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Flag Facts and Figures

With more facts and figures about flags than you can shake a stick at, this section contains a wealth of miscellany and information guaranteed to impress anyone, vexillologists included!


Flag Etiquette at Sea

Flag etiquette is considered a combination of law, good manners and tradition. At sea, flags also send a message and give an awareness to other vessels, making them vital tool in sea safety.

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The Union Flag vs. The Union Jack

In an argument almost as old as the flag itself, the British public have been asking "Is it the Union Jack, or the Union Flag?" The Flag Institute has published a report to answer this.

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10 More Facts You May Not Know About Flags!

After the huge interest in our previous 10 Facts, we have decided to do some more research and bring you 10 More Facts You May Not Know About Flags! Have a read!

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The Correct Precedence of Flying British Flags

It's a little-known fact that the plethora of British flags that can be flown have an order of precedence, one that must be obeyed if one is to fly the British flags with the correct protocol.

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10 Facts You May Not Know About Flags!

Here are 10 interesting, amazing, and surprising facts about flags that you may not have known! From the Olympics to world record holders in flags, we cover a variety of topics!

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