8 of the World’s Most Unique National Flags — From The Darkness Into The Light

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In case it’s not obvious, I enjoy flags. When I was young, I wrote to all 50 U. S. states and managed to get small flags from most of them, around 3″ by 5″. The two exceptions were Washington state that sent me a large plastic flag, around 2′ by 3′ and Ohio, which sent me a similar sized cloth flag. I later had a small Guam flag picked up by a cousin as he was on his back from Vietnam. He also gave me a regular sized South Vietnamese flag. I lost all the flags in moves over the years.

I have several 3″ by 5″ state and national flags I picked up a few years ago.

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7 Responses to 8 of the World’s Most Unique National Flags — From The Darkness Into The Light

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Fascinating flags; especially Zimbabwe with its picture of modern weapon and the shape of Nepal’s flag

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