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Nepal Commander in Chief

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[Nepali Commander in Chief, 1969] image by Klaus-Michael Schneider, 20 October 2010

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Description of the flag

As reported by Barraclough (1969), the ratio is approx 11:20. It is a red flag with a thin white stripe at top and bottom edge. At the hoist there is a yellow stripe. The flag has a white canton containing an image of the national flag. But the sun in this case is yellow. In the fly end are the following charges from top to bottom: a yellow sun, a white lying crescent, a yellow pair of laurel branches superimposed by white crossed swords and a white kukri (a Gurkha weapon).
Klaus-Michael Schneider
, 20 October 2010