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Jack of the FNFL (Forces Navales Françaises Libres), France (fotw)
Flag of Batken, Kyrgyzstan (Jens Pattke); Flag of the Mulgi people, Estonia (Zoltan Horvath); Arms and Flag of Sunja, Croatia (Željko Heimer)
Please note that these are not established terms, but have been introduced by the Editors since no established alternatives could be found.
Flag of the Royal Belgian Football Association (fotw); Flag of the Gibraltar Football Association (Zoltan Horvath)
Flag and Arms of Lačnov, Czech Republic (fotw & ICH); Flag of Badendorf, Germany (fotw); Flag and Arms of Lower Saxony, Germany (fotw & Wikipedia)
Flag of Galanta, Slovakia (fotw)
State Ensign of Lower Saxony, Germany (fotw)
Flag and Arms of Vilamacolum, Spain (fotw & ICH)
1801 Pattern of Union Jack, UK (Graham Bartram); Jack/Fortress Flag, Soviet Union 1924 – 1932 (fotw); War Flag/Naval Ensign, Germany 1903 - 1919 (fotw); Flag of Coastal Fortresses and Naval Buildings, Spain 1793 (fotw)
a) Some countries use/used ensigns of special design to denote ships belonging to naval fortresses (notably Soviet Union).
b) It is also not unknown for a country to have had sets of rank flags to denote presence of officers of particular rank/position in coastal artillery and fortresses.
Flag of the Admiralty Board, UK (fotw); Flag of the Navy Board, Canada (fotw); Flag of the Chief of the Navy Board, Australia (fotw)
Please note that in UK usage the fouled (or foul) anchor is considered a symbol of the Royal Navy, and that officers of the British merchant marine show an anchor (of a slightly differing pattern) without its cable on their cap badges and buttons.
Flag and Arms of Glória, Portugal (Klaus-Michael Schneider); Flag and Arms of Funtana, Croatia (fotw)
Flag of the Christlich-Soziale Union, Bavaria, Germany (fotw)
A Four Freedoms/Honor Flag
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