All of our printed Yemen flags are produced by a process called Dye Sublimation. The system drenches each fibre of the fabric, resulting in a flag with wonderful precise colour, and vitally the design appears perfectly on each side. This is known as ‘printed through to reverse’ and is an important consideration when choosing your flag as both sides will be seen when flying. All our flags have Free Delivery included.
Our flags are manufactured to the highest standards. We offer flags in a choice of two materials, Hand Made National Flags, and Digitally Printed National Flags
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|Adopted||22ND May 1990|
|Design||A red-white-black horizontal tricolour.|
The first flag flown in North Yemen was that of the Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen. Adopted in 1918 it was a plain red field. White Arab script was added to the 1923.
In 1927 the script on the red flag was replaced by a large white sabre and five white five-pointed stars.
South Yemen was part of the British Colony of Aden around 1937 and a British Blue Ensign flown. The flag was a plain blue field with national flag top left and a badge depicting a ship on the sea centre right.
In 1962 Northern Yemen became the Yemen Arab Republic, a new red-white-black horizontal tricolour with green five-pointed star was adopted.
The 15 various States and Emirates of South Yemen joined together in 1962 to create the Federation of South Arabia still under British Control. The flag adopted was a black, yellow-bordered green and sky blue horizontal banded flag with a right facing crescent moon and five-pointed star in the centre.
In 1967 joined the Soviet Union creating the People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen. A red-white-black horizontal tricolour with sky blue triangle and red five-pointed star was adopted.
In 1990 North and South Yemen joined together and adopted a simple red-white-black horizontal tricolour. The red represents the blood shed and unity, white for the bright future and black for the dark past.
The Historical Flags of the Federation of South Arabia
Each member of the Federation of South Arabia had their own flag.
The Flag of the State of Aden was adopted in 1963 and features a blue-white-blue triband flag with a red trapezoid and green five-pointed star.
The Flag of the Emirate of Beihan was a brow-green-yellow horizontal tricolour with a red triangle in the left and left facing crescent moon.
The flag of the Emirate of Dhala was a red and green horizontal bicolour with a black right facing crescent moon. The Flag of the Fadhi Sultanate was a black-green-blue tricolour with a right facing crescent moon and five-pointed white star.
The flag of Lower Yafa was a black-white-green horizontal tricolour. The flag of the Sultanate of Lehej is a red and white bicolour with a white candle and crossed daggers in the red portion.
The flag of Lower Aulaqi Sultanate features a black-blue bicolour with a green triangle left and a brown hand holding a burning torch on a white disc. The Flag of the Wahidi Balhaf was a green-yellow-blue horizontal tricolour with a red band and white crescent moon and five-pointed star. The Flag of Wahidi Haban adds crossed swords to the green-yellow-blue horizontal tricolour.
The Historical Flags of the Protectorate of South Arabia
Each member of the Protectorate of South Arabia had their own flag. The Flag of Mahra is a green-white-red horizontal tricolour with a black right facing crescent moon and star.
The Flag of Kathiri is a yellow-green-yellow horizontal triband with a red triangle and three five-pointed stars.
The Flag of Qu’aiti is a red-yellow-blue horizontal tricolour with two blue and one green discs inside of which are white castles.
The Flag of Upper Yafa is a red-green horizontal bicolour with a white crescent moon and a dagger.
The Emblem of Yemen
The Historical Emblems of Yemen
Here are examples of the historical Emblems of North and South Yemen. Many have featured the golden eagle and national flag as a banner or a shield.
The Flag of the President of Yemen
The Flag of Yemani Army
The Flag of Yemani Navy
The Flag of Yemani Air Force
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