajky

21. 9. 2006 18:28

3 - protectorate flag

Protektorátní vlajka After the German occupation, the occupation authorities had the national colours replaced by a new Protectorate flag made up of three horizontal, equally broad stripes in the following order: white, red and blue.

The resistance movement abroad, though, retained the original Czechoslovak national flag, the appearance of which remained the same regardless of any of the future political or constitutional changes that would plague the state of Czechoslovakia in the coming period. In the end, it also became the national flag of the independent Czech Republic.

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