Does the England flag represent England?
The English flag (St George's Cross) represents England. The Union Flag (sometimes called the Union Jack) represents all of the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) and is an amalgamation of the flags of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland (St George, St Andrew and St Patrick).
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The flag of St George.
St. George's Cross is the flag of England. It is a large red crossplaced over a white background. It was named and created in honorof St. George, who was a patron saint in Eng…land.
Big ben, tea, the London eye, the gherkin (the building not the food :p), the beatles, red buses
The England flag (St George): Red and White, represents St George killing the Dragon. The white is purity and red is blood.. The central red cross on a white background is th…e symbol of St George, the patron saint of England. .
The flag of England is the St George's Cross, a centred red cross on a white background. In the Union Flag (the flag of the United Kingdom), the St George's Cross is used t…o represent both England and Wales, which were unified in 1542.
The English flag isn't on the American flag any more. However on the top left corner of the American flag use to be the England flag because America was part of England.
No it isn't but not many people do it.
If you simply mean England, not including Scotland etc, then the red cross on the white background is the red cross of St. George, patron Saint of England.
The British flag, otherwise known as the Union Flag or incorrectly the Union Jack, is an amalgam of the flags of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Its not called the England flag it's called the Union Flag and the white stripes represent the Scotish Soltire.
The St Georges Cross, which is a red addition cross on a white background, If you mean the Union Flag of the United Kingdom, it is a combination of the St Georges Cross of Eng…land, the St Andrews Cross of Scotland and the flag of Northern Ireland.
Hawaii was once a British protectorate, and had been visited by British people many times in the past, so it's no surprise the British Union Flag was incorporated into their o…wn flag. They very briefly adopted the (44 Star) flag of the USA, but decided to go back to the Union Flag variant in 1894 and have kept it all the way up to today.
By a large 'plus' cross in the foreground.
Because we are not English. We are Welsh. Plus you spelt Wales wrong you fool. Perhaps you mean the flag of Great Britain, the answer to which is racism.
\n \nThe England flag (the St George Cross) is a red 'plus sign' on a white background. The Union Flag is an amalgam of the English, Scottish and Northern Ireland flags.