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Progressive Nationalist Movement (Historical)

South Vietnam

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[Progressive Nationalist Movement]
image by Ivan Sache

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Progressive Nationalist Movement (South Viet Nam)

Horizontal red-yellow-red with a red arrow pointing towards lower hoist.
Ivan Sache, 6 August 1999
Source: Smith (1975), pp. 340-341 ("Symbols in politics")

The Progressive Nationalist Movement was a coalition of Vietnamese political parties formed in 1968. (One of the parties was the Tan Dai Viet, a faction of the Dai Viet movement and whose predecessor party had been pro-Japanese during the Second World War.) The movement was short lived and merged into the Democratic Socialist Alliance in 1973.
Phil Nelson, 1 September 2003