Military Colors

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History Of The Flags Of Romania - Flags of The Socialist Republic of Romania - Military Colors and Standards
... Military colors and standards adopted during the Romanian People’s Republic were modified or completely changed by Decree nr. 106 of 24 December 1966 regarding regulations for granting the military colors of units and large units from all military branches, modifying the display protocol for ensigns and pennants of navy and ... that the previous regulations were no longer valid, primarily because military colors of naval land units no longer featured the national flag colors, but only white and blue ensigns and pennants of the Navy and ...
History Of The Flags Of Romania - Flags of Greater Romania - Military Colors
... Military flags were tricolors with the national coat of arms painted in the center ... In the corners were found the golden monograms of Kings Ferdinand I, Carol II (two designs) or Michael I, crowned and surrounded by a wreath of golden oak leaves ...
List Of Flags Of Moldova - Historical Flags
1917-1918 Military colors of the Moldavian Democratic Republic Blue, yellow, red horizontal tricolor, proportions 111. 1856-1861 Military colors and naval ensign of the Principality of Moldavia Ratio 11 ... Principality of Moldavia around 1500 Military colors (?) of the Principality of Moldavia around 1500 Military colors (?) of the Principality of Moldavia 14th-19th century State flag of the Principality of ...
History Of The Flags Of Romania - Flags of The Romanian People’s Republic - Military Colors; Standards
189 for the establishment of the military colors of the Armed Forces of the Romanian People’s Republic, as well as standards for the Military Air Force and the Naval Forces ... Article 2 defined the units’ military colors as follows “three silk stripes colored red, yellow and blue, arranged vertically with blue situated near the flagpole ... in natural colors ...

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