Historical flags of Europe

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English: This is a gallery of notable historical flags used in Europe.

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Historical flags of Albania[edit]

Historical flags of Andorra[edit]

Historical flags of Austria[edit]

Medieval banner of the Margetive of Austria (House of Babenberg) (976–1136)
Medieval banner of the Margetive of Austria (House of Babenberg) (976–1136)
Flag of the Duchy of Austria (1156–1453) / Archduchy of Austria (1453–1618)
Flag of the Duchy of Austria (1156–1453) / Archduchy of Austria (1453–1618)
Banner of the Holy Roman Empire (1400–1453)
Banner of the Holy Roman Empire (1400–1453)
Flag of the Archduchy of Austria (1453–1804)
Flag of the Archduchy of Austria (1453–1804)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Matthias of Hungary 1487–1490)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Matthias of Hungary 1487–1490)
Ensign of the Archduchy of Austria (1658–1804)
Ensign of the Archduchy of Austria (1658–1804)
Flag of the Archduchy of Austria (Merchant flag) (1749–1746)
Flag of the Archduchy of Austria (Merchant flag) (1749–1746)
Civil Flag of the Habsburg Monarchy (1806–1806)/ Merchant ensign of the Habsburg monarchy (1730-1750)/ Flag of the Austrian Empire (1804-1867)/ Flag of Cisleithania within Austria-Hungary (1867–1918)
Civil Flag of the Habsburg Monarchy (1806–1806)/ Merchant ensign of the Habsburg monarchy (1730-1750)/ Flag of the Austrian Empire (1804-1867)/ Flag of Cisleithania within Austria-Hungary (1867–1918)
Civil ensign of Austria 1786–1869; Naval ensign of Austria (1786–1915) (de facto until 1918)
Civil ensign of Austria 1786–1869; Naval ensign of Austria (1786–1915) (de facto until 1918)
Civil ensign of Austria-Hungary (1869–1918)
Civil ensign of Austria-Hungary (1869–1918)
Flag of the Republic of German–Austria (1918–1919) and the flag of the First Austrian Republic (1919–1934)
Flag of the Republic of German–Austria (1918–1919) and the flag of the First Austrian Republic (1919–1934)
Flag of the Federal State of Austria (1934–1938)
Flag of the Federal State of Austria (1934–1938)
(1938–1945)
(1938–1945)
Fatherland Front
Fatherland Front

Austrian states

(Princely) County of Tyrol (1140–1919)
(Princely) County of Tyrol (1140–1919)
Flag of the Duchy of Styria (19th century-1918)
Flag of the Duchy of Styria (19th century-1918)
Flag of Electorate of Salzburg (1803–1918)
Flag of Electorate of Salzburg (1803–1918)

Historical flags of Belarus[edit]

Mahilioŭ Voivodeship (1267-1598)
Mahilioŭ Voivodeship (1267-1598)
Duchy of Lіthuania (13th century–1413 )
Duchy of Lіthuania (13th century–1413 )
Royal banner of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Royal banner of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Principality of Polotsk (medieval)
Principality of Polotsk (medieval)
Vitebsk Voivodeship (1503–1772)
Vitebsk Voivodeship (1503–1772)
Połock Voivodeship (1504–1793)
Połock Voivodeship (1504–1793)
Mstislaw Voivodeship (1566–1772)
Mstislaw Voivodeship (1566–1772)
Brest-Litovsk Voivodeship (1566–1795)
Brest-Litovsk Voivodeship (1566–1795)
Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania under the Jagiellonian Dynasty (1385–1572)
Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania under the Jagiellonian Dynasty (1385–1572)
Polish-Lithuanian Commenwealth (Royal Banner used by the Vasa dynasty) (1587–1668)
Polish-Lithuanian Commenwealth (Royal Banner used by the Vasa dynasty) (1587–1668)
Russian occupation of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1655-1667)
Russian occupation of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1655-1667)
Polish-Lithuanian Commenwealth (Royal Banner of Michał Korybut Wiśniowiecki) (1669-1673)
Polish-Lithuanian Commenwealth (Royal Banner of Michał Korybut Wiśniowiecki) (1669-1673)
Polish-Lithuanian Commenwealth (Royal Banner of The House of Sobieski) (1674-1697)
Polish-Lithuanian Commenwealth (Royal Banner of The House of Sobieski) (1674-1697)
Polish-Lithuanian Commenwealth (Royal Banner of The House of Wettin) (1697-1704/1709-1763)
Polish-Lithuanian Commenwealth (Royal Banner of The House of Wettin) (1697-1704/1709-1763)
Polish-Lithuanian Commenwealth (Royal Banner of The House of Leszczyński) (1704-1709)
Polish-Lithuanian Commenwealth (Royal Banner of The House of Leszczyński) (1704-1709)
Polish-Lithuanian Commenwealth (Royal Banner of Stanisław II of Poland) (1763-1795)
Polish-Lithuanian Commenwealth (Royal Banner of Stanisław II of Poland) (1763-1795)
Belarusian Governorate (December 12, 1796-February 27, 1802), Vitebsk Governorate (1802–1858/1896-1917), Mogilev Governorate (1772-1858/1896-1919), Minsk Governorate (1793–1858/1896-1921), Grodno Governorate (1801-1858/1896-1918)
Belarusian Governorate (December 12, 1796-February 27, 1802), Vitebsk Governorate (1802–1858/1896-1917), Mogilev Governorate (1772-1858/1896-1919), Minsk Governorate (1793–1858/1896-1921), Grodno Governorate (1801-1858/1896-1918)
Vitebsk Governorate (1858-1896), Mogilev Governorate (1858-1896), Minsk Governorate (1858-1896), Grodno Governorate (1858-1896)
Vitebsk Governorate (1858-1896), Mogilev Governorate (1858-1896), Minsk Governorate (1858-1896), Grodno Governorate (1858-1896)
German occupied Belarus (1915-1918)
German occupied Belarus (1915-1918)
Flag of the Belarusian Democratic Republic (1918)
Flag of the Belarusian Democratic Republic (1918)
Flag of the Belarusian Democratic Republic with coat of arms (1918)
Flag of the Belarusian Democratic Republic with coat of arms (1918)
Flag of the Belarusian Democratic Republic with coat of arms (variant) (1918)
Flag of the Belarusian Democratic Republic with coat of arms (variant) (1918)
Belarusian Democratic Republic (in exile) (1919–1925)
Belarusian Democratic Republic (in exile) (1919–1925)
Republic of Central Lithuania (1920–1922)
Republic of Central Lithuania (1920–1922)
Republic of Central Lithuania (Variant) (1920–1922)
Republic of Central Lithuania (Variant) (1920–1922)
Flag of Lithuanian-Byelorussian SSR
Flag of Lithuanian-Byelorussian SSR
Republic of Poland (1918–1939)
Republic of Poland (1918–1939)
Flag of Byelorussian SSR (1919–1927)
Flag of Byelorussian SSR (1919–1927)
Flag of Byelorussian SSR (1937–1940)
Flag of Byelorussian SSR (1937–1940)
Reichskommissariat Ukraine and Reichskommissariat Ostland (1941-1944)
Reichskommissariat Ukraine and Reichskommissariat Ostland (1941-1944)
Flag of the Belarusian Central Council (1942—1944)
Flag of the Belarusian Central Council (1942—1944)
Union of Belarusian Youth (1943-1945)
Union of Belarusian Youth (1943-1945)
Flag of Byelorussian SSR (1944–1951)
Flag of Byelorussian SSR (1944–1951)
Flag of Byelorussian SSR (1951–1991)
Flag of Byelorussian SSR (1951–1991)
Flag of Byelorussian SSR (1951–1991) (Reverse flag)
Flag of Byelorussian SSR (1951–1991) (Reverse flag)
Republic of Belarus (1991–1995)
Republic of Belarus (1991–1995)
Flag of Belarus (1995–2012)
Flag of Belarus (1995–2012)

Historical flags of Belgium[edit]

Spanish Netherlands (1556–1714)
Spanish Netherlands (1556–1714)
French occupation of the Spanish Netherlands (1643-1648/ 1688-1697/ 1701-1707/ 1745-1748)
French occupation of the Spanish Netherlands (1643-1648/ 1688-1697/ 1701-1707/ 1745-1748)
Dutch occupation of the Spanish Netherlands (1706–1714)
Dutch occupation of the Spanish Netherlands (1706–1714)
Austrian Netherlands (1714–1797)
Austrian Netherlands (1714–1797)
Ostend Company (1722–1731)
Ostend Company (1722–1731)
Brabant Revolution (1789)
Brabant Revolution (1789)
French First Republic (1792–1804)/French Republic (1804–1808)/ French Empire (1808–1815)
French First Republic (1792–1804)/French Republic (1804–1808)/ French Empire (1808–1815)
Kingdom of the Netherlands (1815–1839)
Kingdom of the Netherlands (1815–1839)
Belgian rebels (1830–1831)
Belgian rebels (1830–1831)
Fanion of the Belgian Legion during the French intervention in Mexico (1865)
Fanion of the Belgian Legion during the French intervention in Mexico (1865)
Neutral Moresnet (1883–1920)
Neutral Moresnet (1883–1920)
German occupation of Belgium during World War I
German occupation of Belgium during World War I
Military Administration in Belgium and Northern France (1940–1944)
Military Administration in Belgium and Northern France (1940–1944)

Brussels

(1991–2015)
(1991–2015)

Flanders

County of Flanders (862–1797)
County of Flanders (862–1797)
Duchy of Brabant (1183–1794)
Duchy of Brabant (1183–1794)
Kingdom of France (10th to 12th century)
Kingdom of France (10th to 12th century)
Kingdom of France (12th to 13th century)
Kingdom of France (12th to 13th century)
County of Flanders during the Third Crusade
County of Flanders during the Third Crusade
Kingdom of France (14th to 16th century)
Kingdom of France (14th to 16th century)
The Royal Banner of early modern France (1365–1526)
The Royal Banner of early modern France (1365–1526)
Flag of the Archduchy of Austria (1526–1556)
Flag of the Archduchy of Austria (1526–1556)
Spanish Netherlands (1556–1714)
Spanish Netherlands (1556–1714)
French occupation of the Spanish Netherlands (1643-1648/ 1688-1697/ 1701-1707/ 1745-1748)
French occupation of the Spanish Netherlands (1643-1648/ 1688-1697/ 1701-1707/ 1745-1748)
Dutch occupation of the Spanish Netherlands (1706–1714)
Dutch occupation of the Spanish Netherlands (1706–1714)
Austrian Netherlands (1714–1797)
Austrian Netherlands (1714–1797)
French First Republic (1792–1804)/French Republic (1804–1808)/ French Empire (1808–1815)
French First Republic (1792–1804)/French Republic (1804–1808)/ French Empire (1808–1815)
Flemish Volunteer Legion during the Second World War
Flemish Volunteer Legion during the Second World War

Wallonia

East Francia (843-912)
East Francia (843-912)
County of Hainaut (900-1797)
County of Hainaut (900-1797)
Prince-Bishopric of Liège
Prince-Bishopric of Liège
Holy Roman Empire (14th century)
Holy Roman Empire (14th century)
Imperial Pavilion of Holy Roman Empire (1400s)
Imperial Pavilion of Holy Roman Empire (1400s)
Holy Roman Empire (early 1400s)
Holy Roman Empire (early 1400s)
Holy Roman Empire (1400–1806)
Holy Roman Empire (1400–1806)
Holy Roman Empire with Arms (1437–1477)
Holy Roman Empire with Arms (1437–1477)
Flag of the Archduchy of Austria (1477–1556)
Flag of the Archduchy of Austria (1477–1556)
Spanish Netherlands (1556–1714)
Spanish Netherlands (1556–1714)
French occupation of the Spanish Netherlands (1643-1648/ 1688-1697/ 1701-1707/ 1745-1748)
French occupation of the Spanish Netherlands (1643-1648/ 1688-1697/ 1701-1707/ 1745-1748)
Dutch occupation of the Spanish Netherlands (1706–1714)
Dutch occupation of the Spanish Netherlands (1706–1714)
Austrian Netherlands (1714–1797)
Austrian Netherlands (1714–1797)
French First Republic (1792–1804)/French Republic (1804–1808)/ French Empire (1808–1815)
French First Republic (1792–1804)/French Republic (1804–1808)/ French Empire (1808–1815)
(1913-1998)
(1913-1998)

Historical flags of Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

FICTION - Flag of the Kingdom of Croatia (–1102)
FICTION - Flag of the Kingdom of Croatia (–1102)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1102–1163)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1102–1163)
Bosnian Banate (1154–1377)
Bosnian Banate (1154–1377)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1202–1301)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1202–1301)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1322–1377)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1322–1377)
Kingdom of Bosnia (1377-1463)
Kingdom of Bosnia (1377-1463)
Banner used for "Rama" at Ferdinand II's coronation as King of Hungary (1618)
Banner used for "Rama" at Ferdinand II's coronation as King of Hungary (1618)
FICTION - Sanjak of Bosnia (1463-1499)
FICTION - Sanjak of Bosnia (1463-1499)
Sanjak of Bosnia (1499-1514)
Sanjak of Bosnia (1499-1514)
FICTION - Sanjak of Bosnia (1514-1517)
FICTION - Sanjak of Bosnia (1514-1517)
Sanjak of Bosnia (1517–1793)
Sanjak of Bosnia (1517–1793)
Bosnia Vilayet (before 1760)
Bosnia Vilayet (before 1760)
Sanjak of Bosnia (1793–1867)
Sanjak of Bosnia (1793–1867)
Sanjak of Bosnia (1844–1878)
Sanjak of Bosnia (1844–1878)
Bosnia Vilayet (1867–1878)
Bosnia Vilayet (1867–1878)
Condominium of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1878–1908)
Condominium of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1878–1908)
Austria-Hungary (1908–1918)
Austria-Hungary (1908–1918)
Bosnia (1908–1918)
Bosnia (1908–1918)
Province of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1918-1922)/ Vrbas Oblast, Bihać Oblast, Oblast of Sarajevo, Travnik Oblast, Oblast of Tuzla (1922–1929)/ Vrbas Banovina, Littoral Banovina, Zeta Banovina, Drina Banovina (1929–1941)
Province of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1918-1922)/ Vrbas Oblast, Bihać Oblast, Oblast of Sarajevo, Travnik Oblast, Oblast of Tuzla (1922–1929)/ Vrbas Banovina, Littoral Banovina, Zeta Banovina, Drina Banovina (1929–1941)
Independent State of Croatia (1941–1945)
Independent State of Croatia (1941–1945)
Bosnian-Herzegovinian Partisans (1940–1946)
Bosnian-Herzegovinian Partisans (1940–1946)
Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1946–1992)
Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1946–1992)
Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992–1998)
Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992–1998)

Herzegovina

Duchy of Saint Sava (1448–1482)
Duchy of Saint Sava (1448–1482)
Duchy of Saint Sava (Variant) (1448–1482)
Duchy of Saint Sava (Variant) (1448–1482)
FICTION - Sanjak of Herzegovina (1470-1499)
FICTION - Sanjak of Herzegovina (1470-1499)
Sanjak of Herzegovina (1499-1514)
Sanjak of Herzegovina (1499-1514)
FICTION - Sanjak of Herzegovina (1514-1517)
FICTION - Sanjak of Herzegovina (1514-1517)
Sanjak of Herzegovina (1517–1793)
Sanjak of Herzegovina (1517–1793)
Bosnia Vilayet (before 1760)
Bosnia Vilayet (before 1760)
Sanjak of Herzegovina (1793–1833), Herzegovina Eyalet (1833-1844)
Sanjak of Herzegovina (1793–1833), Herzegovina Eyalet (1833-1844)
Herzegovina Eyalet (1844-1851), Sanjak of Herzegovina (1851–1878)
Herzegovina Eyalet (1844-1851), Sanjak of Herzegovina (1851–1878)
Herzegovina (1878–1918)
Herzegovina (1878–1918)

Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia

Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia (1993–1995)
Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia (1993–1995)
Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia (alternative) (1993–1995)
Autonomous Province of Western Bosnia (alternative) (1993–1995)
Republic of Western Bosnia (1995)
Republic of Western Bosnia (1995)
Former flag of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1996-2007)
Former flag of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1996-2007)

Republic of Srpska

Unofficial flag of Republika Srpska, depicting Serbian cross on tricolor (frequently used in 1990s)
Unofficial flag of Republika Srpska, depicting Serbian cross on tricolor (frequently used in 1990s)
Unofficial flag of Republika Srpska charged with former coat of arms (1995–2007)
Unofficial flag of Republika Srpska charged with former coat of arms (1995–2007)
Standard of the President of Republika Srpska (1995-2007)
Standard of the President of Republika Srpska (1995-2007)
Standard of the Prime minister of Republika Srpska (1995-2007)
Standard of the Prime minister of Republika Srpska (1995-2007)
Former standard of the President of National Assembly of Republika Srpska (1995-2007)
Former standard of the President of National Assembly of Republika Srpska (1995-2007)
Standard of the Minister of defence of Republika Srpska of Republika Srpska (1995-2007)
Standard of the Minister of defence of Republika Srpska of Republika Srpska (1995-2007)

Croatian Republic of Herzeg-Bosnia and West Herzegovina Canton

Flag that represented Croats in the constituent assembly of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (March 1994)
Flag that represented Croats in the constituent assembly of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (March 1994)
Flag of Croat Self-Rule (2001)
Flag of Croat Self-Rule (2001)
Flag of the Croatian Brigade in the Army of the Federation (1999–2004)
Flag of the Croatian Brigade in the Army of the Federation (1999–2004)

Historical flags of Bulgaria [edit]


Tsardom Bulgaria (865-1018)
Tsardom Bulgaria (865-1018)
Theoritical Flag of Bulgaria (9th century)
Theoritical Flag of Bulgaria (9th century)
Second Bulgarian Empire (1325)
Second Bulgarian Empire (1325)
Second Bulgarian Empire (Variant) (?-1396)
Second Bulgarian Empire (Variant) (?-1396)
Tsardom of Vidin (14th century)
Tsardom of Vidin (14th century)
FICTION - Eyalet of Rumelia (1308-1375/1383-1453)
FICTION - Eyalet of Rumelia (1308-1375/1383-1453)
FICTION - Eyalet of Rumelia (1463-1499)
FICTION - Eyalet of Rumelia (1463-1499)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1499-1514)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1499-1514)
FICTION - Eyalet of Rumelia (1514-1517)
FICTION - Eyalet of Rumelia (1514-1517)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1517–1793)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1517–1793)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1793–1867)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1793–1867)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1867–1878)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1867–1878)
Russian Empire occupied of Bulgaria (1877)
Russian Empire occupied of Bulgaria (1877)
Republic of Tamrash (1878–1886)
Republic of Tamrash (1878–1886)
Bulgarian Legion (1862–1868)
Bulgarian Legion (1862–1868)
Unofficial Bulgarian War-time flag
Unofficial Bulgarian War-time flag
Zname Aprilsko vastanie
Zname Aprilsko vastanie
Bulgarian Volunteer Corps (1877-)
Bulgarian Volunteer Corps (1877-)
Eastern Rumelia (1878–1885)
Eastern Rumelia (1878–1885)
Soviet occupation of Bulgaria (1945–1946)
Soviet occupation of Bulgaria (1945–1946)
People's Republic of Bulgaria (1946–1948)
People's Republic of Bulgaria (1946–1948)
People's Republic of Bulgaria (1948–1967)
People's Republic of Bulgaria (1948–1967)
People's Republic of Bulgaria (1967–1971)
People's Republic of Bulgaria (1967–1971)
People's Republic of Bulgaria (1971–1990)
People's Republic of Bulgaria (1971–1990)

Historical flags of Croatia[edit]

Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1102–1172)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1102–1172)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Béla III of Hungary 1172–1196)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Béla III of Hungary 1172–1196)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (13th century–1301)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (13th century–1301)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (Árpád dynasty)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (Árpád dynasty)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1301–1382)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1301–1382)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Sigismund of Hungary 1387–1437)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Sigismund of Hungary 1387–1437)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Vladislaus I of Hungary 1440–1444)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Vladislaus I of Hungary 1440–1444)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Matthias of Hungary 1458–1490)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Matthias of Hungary 1458–1490)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Matthias of Hungary 1458–1490)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Matthias of Hungary 1458–1490)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Vladislaus II of Hungary 1490–1516)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Vladislaus II of Hungary 1490–1516)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Louis II of Hungary 1516–1526)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Louis II of Hungary 1516–1526)
Sanjak of Pojega (1538–1699), Kanije Eyalet (1600–1690), Eyalet of Budin (1541–1686)
Sanjak of Pojega (1538–1699), Kanije Eyalet (1600–1690), Eyalet of Budin (1541–1686)
Croatia in personal union with Hungary (Early 16th century–1526)
Croatia in personal union with Hungary (Early 16th century–1526)
Banner of Croatia at Ferdinand II's coronation (1618)
Banner of Croatia at Ferdinand II's coronation (1618)
Royal bans Standard of Nikola III Erdody (1680–1690)
Royal bans Standard of Nikola III Erdody (1680–1690)
Illyrian Provinces (1809–1814)
Illyrian Provinces (1809–1814)
Coronation flag of Ferdinand I of Austria (1830)
Coronation flag of Ferdinand I of Austria (1830)
Josip Jelačić Royal Bans Standard (1848–1859)
Josip Jelačić Royal Bans Standard (1848–1859)
Kingdom of Croatia (1848–1852)
Kingdom of Croatia (1848–1852)
Royal bans Standard of Baron Josip Šokčević (1860–1867)
Royal bans Standard of Baron Josip Šokčević (1860–1867)
Flag of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia (1868–1918)
Flag of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia (1868–1918)
Royal bans Standard of Baron Levin Rauch (1868–1871)
Royal bans Standard of Baron Levin Rauch (1868–1871)
Rakovica Uprising (1871)
Rakovica Uprising (1871)
State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs (1918)
State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs (1918)
Province of Dalmatia, Province of Croatia and Slavonia (1918-1922)/ Oblast of Dubrovnik, Osijek Oblast, Primorsko-Krajina Oblast, Zagreb Oblast, Oblast of Split (1922–1929)/ Littoral Banovina, Sava Banovina (1929–1941)
Province of Dalmatia, Province of Croatia and Slavonia (1918-1922)/ Oblast of Dubrovnik, Osijek Oblast, Primorsko-Krajina Oblast, Zagreb Oblast, Oblast of Split (1922–1929)/ Littoral Banovina, Sava Banovina (1929–1941)
Banovina of Croatia (1939–1941)
Banovina of Croatia (1939–1941)
Independent State of Croatia (1941–1945)
Independent State of Croatia (1941–1945)
Flag of the 369th Croatian Reinforced Infantry Regiment (obverse)
Flag of the 369th Croatian Reinforced Infantry Regiment (obverse)
Flag of the 369th Croatian Reinforced Infantry Regiment (reverse)
Flag of the 369th Croatian Reinforced Infantry Regiment (reverse)
War flag of the Independent State of Croatia
War flag of the Independent State of Croatia
Early flag of the Yugoslav Partisans
Early flag of the Yugoslav Partisans
Socialist Republic of Croatia (1946)
Socialist Republic of Croatia (1946)
Socialist Republic of Croatia (1947–1990)
Socialist Republic of Croatia (1947–1990)
Socialist Republic of Croatia (1990)
Socialist Republic of Croatia (1990)
Socialist Republic of Croatia (1990)
Socialist Republic of Croatia (1990)

Dubrovnik/Ragusa

Venetian Ragusa (1205-1358)
Venetian Ragusa (1205-1358)
Ragusan Republic (1358–1808)
Ragusan Republic (1358–1808)
Ragusan Republic (Variant) (1358–1808)
Ragusan Republic (Variant) (1358–1808)
Ragusan Republic (State flag), (war flag) and (naval ensign) (1358–1808)
Ragusan Republic (State flag), (war flag) and (naval ensign) (1358–1808)
Ragusan Republic (Civil ensign) (1358–c.1667)
Ragusan Republic (Civil ensign) (1358–c.1667)
Ragusan Republic (Secondary ensign) (c.1667-1807)
Ragusan Republic (Secondary ensign) (c.1667-1807)
The "Libertas" Flag of Dubrovnik (1358–1808)
The "Libertas" Flag of Dubrovnik (1358–1808)
The "Libertas" Civil and merchant flag (1358–1808)
The "Libertas" Civil and merchant flag (1358–1808)
French occupation of Ragusa (1806–1808)
French occupation of Ragusa (1806–1808)
Russian occupation of the Ragusan sea (1806–1808)
Russian occupation of the Ragusan sea (1806–1808)
British occupation of the Ragusan sea (1806–1808)
British occupation of the Ragusan sea (1806–1808)
Illyrian Provinces (1809–1814)
Illyrian Provinces (1809–1814)
Flag of the Austrian Empire (1814-1820)
Flag of the Austrian Empire (1814-1820)
Kingdom of Dalmatia (1820–1918)
Kingdom of Dalmatia (1820–1918)
Province of Dalmatia (1918-1922)/ Oblast of Dubrovnik (1922–1929)/ Zeta Banovina (1929–1941)
Province of Dalmatia (1918-1922)/ Oblast of Dubrovnik (1922–1929)/ Zeta Banovina (1929–1941)
Dubrovnik Republic (1991–1992)
Dubrovnik Republic (1991–1992)

Slavonia



Flag of Esclavonia (according to Book of All Kingdoms) (1350)
Flag of Esclavonia (according to Book of All Kingdoms) (1350)
Banner of Slavonia at Ferdinand II's coronation (1618)
Banner of Slavonia at Ferdinand II's coronation (1618)
Flag of Slavonia on Pieter Schenk's flag chart (1711)
Flag of Slavonia on Pieter Schenk's flag chart (1711)
Flag of Slavonia in Steenbergen's book (V1) (labelled "Slavonia - Principality in the Danube")
Flag of Slavonia in Steenbergen's book (V1) (labelled "Slavonia - Principality in the Danube")
Flag of Slavonia in Steenbergen's book (V2) (labelled "Slavonia - Principality in the Danube")
Flag of Slavonia in Steenbergen's book (V2) (labelled "Slavonia - Principality in the Danube")
Kingdom of Slavonia (1852–1868)
Kingdom of Slavonia (1852–1868)
Kingdom of Slavonia (1852–1868) (Variant)
Kingdom of Slavonia (1852–1868) (Variant)
Kingdom of Slavonia (1800's-1852/1860–1918)
Kingdom of Slavonia (1800's-1852/1860–1918)
Kingdom of Slavonia (unknown date)
Kingdom of Slavonia (unknown date)
Province of Croatia and Slavonia (1918-1922)/ Osijek Oblast (1922–1929)/ Sava Banovina (1929–1941)
Province of Croatia and Slavonia (1918-1922)/ Osijek Oblast (1922–1929)/ Sava Banovina (1929–1941)
SAO Krajina, SAO Western Slavonia, SAO Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Syrmia (1991)
SAO Krajina, SAO Western Slavonia, SAO Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Syrmia (1991)
Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Syrmia (1995–1998)
Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Syrmia (1995–1998)
United Nations Transitional Administration for Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Sirmium
United Nations Transitional Administration for Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Sirmium

Croatia Proper

Illyrian Provinces (1809–1814)
Illyrian Provinces (1809–1814)
Kingdom of Croatia (1852–1868)
Kingdom of Croatia (1852–1868)
Kingdom of Croatia (1852–1868) (Variant)
Kingdom of Croatia (1852–1868) (Variant)
Province of Croatia and Slavonia (1918-1922)/ Primorsko-Krajina Oblast and Zagreb Oblast (1922–1929)/ Sava Banovina (1929–1941)
Province of Croatia and Slavonia (1918-1922)/ Primorsko-Krajina Oblast and Zagreb Oblast (1922–1929)/ Sava Banovina (1929–1941)
Republic of Serbian Krajina (1991–1995)
Republic of Serbian Krajina (1991–1995)

Dalmatia

Venetian Dalmatien (-1358/1409-1797)
Venetian Dalmatien (-1358/1409-1797)
Austrian occupation of Venetian Dalmatia (1797-1805)
Austrian occupation of Venetian Dalmatia (1797-1805)
Illyrian Provinces (1809–1814)
Illyrian Provinces (1809–1814)
Flag of the Austrian Empire (1814-1820)
Flag of the Austrian Empire (1814-1820)
Kingdom of Dalmatia (1820–1918)
Kingdom of Dalmatia (1820–1918)
Kingdom of Dalmatia (1820–1918) (Variant)
Kingdom of Dalmatia (1820–1918) (Variant)
Province of Dalmatia (1918-1922)/ Oblast of Split (1922–1929)/ Littoral Banovina (1929–1941)
Province of Dalmatia (1918-1922)/ Oblast of Split (1922–1929)/ Littoral Banovina (1929–1941)
Governorate of Dalmatia (1941–1943)
Governorate of Dalmatia (1941–1943)
Province of Zara (1918-1947)
Province of Zara (1918-1947)
Province of Carnaro (1924–1947)
Province of Carnaro (1924–1947)

Istria

Venetian Istria (-1797)
Venetian Istria (-1797)
Austrian occupation of Venetian Dalmatia (1797-1805)
Austrian occupation of Venetian Dalmatia (1797-1805)
Illyrian Provinces (1809–1814)
Illyrian Provinces (1809–1814)
Flag of the Kingdom of Illyria (1816–1849)
Flag of the Kingdom of Illyria (1816–1849)
Austrian Littoral / Margraviate of Istria (1849–1918)
Austrian Littoral / Margraviate of Istria (1849–1918)
Italian Istria (1918–1945)
Italian Istria (1918–1945)
Italian Regency of Carnaro (1919–1920)
Italian Regency of Carnaro (1919–1920)
Ensign of the Italian Regency of Carnaro (1919–1920)
Ensign of the Italian Regency of Carnaro (1919–1920)
Free State of Fiume (1920–1924)
Free State of Fiume (1920–1924)
Albona Republic (1921)
Albona Republic (1921)

Historical flags of Cyprus[edit]

Northern Cyprus

Historical flags of Czech Republic[edit]

Czechoslovakia (1918–1920)
Czechoslovakia (1918–1920)
Sudetenland (1918–1938)
Sudetenland (1918–1938)
Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (1939–1945)
Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (1939–1945)
Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (1939–1945)
Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (1939–1945)
Czech Socialist Republic (1990–1992)
Czech Socialist Republic (1990–1992)

Bohemia

Duchy of Bohemia (870–1198)
Duchy of Bohemia (870–1198)
Kingdom of Bohemia (1198–)
Kingdom of Bohemia (1198–)
Hussites
Hussites
Taborites
Taborites
Prague Hussites
Prague Hussites
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Matthias of Hungary 1469–1479)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Matthias of Hungary 1469–1479)
Archduchy of Austria (1453–1618)
Archduchy of Austria (1453–1618)
Flag of the Archduchy of Austria (1618–1804)
Flag of the Archduchy of Austria (1618–1804)
Flag of the Austrian Empire (1804-1867)/ Flag of Cisleithania within Austria-Hungary (1867–1918)
Flag of the Austrian Empire (1804-1867)/ Flag of Cisleithania within Austria-Hungary (1867–1918)
Kingdom of Bohemia (-1918)
Kingdom of Bohemia (-1918)

Moravia

Great Moravia (A reconstructed banner (vexillum) based on a 9th-century image,[a] with red-purple being the most likely color)
Great Moravia (A reconstructed banner (vexillum) based on a 9th-century image,[a] with red-purple being the most likely color)
Margraviate of Moravia (1182–)
Margraviate of Moravia (1182–)
Archduchy of Austria (1453–1618)
Archduchy of Austria (1453–1618)
Flag of the Archduchy of Austria (1618–1804)
Flag of the Archduchy of Austria (1618–1804)
Flag of the Austrian Empire (1804-1867)/ Flag of Cisleithania within Austria-Hungary (1867–1918)
Flag of the Austrian Empire (1804-1867)/ Flag of Cisleithania within Austria-Hungary (1867–1918)
(beginning of the 20th century)
(beginning of the 20th century)
(beginning of the 20th century) ({Variant)
(beginning of the 20th century) ({Variant)
Unadopted flag of the Margraviate of Moravia within Austria-Hungary (19th century)
Unadopted flag of the Margraviate of Moravia within Austria-Hungary (19th century)
Czech-speaking Moravians to the Slavonic Congress in Prague (1848)
Czech-speaking Moravians to the Slavonic Congress in Prague (1848)

Silesia

Austrian Silesia (-1918)
Austrian Silesia (-1918)

Historical flags of Denmark[edit]

North Sea Empire (Raven Banner)
North Sea Empire (Raven Banner)
North Sea Empire (Raven Banner) (Variant)
North Sea Empire (Raven Banner) (Variant)
North Sea Empire (Raven Banner) (Variant)
North Sea Empire (Raven Banner) (Variant)
King of Denmark (1300s)
King of Denmark (1300s)
Kalmar Union (1397-1523)
Kalmar Union (1397-1523)
Royal Banner of Denmark (14th Century)
Royal Banner of Denmark (14th Century)
medieval ship flag (1427)
medieval ship flag (1427)
German occupation Denmark (1940-1945)
German occupation Denmark (1940-1945)

Greenland

The Eastern Settlement, the Western Settlement and the Middle Settlement (986-1261)
The Eastern Settlement, the Western Settlement and the Middle Settlement (986-1261)
Greenland (Norwegian rule) (1261-1814)
Greenland (Norwegian rule) (1261-1814)
Greenland (Danish rule) (1814–1979)
Greenland (Danish rule) (1814–1979)
Erik the Red's Land
Erik the Red's Land
US occupation of Greenland (1941-1945)
US occupation of Greenland (1941-1945)

The Faroe Islands

(19th century)
(19th century)
British occupation of the Faroe Islands (1940–1945)
British occupation of the Faroe Islands (1940–1945)

Historical flags of Estonia[edit]

Duchy of Livonia (1219–1346/1559–1645)
Duchy of Livonia (1219–1346/1559–1645)
State of the Teutonic Order (1226–1561)
State of the Teutonic Order (1226–1561)
Duchy of Estonia (1561–1650)
Duchy of Estonia (1561–1650)
Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania under the Jagiellonian Dynasty (1561–1572)
Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania under the Jagiellonian Dynasty (1561–1572)
Crown of the Kingdom of Poland (Banner of Sigismund III Vasa) (1587–1626)
Crown of the Kingdom of Poland (Banner of Sigismund III Vasa) (1587–1626)
Duchy of Estonia (1650-1709)
Duchy of Estonia (1650-1709)
Tsardom of Russia (1709–1721)
Tsardom of Russia (1709–1721)
Duchy of Livonia (1721–1918)
Duchy of Livonia (1721–1918)
Duchy of Estonia (1721–1918)
Duchy of Estonia (1721–1918)
German ocupation of Estonia (1918)
German ocupation of Estonia (1918)
Rotalia (1913–1918)
Rotalia (1913–1918)
Soviet Republic of Soldiers and Fortress-Builders of Naissaar (1917–1918)
Soviet Republic of Soldiers and Fortress-Builders of Naissaar (1917–1918)
Commune of the Working People of Estonia (1918–1919)
Commune of the Working People of Estonia (1918–1919)
Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (1940–1953)
Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (1940–1953)
Reichskommissariat Ostland (1941-1944)
Reichskommissariat Ostland (1941-1944)
Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (1953–1990)
Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (1953–1990)
Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (Reverse) (1953–1990)
Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic (Reverse) (1953–1990)

Historical flags of Finland[edit]

Royal Banner of Sweden (-1397)
Royal Banner of Sweden (-1397)
Kalmar Union (1397-1523)
Kalmar Union (1397-1523)
(1520s–1650)
(1520s–1650)
(17th century-1809)
(17th century-1809)
Grand Duchy of Finland (1809-1858/ 1896-1917)
Grand Duchy of Finland (1809-1858/ 1896-1917)
Grand Duchy of Finland (1858-1896)
Grand Duchy of Finland (1858-1896)
A variant of the Finnish merchant flag (1809–1821)
A variant of the Finnish merchant flag (1809–1821)
Grand Duchy of Finland (A variant of the Finnish merchant flag used by the Swedish-speaking population, 1905)
Grand Duchy of Finland (A variant of the Finnish merchant flag used by the Swedish-speaking population, 1905)
Grand Duchy of Finland (A Finnish-speaker version of the above flag)
Grand Duchy of Finland (A Finnish-speaker version of the above flag)
Temporary state flag used from December 1917 to May 1918
Temporary state flag used from December 1917 to May 1918
Finnish Socialist Workers' Republic
Finnish Socialist Workers' Republic
Flag of the Kingdom of Finland (1918)
Flag of the Kingdom of Finland (1918)
Flag of Finland (1918–1920)
Flag of Finland (1918–1920)

Åland

Unofficial flag (1921-1954)
Unofficial flag (1921-1954)

Historical flags of France[edit]

Red Oriflamme standard attributed to the Byzantine emperor Constantine VI
Red Oriflamme standard attributed to the Byzantine emperor Constantine VI
Red Oriflamme standard attributed to the Byzantine emperor Constantine VI
Red Oriflamme standard attributed to the Byzantine emperor Constantine VI
Kingdom of the Franks Green Oriflamme (attributed to Charlemagne)
Kingdom of the Franks Green Oriflamme (attributed to Charlemagne)
Flag of Frankish Empire
Flag of Frankish Empire
Frankish Banner (blue cape)
Frankish Banner (blue cape)
The Oriflamme, the banner of the Capetians
The Oriflamme, the banner of the Capetians
The Oriflamme, the banner of the Capetians (Variant)
The Oriflamme, the banner of the Capetians (Variant)
Kingdom of France (10th to 12th century)
Kingdom of France (10th to 12th century)
Kingdom of France (12th to 13th century)
Kingdom of France (12th to 13th century)
Kingdom of France (14th to 16th century)
Kingdom of France (14th to 16th century)
The Royal Banner of early modern France (1365–1794)
The Royal Banner of early modern France (1365–1794)
Flag of Royalist France
Flag of Royalist France
Royal Standard of France (1643 design)
Royal Standard of France (1643 design)
Variant royal standard of France
Variant royal standard of France
Royal Standard of King Louis XIV (1654–1715)
Royal Standard of King Louis XIV (1654–1715)
Catholic and Royal Army (1793–1800)
Catholic and Royal Army (1793–1800)
Revolutionist flag (1790)
Revolutionist flag (1790)
Constitutional Cabinet of Louis XVI and First Republic (1790–1794)
Constitutional Cabinet of Louis XVI and First Republic (1790–1794)
Revolutionist flag (1793)
Revolutionist flag (1793)
Revolutionist flag (1794)
Revolutionist flag (1794)
Bourbon Restoration (1814–1830)
Bourbon Restoration (1814–1830)
Kingdom of France (1814–1830)
Kingdom of France (1814–1830)
Communards (1871)
Communards (1871)
Communards (Variant) (1871)
Communards (Variant) (1871)
Vichy France (unofficial) (1940–1944)
Vichy France (unofficial) (1940–1944)
Military Administration in France (1940–1944)
Military Administration in France (1940–1944)
Free France (1940–1944)
Free France (1940–1944)
French 5th Republic (1976–2020)
French 5th Republic (1976–2020)

Alsace

(Adopted 11th century)
(Adopted 11th century)
Prince-Bishopric of Strasbourg (982–1803)
Prince-Bishopric of Strasbourg (982–1803)
Imperial Territory of Alsace-Lorraine (1871–1918)
Imperial Territory of Alsace-Lorraine (1871–1918)
Alsace-Lorraine Soviet Republic (1918)
Alsace-Lorraine Soviet Republic (1918)
(1949–2008)
(1949–2008)

Brittany

Red Dragon Banner (5th–11th Century)
Red Dragon Banner (5th–11th Century)
Cornouaille
Cornouaille
Bro Gwened
Bro Gwened
(14th–16th centuries)
(14th–16th centuries)
Brittany banner during the Breton civil war (1351)
Brittany banner during the Breton civil war (1351)
Duchy of Brittany - Kroaz Du
Duchy of Brittany - Kroaz Du
Duchy of Brittany (939–1547)
Duchy of Brittany (939–1547)
Breton Communist Party (1971–1980)
Breton Communist Party (1971–1980)

Burgundy

Duchy of Burgundy (918–1482)
Duchy of Burgundy (918–1482)
Cross of Burgundy
Cross of Burgundy
Duchy of Burgundy under Philip the Good (1443-1556)
Duchy of Burgundy under Philip the Good (1443-1556)

Corsica

Korsika (Genoese colony)
Korsika (Genoese colony)
(14th century)
(14th century)
(before 1755)
(before 1755)

Normandy

Duchy of Normandy
Duchy of Normandy
The reconstruction of the Norman "papal" banner according to Bayeux Tapestry
The reconstruction of the Norman "papal" banner according to Bayeux Tapestry

Savoy

Duchy of Savoy (1147–1847)
Duchy of Savoy (1147–1847)

Occitanie

Viscounty of Béarn
Viscounty of Béarn
County of Nice
County of Nice
Comtat Venaissin (1274–1791)
Comtat Venaissin (1274–1791)
County of Toulouse
County of Toulouse
Duchy of Aquitaine
Duchy of Aquitaine
Free cities of Menton and Roquebrune
Free cities of Menton and Roquebrune
Free Republic of Vercors (1944)
Free Republic of Vercors (1944)
Languedoc-Roussillon (1956-2016)
Languedoc-Roussillon (1956-2016)
Midi-Pyrénées (1956-2016)
Midi-Pyrénées (1956-2016)

Martinique

French West Indies (1628–1790/ 1815–1830)
French West Indies (1628–1790/ 1815–1830)
French West Indies (1790–1794)
French West Indies (1790–1794)
Unofficial (1766–2018)
Unofficial (1766–2018)
French West Indies (1794–1815/ 1830-1946)
French West Indies (1794–1815/ 1830-1946)

Society Islands

Kingdom of Tahiti (1822–1829)
Kingdom of Tahiti (1822–1829)
Kingdom of Tahiti (1829–1843)
Kingdom of Tahiti (1829–1843)
Tahiti Protectorate (1843–1880)
Tahiti Protectorate (1843–1880)
Kingdom of Huahine
Kingdom of Huahine
Kingdom of Raiatea (1847–1880)
Kingdom of Raiatea (1847–1880)
Kingdom of Raiatea (1880–1888)
Kingdom of Raiatea (1880–1888)
Kingdom of Bora Bora (1820–1845)
Kingdom of Bora Bora (1820–1845)
Kingdom of Bora Bora (1837–1842)
Kingdom of Bora Bora (1837–1842)
Kingdom of Bora Bora (1842–1895)
Kingdom of Bora Bora (1842–1895)

Gambier Islands

Kingdom of Mangareva (1832–1843)
Kingdom of Mangareva (1832–1843)

Austral Islands

Kingdom of Rimatara (1856–1891)
Kingdom of Rimatara (1856–1891)
Kingdom of Rimatara (1891–1900)
Kingdom of Rimatara (1891–1900)
Kingdom of Rurutu (1858–1889)
Kingdom of Rurutu (1858–1889)
Kingdom of Rurutu (1889–1900)
Kingdom of Rurutu (1889–1900)

Marquesas Islands

Taiohae kingdom (1835)
Taiohae kingdom (1835)
Kingdom of Tahuata (1837–1842)
Kingdom of Tahuata (1837–1842)

Tuamotus

Tuamotu Kingdom (1832–1843)
Tuamotu Kingdom (1832–1843)

Saint Barthélemy

Saint-Barthélemy (Knights Hospitaller colony) (1648-1665)
Saint-Barthélemy (Knights Hospitaller colony) (1648-1665)

French Guiana

Grand Duchy of Tuscany expedition
Grand Duchy of Tuscany expedition
(1658-1667)
(1658-1667)
(Colonial)
(Colonial)
Independent Guyana (1886–1887)
Independent Guyana (1886–1887)
Independent Guyana (1887–1904)
Independent Guyana (1887–1904)
(2010-2015)
(2010-2015)

Wallis and Futuna

Kingdom of Uvea (1842–1860)
Kingdom of Uvea (1842–1860)
Kingdom of Uvea (1860–1886)
Kingdom of Uvea (1860–1886)
Kingdom of Uvea (1886–1887)
Kingdom of Uvea (1886–1887)
Royal Standard of Uvea (1837–1858)
Royal Standard of Uvea (1837–1858)
Royal Standard of Uvea (1858–1887)
Royal Standard of Uvea (1858–1887)
Unofficial flag of Wallis and Futuna (1887–1910)
Unofficial flag of Wallis and Futuna (1887–1910)
Unofficial flag of Wallis and Futuna (1910–1958)
Unofficial flag of Wallis and Futuna (1910–1958)
Unofficial flag of Wallis and Futuna (1958–1985)
Unofficial flag of Wallis and Futuna (1958–1985)

Guadeloupe

Colony of Saint Barthélemy
Colony of Saint Barthélemy

Collectivity of Saint Martin

Saint Martin (Knights Hospitaller colony) (1651-1665)
Saint Martin (Knights Hospitaller colony) (1651-1665)

Historical flags of Germany[edit]

See also: Flags of territories of the Holy Roman Empire.
East Francia (843-912)
East Francia (843-912)
State of the Teutonic Order (Naval ensign) (12th century)
State of the Teutonic Order (Naval ensign) (12th century)
State of the Teutonic Order (12th century)
State of the Teutonic Order (12th century)
War flag of the Holy Roman Empire (12th–early 14th centuries)
War flag of the Holy Roman Empire (12th–early 14th centuries)
War flag of the Holy Roman Empire (13th–14th century)
War flag of the Holy Roman Empire (13th–14th century)
Holy Roman Empire (14th century)
Holy Roman Empire (14th century)
Imperial Pavilion of Holy Roman Empire (1400s)
Imperial Pavilion of Holy Roman Empire (1400s)
War flag of the Holy Roman Empire (1400s)
War flag of the Holy Roman Empire (1400s)
War flag of the Holy Roman Empire (1400s)
War flag of the Holy Roman Empire (1400s)
Holy Roman Empire (early 1400s)
Holy Roman Empire (early 1400s)
Holy Roman Empire (1400–1806)
Holy Roman Empire (1400–1806)
Holy Roman Empire with Arms (1437–1493)
Holy Roman Empire with Arms (1437–1493)
Holy Roman Empire with Arms (1493–1556)
Holy Roman Empire with Arms (1493–1556)
Holy Roman Empire with Arms (imperial banner of Charles V) (1519–1556)
Holy Roman Empire with Arms (imperial banner of Charles V) (1519–1556)
Catholic League (1609–1635)
Catholic League (1609–1635)
German Confederation (war flag) (1815–1848)
German Confederation (war flag) (1815–1848)
German Confederation (The flag adopted by the Jena Urburschenschaft) (1815–1848)
German Confederation (The flag adopted by the Jena Urburschenschaft) (1815–1848)
The 1832 Ur-Fahne
The 1832 Ur-Fahne
German Empire (1848–1849)
German Empire (1848–1849)
German Confederation (war flag) (1849–1866)
German Confederation (war flag) (1849–1866)
Flag of the North German Confederation (1867–1871), the German Empire (1871–1918), and Nazi Germany (1933–1935)
Flag of the North German Confederation (1867–1871), the German Empire (1871–1918), and Nazi Germany (1933–1935)
War flag of the German Empire (1903–1919)
War flag of the German Empire (1903–1919)
Flag of the German Confederation and the Weimar Republic (1919–1933)
Flag of the German Confederation and the Weimar Republic (1919–1933)
Flag of Nazi Germany (1935–1945)
Flag of Nazi Germany (1935–1945)
War flag of the German Wehrmacht (1938–1945)
War flag of the German Wehrmacht (1938–1945)
LSSAH Standard (1940–1945)
LSSAH Standard (1940–1945)
Standard of the "FBB" (reverse)
Standard of the "FBB" (reverse)
Allied-occupied Germany-Ensign (1946–1949)
Allied-occupied Germany-Ensign (1946–1949)
Flag of East Germany (1959–1990)
Flag of East Germany (1959–1990)
War flag of East Germany (1960–1990)
War flag of East Germany (1960–1990)
Germany and the fall of the Berlin Wall, many Germans cut out the emblem of East Germany
Germany and the fall of the Berlin Wall, many Germans cut out the emblem of East Germany

Brandenburg and Prussia

Margraviate of Brandenburg-Küstrin (1340–1657)
Margraviate of Brandenburg-Küstrin (1340–1657)
Margraviate of Brandenburg (c. 1684)
Margraviate of Brandenburg (c. 1684)
Brandenburg (1660–1750)
Brandenburg (1660–1750)
Royal Prussia (1466–1569)
Royal Prussia (1466–1569)
Duchy of Prussia (1525–1701)
Duchy of Prussia (1525–1701)
Kingdom of Prussia (1701–1935)
Kingdom of Prussia (1701–1935)
Kingdom of Prussia (1701–1750)
Kingdom of Prussia (1701–1750)
Kingdom of Prussia (1750–1801)
Kingdom of Prussia (1750–1801)
Kingdom of Prussia (1801–1803)
Kingdom of Prussia (1801–1803)
Kingdom of Prussia (1803–1892)
Kingdom of Prussia (1803–1892)
Prussian Province of Brandenburg (1815–1945)
Prussian Province of Brandenburg (1815–1945)
War flag of Prussia (1816)
War flag of Prussia (1816)
Royal Standard of the King of Prussia (1871–1918)
Royal Standard of the King of Prussia (1871–1918)
Standard of the Crown Prince (1871–1892)
Standard of the Crown Prince (1871–1892)
Kingdom of Prussia (1892–1918)
Kingdom of Prussia (1892–1918)
Free State of Prussia (1918–1933)
Free State of Prussia (1918–1933)
Free State of Prussia (1933–1935)
Free State of Prussia (1933–1935)
British occupation zone (1945–1949)
British occupation zone (1945–1949)
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)
American occupation zone (1945–1949)
American occupation zone (1945–1949)
French occupation zone (1945–1949)
French occupation zone (1945–1949)
Land Brandenburg (1945–1952)
Land Brandenburg (1945–1952)

Baden-Württemberg

Electorate of the Palatinate (before 1604)
Electorate of the Palatinate (before 1604)
Electorate of the Palatinate (1604 design)
Electorate of the Palatinate (1604 design)
Peasants' army (1539)
Peasants' army (1539)
Electorate of Baden (1803–1806)
Electorate of Baden (1803–1806)
Electorate of Baden (1848–1862)
Electorate of Baden (1848–1862)
Electorate of Baden (1862–1891)
Electorate of Baden (1862–1891)
Electorate of Baden (1871–1891)
Electorate of Baden (1871–1891)
Grand Duchy of Baden and Republic of Baden (1891–1918)
Grand Duchy of Baden and Republic of Baden (1891–1918)
Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (1576–1850)
Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (1576–1850)
Province of Hohenzollern (1850–1946)
Province of Hohenzollern (1850–1946)
County of Adendorf (until 1798)
County of Adendorf (until 1798)
Principality of Leyen (1806–1813)
Principality of Leyen (1806–1813)
Duchy of Wuerttemberg (1495–1803)
Duchy of Wuerttemberg (1495–1803)
Electorate of Württemberg (1803–1806)
Electorate of Württemberg (1803–1806)
Kingdom of Württemberg and Free People's State of Württemberg (1805–1945)
Kingdom of Württemberg and Free People's State of Württemberg (1805–1945)
Royal Yacht Club of Württemberg in Friedrichshafen (1913–1918)
Royal Yacht Club of Württemberg in Friedrichshafen (1913–1918)
Württemberg-Baden (1945–1952)
Württemberg-Baden (1945–1952)
American occupation zone (1945–1949)
American occupation zone (1945–1949)
French occupation zone (1945–1949)
French occupation zone (1945–1949)

Bavaria

Hunnic Empire (370s-469)
Hunnic Empire (370s-469)
Avar Khaganate (567-c. 822)
Avar Khaganate (567-c. 822)
Bavaria-Landshut (1353–1392)
Bavaria-Landshut (1353–1392)
Bavaria-Munich (1392–1505)
Bavaria-Munich (1392–1505)
Electorate of Bavaria (1623–1806)
Electorate of Bavaria (1623–1806)
Kingdom of Bavaria (1805–1918), People's State of Bavaria (1918–1919) and Free State of Bavaria
Kingdom of Bavaria (1805–1918), People's State of Bavaria (1918–1919) and Free State of Bavaria
Principality of Ansbach (1398–1791)
Principality of Ansbach (1398–1791)
Principality of Regensburg (1803–1810)
Principality of Regensburg (1803–1810)
Grand Duchy of Würzburg (1805–1814)
Grand Duchy of Würzburg (1805–1814)
Bavarian Soviet Republic (1919)
Bavarian Soviet Republic (1919)
American occupation zone (1945–1949)
American occupation zone (1945–1949)


East Frisia

Duchy of Kniphausen (1689–1702)
Duchy of Kniphausen (1689–1702)
Duchy of Kniphausen (1702–1751)
Duchy of Kniphausen (1702–1751)
Lordship of Kniphausen in 1835
Lordship of Kniphausen in 1835
British occupation zone (1945–1949)
British occupation zone (1945–1949)

Hesse

Free City of Frankfurt
Free City of Frankfurt
Aachen
Aachen
County of Isenburg (1806–1815)
County of Isenburg (1806–1815)
Kingdom of Westphalia (1807–1813)
Kingdom of Westphalia (1807–1813)
Electorate of Hesse
Electorate of Hesse
Nassau-Usingen
Nassau-Usingen
Duchy of Nassau (1806–1866)
Duchy of Nassau (1806–1866)
Grand Duchy of Hesse (1806–1918)
Grand Duchy of Hesse (1806–1918)
Free State Bottleneck (1919–1923)
Free State Bottleneck (1919–1923)
Province of Hesse-Nassau (1868–1944)
Province of Hesse-Nassau (1868–1944)
Province of Kurhessen (1944–1945)
Province of Kurhessen (1944–1945)
Province of Nassau (1944–1945)
Province of Nassau (1944–1945)
American occupation zone (1945–1949)
American occupation zone (1945–1949)

Lower Saxony

Electorate of Hanover (1692)
Electorate of Hanover (1692)
Electorate of Hanover (Civil Ensign) (1801–1866)
Electorate of Hanover (Civil Ensign) (1801–1866)
Kingdom of Hanover (1814–1866)
Kingdom of Hanover (1814–1866)
Kingdom of Hanover (Variant) (1814–1866)
Kingdom of Hanover (Variant) (1814–1866)
State of Hanover (1946)
State of Hanover (1946)
County of Oldenburg (1091–1774)
County of Oldenburg (1091–1774)
Grand Duchy of Oldenburg (1815–1918)
Grand Duchy of Oldenburg (1815–1918)
Principality of Schaumburg-Lippe (1647–1918)
Principality of Schaumburg-Lippe (1647–1918)
Duchy of Brunswick (1814–1830)
Duchy of Brunswick (1814–1830)
Duchy of Brunswick (1830–1918)
Duchy of Brunswick (1830–1918)
British occupation zone (1945–1949)
British occupation zone (1945–1949)
Polish occupation zone (1945–1949)
Polish occupation zone (1945–1949)
Independent Norwegian Brigade Group in Germany (1947–1953)
Independent Norwegian Brigade Group in Germany (1947–1953)
Danish Brigade in Germany (1947–1958)
Danish Brigade in Germany (1947–1958)

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Mecklenburg
Mecklenburg
Pomerania
Pomerania
Obotrites
Obotrites
Traditional flag of Mecklenburg
Traditional flag of Mecklenburg
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)

North Rhine-Westphalia

Electorate of Trier (898–1801)
Electorate of Trier (898–1801)
Free Imperial City of Aachen (1166–1801)
Free Imperial City of Aachen (1166–1801)
Prince-Bishopric of Münster (1180–1802)
Prince-Bishopric of Münster (1180–1802)
Cisrhenian Republic (1797–1802)
Cisrhenian Republic (1797–1802)
County of Dülmen (1803–1806)
County of Dülmen (1803–1806)
Arenberg (1803–1810)
Arenberg (1803–1810)
Principality of Salm (1802–1811)
Principality of Salm (1802–1811)
Grand Duchy of Berg (1806–1808)
Grand Duchy of Berg (1806–1808)
Prussian Province of the Rhineland
Prussian Province of the Rhineland
Principality of Lippe (c. 1858–1880)
Principality of Lippe (c. 1858–1880)
Principality of Lippe (1880–1918)
Principality of Lippe (1880–1918)
Rhenish Republic (1923–1924)
Rhenish Republic (1923–1924)
British occupation zone (1945–1949)
British occupation zone (1945–1949)
Belgian Forces in Germany (1946–2002)
Belgian Forces in Germany (1946–2002)

Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland

Electorate of Mainz
Electorate of Mainz
Electorate of Trier
Electorate of Trier
Electorate of the Palatinate (before 1604)
Electorate of the Palatinate (before 1604)
Electorate of the Palatinate (1604 design)
Electorate of the Palatinate (1604 design)
Territory of the Saar Basin (1920–1935)
Territory of the Saar Basin (1920–1935)
Saar Protectorate (1947–1956)
Saar Protectorate (1947–1956)

Saxony

Old Saxony (700–785)
Old Saxony (700–785)
House of Ascaniay (950)
House of Ascaniay (950)
House of Wettin (Royal standard)
House of Wettin (Royal standard)
Saxe-Altenburg (1602–1672, 1826–1918, 1918–1920)
Saxe-Altenburg (1602–1672, 1826–1918, 1918–1920)
Saxe-Hildburghausen (1680–1826)
Saxe-Hildburghausen (1680–1826)
Saxe-Coburg and Altenburg (1680–1826)
Saxe-Coburg and Altenburg (1680–1826)
Union State of Saxony, Poland and Lithuania (1697–1706; 1709–1763)
Union State of Saxony, Poland and Lithuania (1697–1706; 1709–1763)
War flag (1697–1706; 1709–1763)
War flag (1697–1706; 1709–1763)
Electorate of Saxony
Electorate of Saxony
Electorate of Saxony without the coat of arms (the flag of the Habsburg monarchy, until 1815)
Electorate of Saxony without the coat of arms (the flag of the Habsburg monarchy, until 1815)
Margraviate of Meissen for troops or princes (1806–1918)
Margraviate of Meissen for troops or princes (1806–1918)
Duchy of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1809–1920)
Duchy of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1809–1920)
Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1826–1911)
Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1826–1911)
(1826–1918)
(1826–1918)
Saxe-Meiningen flag design (1826–1918)
Saxe-Meiningen flag design (1826–1918)
Ducal standard of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1826–1920)
Ducal standard of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1826–1920)
Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha as consort of Queen Victoria (Royal standard) (1857–1861)
Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha as consort of Queen Victoria (Royal standard) (1857–1861)
Banner of Duchess Anna Amalia of Saxe Weimar
Banner of Duchess Anna Amalia of Saxe Weimar
Modern Royal standard of the House of Wettin
Modern Royal standard of the House of Wettin
Kingdom of Saxony (1815–1918), the Free State of Saxony (Weimar Republic (1918–1925), and reunified Germany (since 1991)
Kingdom of Saxony (1815–1918), the Free State of Saxony (Weimar Republic (1918–1925), and reunified Germany (since 1991)
Duchy of Saxe-Eisenach (1596–1638; 1640–1644; 1662–1809)
Duchy of Saxe-Eisenach (1596–1638; 1640–1644; 1662–1809)
Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1911–1920)
Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1911–1920)
Saxon Soviet Republic (1918–1919)
Saxon Soviet Republic (1918–1919)
Gaufahne Sachsen
Gaufahne Sachsen
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)

Saxony-Anhalt

Anhalt-Bernburg (1252–1468, 1603–1863)
Anhalt-Bernburg (1252–1468, 1603–1863)
Duchy of Anhalt (1806–1945)
Duchy of Anhalt (1806–1945)
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)

Schleswig-Holstein

Lübeck (13th century)
Lübeck (13th century)
Duchy of Schleswig
Duchy of Schleswig
Saxe-Lauenburg
Saxe-Lauenburg
Duchy of Holstein
Duchy of Holstein
Free City of Lübeck
Free City of Lübeck
British Heligoland (1807–1890)
British Heligoland (1807–1890)
Province of Schleswig-Holstein (1868–1946)
Province of Schleswig-Holstein (1868–1946)
Southern Schleswig Danes
Southern Schleswig Danes
North Frisians
North Frisians
British occupation zone (1945–1949)
British occupation zone (1945–1949)

Thuringia

Schwarzburg-Sondershausen (1599–1918)
Schwarzburg-Sondershausen (1599–1918)
Saxe-Altenburg (1893–1918)
Saxe-Altenburg (1893–1918)
Saxe-Meiningen
Saxe-Meiningen
Saxe-Hildburghausen
Saxe-Hildburghausen
Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg
Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg
Principality of Reuss-Greiz
Principality of Reuss-Greiz
Principality of Reuss-Gera
Principality of Reuss-Gera
Duchy of Saxe-Eisenach (1897–1918)
Duchy of Saxe-Eisenach (1897–1918)
Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1813–1897)
Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1813–1897)
Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1911–1920)
Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1911–1920)
(1933)
(1933)
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)

Hamburg

Hamburg (13th century)
Hamburg (13th century)
Free City of Hamburg (1900-1950)
Free City of Hamburg (1900-1950)
British occupation zone (1945–1949)
British occupation zone (1945–1949)

Berlin

(1618–1861)
(1618–1861)
(1861–1912)
(1861–1912)
(1913–1934)
(1913–1934)
(1934–1954)
(1934–1954)
British occupation zone (1945–1949)
British occupation zone (1945–1949)
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)
American occupation zone (1945–1949)
American occupation zone (1945–1949)
French occupation zone (1945–1949)
French occupation zone (1945–1949)
East Berlin (1954–1990)
East Berlin (1954–1990)
West Berlin (1954–1990)
West Berlin (1954–1990)

Bremen

Bremen (14th century)
Bremen (14th century)
Service flag for state ships and state buildings of the Navy (1891-1892)
Service flag for state ships and state buildings of the Navy (1891-1892)
State flag (German Empire)
State flag (German Empire)
Flag of the naval service (1893-1921)
Flag of the naval service (1893-1921)
Flag of the pilot administration, Bremen (1895-1918)
Flag of the pilot administration, Bremen (1895-1918)
Flag of the naval service (1921-1933)
Flag of the naval service (1921-1933)
Flag of the naval service (1933-1935)
Flag of the naval service (1933-1935)
American occupation zone (1945–1949)
American occupation zone (1945–1949)

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Stralsund (14th century)
Stralsund (14th century)
Wismar (15th century)
Wismar (15th century)
Landesteils Mecklenburg (1866–1934)
Landesteils Mecklenburg (1866–1934)
Province of Pomerania (1815–1945)
Province of Pomerania (1815–1945)
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)
Soviet occupation zone (1945–1952)

Historical flags of Greece[edit]

Kingdom of Macedon (808-146 BCE)
Kingdom of Macedon (808-146 BCE)
The Labarum of Constantine I (337 AD)
The Labarum of Constantine I (337 AD)
The Labarum of Constantine I variant
The Labarum of Constantine I variant
Constantine's labarum, with a wreathed Chi Rho
Constantine's labarum, with a wreathed Chi Rho
FICTION -Flag of the Eastern Roman Empire (6th-12th century)
FICTION -Flag of the Eastern Roman Empire (6th-12th century)
Eastern Roman Empire (1350 AD)
Eastern Roman Empire (1350 AD)
Palaiologan dynasty (14th-century) (The only attested flag of the Eastern Roman Empire)
Palaiologan dynasty (14th-century) (The only attested flag of the Eastern Roman Empire)
Eastern Roman imperial flag (14th century)
Eastern Roman imperial flag (14th century)
Cross quartered with golden discs, the rendition based on the historian Babuin
Cross quartered with golden discs, the rendition based on the historian Babuin
Flag of the Palaiologos dynasty
Flag of the Palaiologos dynasty
Flag of the Palaiologos dynasty (Variant)
Flag of the Palaiologos dynasty (Variant)
Eastern Roman imperial flag, 14th century according to Pietro Vesconte
Eastern Roman imperial flag, 14th century according to Pietro Vesconte
The Flag of Salloniq with 10 diagonal stripes and The Eastern Roman symbol present in the 14th century
The Flag of Salloniq with 10 diagonal stripes and The Eastern Roman symbol present in the 14th century
Eastern Roman imperial flag, 14th century according to Geoffrey of Villehardouin
Eastern Roman imperial flag, 14th century according to Geoffrey of Villehardouin
Eastern Roman flag as shown on some portolan charts
Eastern Roman flag as shown on some portolan charts
Red flag with Chi Rho
Red flag with Chi Rho
Purple flag with Chi Rho
Purple flag with Chi Rho
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Example of a military banner appearing in the Madrid Skylitzes
Serbian Empire (1346–1371)
Serbian Empire (1346–1371)
Despotate of the Morea (1349–1460)
Despotate of the Morea (1349–1460)
FICTION - Eyalet of Rumelia (1365-1375)/ (1383-1453)
FICTION - Eyalet of Rumelia (1365-1375)/ (1383-1453)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1375-1383)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1375-1383)
FICTION - Eyalet of Rumelia (1453-1499)
FICTION - Eyalet of Rumelia (1453-1499)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1499-1514)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1499-1514)
FICTION - Eyalet of Rumelia (1514-1517)
FICTION - Eyalet of Rumelia (1514-1517)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1577–1793)/ Morea Eyalet (1661–1686/ 1715-1793)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1577–1793)/ Morea Eyalet (1661–1686/ 1715-1793)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1793–1867)/ Morea Eyalet (1793-1821)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1793–1867)/ Morea Eyalet (1793-1821)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1844–1878)
Eyalet of Rumelia (1844–1878)
Ottoman Greece (Civil ensign)
Ottoman Greece (Civil ensign)
1769 uprising
1769 uprising
The Greek sipahi cavalry units serving with the Turkish army (1431–1619)
The Greek sipahi cavalry units serving with the Turkish army (1431–1619)
Used by Athanasios Diakos and his irregulars during the Greek War of Independence (1821)
Used by Athanasios Diakos and his irregulars during the Greek War of Independence (1821)
Flag used by Andreas Miaoulis (1821)
Flag used by Andreas Miaoulis (1821)
Flag proposed by Rigas Feraios for his envisioned pan-Balkan Federation.
Flag proposed by Rigas Feraios for his envisioned pan-Balkan Federation.
Used by Alexander Ypsilantis
Used by Alexander Ypsilantis
First Hellenic Republic/ Hellenic State/ Second Hellenic Republic/ Kingdom of Greece
First Hellenic Republic/ Hellenic State/ Second Hellenic Republic/ Kingdom of Greece
State Flag of Kingdom of Greece from (1863–1924 and 1935–1973)
State Flag of Kingdom of Greece from (1863–1924 and 1935–1973)
German Occupation of Greece (1941-1944)
German Occupation of Greece (1941-1944)
Italian Occupation of Greece (1941-1943)
Italian Occupation of Greece (1941-1943)
Bulgarian Occupation of Greece (1941-1943)
Bulgarian Occupation of Greece (1941-1943)
Democratic Army of Greece
Democratic Army of Greece
Greek junta (1970–1975)
Greek junta (1970–1975)
Communist Party of Greece
Communist Party of Greece

Mount Athos

The flag raised by Andreas Londos in Patras at the outbreak of the Greek War of Independence
The flag raised by Andreas Londos in Patras at the outbreak of the Greek War of Independence

Attica

Areopagus of Eastern Continental Greece (1821–1825)
Areopagus of Eastern Continental Greece (1821–1825)

Epirus

Autonomous Republic of Northern Epirus (1914)
Autonomous Republic of Northern Epirus (1914)
Principality of Pindus (1941–1944)
Principality of Pindus (1941–1944)

Thrace

Andrianopolis (1212-1247)
Andrianopolis (1212-1247)
Rebels of Thrace
Rebels of Thrace
Provisional Government of Western Thrace (1913)
Provisional Government of Western Thrace (1913)
Bulgarian Western Thrace (1913-1944)
Bulgarian Western Thrace (1913-1944)

Crete

Kingdom of Candia (1207-1669/1715)
Kingdom of Candia (1207-1669/1715)
Eyalet of Crete (1667–1793)
Eyalet of Crete (1667–1793)
Eyalet of Crete (1793-1898)
Eyalet of Crete (1793-1898)
Great Cretan Revolt (1866–1869)
Great Cretan Revolt (1866–1869)
Cretan 1878 Insurrection (1878)
Cretan 1878 Insurrection (1878)
Cretan State (1898–1913)
Cretan State (1898–1913)

Ionian Islands

Septinsular Republic (1800–1807)
Septinsular Republic (1800–1807)
United States of the Ionian Islands (1815–1864)
United States of the Ionian Islands (1815–1864)

South Aegean/ North Aegean

Lesbos, Samos and Chios (Genoese colony)
Lesbos, Samos and Chios (Genoese colony)
The Knights Hospitaller of Rhodes (1310–1522)
The Knights Hospitaller of Rhodes (1310–1522)
Sanjak of Rhodes (1522–1793)
Sanjak of Rhodes (1522–1793)
Sanjak of Rhodes(1793-1912)
Sanjak of Rhodes(1793-1912)
Free State of Ikaria (1912)
Free State of Ikaria (1912)
Principality of Samos (1834–1912)
Principality of Samos (1834–1912)
Italian Islands of the Aegean (1912–1947)
Italian Islands of the Aegean (1912–1947)

Thessaly

Used by Anthimos Gazis and his irregulars from Thessaly during the Greek War of Independence
Used by Anthimos Gazis and his irregulars from Thessaly during the Greek War of Independence
Another flag used also in Thessaly during the War of Independence, created also by Anthimos Gazis
Another flag used also in Thessaly during the War of Independence, created also by Anthimos Gazis

Chalkidiki

Flag of the revolutionaries from Chalkidiki during the Greek War of Independence
Flag of the revolutionaries from Chalkidiki during the Greek War of Independence

Peloponnese

Morea (1669-1715)
Morea (1669-1715)
The flag of the fighters of the autonomous Mani Peninsula
The flag of the fighters of the autonomous Mani Peninsula

Historical flags of Hungary[edit]

Flag of the Principality of Hungary (895–1000)
Flag of the Principality of Hungary (895–1000)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1000–1038)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1000–1038)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1046–1172)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1046–1172)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Béla III of Hungary 1172–1196)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Béla III of Hungary 1172–1196)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (13th century–1301)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (13th century–1301)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (Árpád dynasty)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (Árpád dynasty)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1301–1382)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1301–1382)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Sigismund of Hungary 1387–1437)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Sigismund of Hungary 1387–1437)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Vladislaus I of Hungary 1440–1444)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Vladislaus I of Hungary 1440–1444)
Hungarian banner at the Battle of Baia (1467) according to the Chronica Hungarorum
Hungarian banner at the Battle of Baia (1467) according to the Chronica Hungarorum
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Matthias of Hungary 1458–1490)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Matthias of Hungary 1458–1490)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Matthias of Hungary 1458–1490)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Matthias of Hungary 1458–1490)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Vladislaus II of Hungary 1490–1516)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Vladislaus II of Hungary 1490–1516)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Louis II of Hungary 1516–1526)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (King Louis II of Hungary 1516–1526)
Eyalet of Budin (1541–1686), Temeşvar Eyalet (1552–1716), Eğri Eyalet (1596–1687), Kanije Eyalet (1600–1690), Varat Eyalet (1660–1692) and Uyvar Eyalet (1663–1685)
Eyalet of Budin (1541–1686), Temeşvar Eyalet (1552–1716), Eğri Eyalet (1596–1687), Kanije Eyalet (1600–1690), Varat Eyalet (1660–1692) and Uyvar Eyalet (1663–1685)
Principality of Transylvania (Sigismund Báthory 1586–1598, 1598–1599, 1601–1602)
Principality of Transylvania (Sigismund Báthory 1586–1598, 1598–1599, 1601–1602)
Principality of Transylvania (Gabriel Bethlen 1613–1629)
Principality of Transylvania (Gabriel Bethlen 1613–1629)
Flag of the Principality of Upper Hungary (1682–1685)
Flag of the Principality of Upper Hungary (1682–1685)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (18th century–1848, 1849–1867)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (18th century–1848, 1849–1867)
Flag used during the Hungarian War of Independence of 1848–1849
Flag used during the Hungarian War of Independence of 1848–1849
Flag of Hungary with great coat of arms (1849)
Flag of Hungary with great coat of arms (1849)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1848–1849, 1867–1869)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1848–1849, 1867–1869)
Civil ensign of Austria-Hungary (1869–1918)
Civil ensign of Austria-Hungary (1869–1918)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1869–1918)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1869–1918)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1869–1874)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1869–1874)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1874–1896)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1874–1896)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1896–1915)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1896–1915)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1896–1915)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1896–1915)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1915–1918)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1915–1918)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1915–1918)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1915–1918)
Flag of the Hungarian People's Republic (1918–1919)
Flag of the Hungarian People's Republic (1918–1919)
Flag of the Hungarian Soviet Republic (1919)
Flag of the Hungarian Soviet Republic (1919)
Flag of the Banate of Leitha (1921)
Flag of the Banate of Leitha (1921)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1919–1946)
Flag of the Kingdom of Hungary (1919–1946)
War flag of the Royal Hungarian Army (1939–1945)
War flag of the Royal Hungarian Army (1939–1945)
Flag for infantry regiments of the Royal Hungarian Defence Forces (1939–1945)
Flag for infantry regiments of the Royal Hungarian Defence Forces (1939–1945)
Flag of the Hungarian Republic (1946–1949)
Flag of the Hungarian Republic (1946–1949)
Flag of the Hungarian People's Republic (1949–1956)
Flag of the Hungarian People's Republic (1949–1956)
Flag used during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956
Flag used during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956
Flag of the Hungarian People's Republic (1957-1990)
Flag of the Hungarian People's Republic (1957-1990)
Flag of Hungary (1957-)
Flag of Hungary (1957-)
Unofficial state flag (1990-)
Unofficial state flag (1990-)
Unofficial civil flag (1990-)
Unofficial civil flag (1990-)

Transylvania

Attributed flag of the "Kingdom of Siluana" (1350)
Attributed flag of the "Kingdom of Siluana" (1350)
Banner of the Székelys (1500)
Banner of the Székelys (1500)
Principality of Transylvania (Sigismund Báthory 1586–1598, 1598–1599, 1601–1602)
Principality of Transylvania (Sigismund Báthory 1586–1598, 1598–1599, 1601–1602)
Principality of Transylvania (Gabriel Bethlen 1613–1629)
Principality of Transylvania (Gabriel Bethlen 1613–1629)
Principality of Transylvania (Francis II Rákóczi 1704–1711)
Principality of Transylvania (Francis II Rákóczi 1704–1711)
Grand Principality of Transylvania (1711–1867)
Grand Principality of Transylvania (1711–1867)
Transylvanian banner after Queen Maria Theresa's standardization
Transylvanian banner after Queen Maria Theresa's standardization
Ströhl's rendition of the Transylvanian flag (1900)
Ströhl's rendition of the Transylvanian flag (1900)

Budapest

(1873–1930)
(1873–1930)
(1930–1949)
(1930–1949)
(1984–1990)
(1984–1990)
(1990–2011)
(1990–2011)
(2011)
(2011)
(2011–)
(2011–)

Historical flags of Iceland[edit]

Icelandic Commonwealth (medieval) (930–1262)
Icelandic Commonwealth (medieval) (930–1262)
Kingdom of Norway (1262-1397)
Kingdom of Norway (1262-1397)
Kalmarer Union (1397–1523)
Kalmarer Union (1397–1523)
Denmark-Norway (1537-1814)/ Danish Iceland (1814-1918)
Denmark-Norway (1537-1814)/ Danish Iceland (1814-1918)
(1809)
(1809)
Icelandic Army Regimental Standard (19th century)
Icelandic Army Regimental Standard (19th century)
(1900–1918)
(1900–1918)
(1918–1944)
(1918–1944)
Royal Standard (1921–1944)
Royal Standard (1921–1944)
Brittish occupatian of Iceland (1940)
Brittish occupatian of Iceland (1940)
US occupation of Iceland (1941-1944)
US occupation of Iceland (1941-1944)

Historical flags of Ireland[edit]

Ulster

Historical flags of Italy[edit]

Cispadane Republic (1797)
Cispadane Republic (1797)
Flag of the Transpadane Republic (1796–1802)
Flag of the Transpadane Republic (1796–1802)
Flag of the Napoleonic Italian Republic (1802–1805)
Flag of the Napoleonic Italian Republic (1802–1805)
Flag of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy (1805–1812)
Flag of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy (1805–1812)
Cisalpine Republic (1797–1798)
Cisalpine Republic (1797–1798)
Cisalpine Republic (1798–1802)
Cisalpine Republic (1798–1802)
Giovine Italia (19th)
Giovine Italia (19th)
Flag of the Kingdom of Sardinia (1848-1861) then Merchant and civil flag of the Kingdom of Italy (1848–1946)
Flag of the Kingdom of Sardinia (1848-1861)
then Merchant and civil flag of the Kingdom of Italy (1848–1946)
State flag of the Kingdom of Italy (1861–1946)
State flag of the Kingdom of Italy (1861–1946)
War flag of the Royal Italian Army
War flag of the Royal Italian Army