Flag of Germany of nautical polyester, for external use only, with digital print.
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The woven, after many years of accurate researches, is of high quality and it is resistant to the atmospheric agents. The nautical polyester is a knitted fabric and for this reason is resistant and it is recommended for the external use, because it is waterproof and it does not make the flag heavy.
The flag is digitally printed and it creates an effect which reflects the frontal image on the reverse side.
The package has a double neckline, a tape and a cable for an easy assembly.
The black-red-gold tricolour was born, like the others, between 1800 and 1900.
It first appeared in 1832 during a national and democratic demonstration, in which the patriots asked the communion and the democracy.
On the 9th of March Frankfurt’s Parliament declared black, red and gold the official colours of the federation.
In 1867 the North German Confederation changed gold colour with white colour and transformed the national flag with the black colour, the white colour (of Prussia, which was the most influential state) and the red colour (of the Hanseatic League and Brandeburg).
This flag later became the flag of the German Empire from 1871 to 1918.
Black, gold, and red colours were reintroduced with the establishment of the Weimar Republic in 1919, becase he wanted to reinstate the old colours.
When in 1933 the nazis established their authority they placed side by side the National flag and the flag which symbolized their faction: red (which represented socialism), with a white circle (which represented the nationalism) and the black swastika (which symbolized the fight for the triumph of the Aryan race). It was abolished in 1935 and then became unique.
After the defeat of Nazi Germany and the confederates’ occupation, Germany was no more an absolute state and the occupation government banished the nazi’s flag.
On the 9th of May 1949 the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) restored the black-red-gold tricolour. On the 1st of October 1959 the The Democratic Republic of Germany (East Germany) modified it and introduced the emule of the communist state.
Only in 1990 with the Two Germanies unification the black-red-gold tricolour had its final edification.
Flag of Germany of nautical...