The commemorative flags (Thin Blue Line)

The commemorative flags (Thin Blue Line)

The commemorative flags (Thin Blue Line)   The thin blue line (Thin Blue Line) is a symbol used by the police to commemorate the fallen officers, originally from the UK but is widely used in both the US and Canada. Both the symbol and flag the form of three horizontal...
Sheldon Cooper presents Fun with flags

Sheldon Cooper presents Fun with flags

Sheldon Cooper presents Fun with flags & Nbsp ; Sheldon Cooper is one of the most famous characters from the popular comedy series The Big Bang Theory, a smart guy, great scientist, who does not understand the taunts and enthusiast vexillology. Because of this...
United Kingdom, Great Britain? What differences are there?

United Kingdom, Great Britain? What differences are there?

United Kingdom , Great Britain ? What differences are there?   On many occasions, either on foot or in street media, for example I have heard on the radio today, referring to UK incorrectly. The most common mistake is to refer to the UK as a Britain , since Britain is...
Jolly Roger and the pirate flags

Jolly Roger and the pirate flags

Jolly Roger and the pirate flags Known as Jolly Roger the first pirate flags were colored red and imitating the color of blood. It is not known exactly why this name but the most accepted theory is that it can come from the French words, Jolie Rouge . Means lovely red...
Earth Flag

Earth Flag

Earth Flag   Earth banner officially no, but proposals there and enough, the latter is the Swedish student Oskar Pernefeldt, presented for use in space expeditions representing our planet and remind all residents that must be cared all that around us.   According to...
What is FIAV?

What is FIAV?

What is FIAV? It is the international association dedicated to the study of vexillology, FIAV means International Federation of Vexillological Associations, the purpose of the FIAV is a vexillological study for the creation and development of knowledge of all kinds of...