Last modified: 2003-05-31 by santiago dotor
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by Calvin Paige Herring and Santiago Dotor
Flag adopted 1911
From the Singha Beer source:
This flag is divided into two parts with the left side resembling that of the Yaowaraj Yai, being slightly less than 60 cms wide. The right side, however, consists of a long white pennant that gradually tapers off to a point ending in a land of a dove tail.
This flag, which is flown in place of the Yaowaraj Yai whenever no order for a 21 gun salute has been given, have been in use from B.E. 2453 [1910 AD] down to the present.
Santiago Dotor, 27 October 1999