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German Flag

Superior quality German flag, carefully crafted of heavy-duty, fully sewn, nylon color panels

Far more durable than cheap, printed flags found elsewhere

Deep dyed inks for maximum fade resistance

Quadruple stitched end seam for maximum resistance to fraying

Official flag of Germany design

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    Design and Meaning of the German Flag

    The flag of Germany features three horizontal bands of color. Going from the top down, they are black, red and gold. These colors are said to represent Germany's struggle for freedom going from black (darkness and servitude) through the red of bloody struggle to gold - the color of the stars.

    Although these colors have long been a part of German culture and history, dating to before the Napoleonic wars in the 19th century, the current German flag design wasn't  officially adopted by the country of Germany until after World War I, during the Wiemar republic.


    The German flags official size ratio is 3:5. The official colors are as follows:

    Black Red Gold
    CMYK C-0, M-0, Y-0, K-100 C-0, M-100, Y-100, K-0 C-0, M-12, Y-100, K-5
    Hex #000000 #FF0000 #FFCC00
    RGB 0,0,0 255,0,0 255,204,0

    Federal Flag Days in Germany

    By government decree, the German flag must be flown from all public buildings on these dates, each year:

    January 27th
    Commemoration day for the Victims of National Socialism
    May 1st
    National Workers' Day
    May 9th
    Europe Day
    May 23rd Constitution Day
    July 20th
    Anniversary of the July 20, 1944 attempt to assassinate Hitler
    October 3rd
    German Unity Day - Celebrating German re-unification in 1990
    2 Sundays before the First Advent
    A national day of mourning for all those killed during wartime. (Flags are flown at half-mast on this day).
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