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by Antonio Martins, 27 September 1997
In an excellent article (though lacking the author'a name) in The Flag Bulletin 169, the flag of the (successful) independentist movement of Eritrea is said to be approx. 5:7. However, I took from the web a JPG which was exactly 2:3. This images (above) is redrawn from that image.
The People's Liberation Front of Eritrea uses a green over light blue flag, divided with a large red triangle extending from the hoist (base) to the fly
(vertex), and charged with a large yellow star rotated 90 degrees (3 o'clock
position), a design that influenced the later adopted national flag.
Antonio Martins, 27 September 1997