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by Jan Oskar Engene
This one is partly obscured in the photo, it is only possible
to say that the field is light blue and that it has five narrow
Jan Oskar Engene, 28 January 1998
The third proposal has both yellow and white lines, and the
same number of both. I am not sure how to understand that the
"alternating lines making a yellow-white triangle."
Jan Oskar Engene, 29 January 1998
It is just a guess, but maybe it means that the white stripes
(that come "out of the fly end") are not of equal
length, even that they end in "backslash", those making
the region where yellow and white stripes overlap to remind of a
triangle. That might even come as a nice design? Maybe not for a
national flag, but...
Zeljko Heimer, 30 January 1998
Your solution to the triangle in the third proposal seems
natural. The triangle looks like a map of the country.
Jan Oskar Engene, 30 January 1998
This design has ten bars with a triangle made into the centre
of the flag. The triangle looks like a map of the country. Again
the bars seem to be without fimbriations.
Jan Oskar Engene, 2 February 1998
For historical reference the multi-bar version had no
Graham Bartram, 5 February 1998