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The flags nickname is Big Red and Wite and Star and Strips
Old Glory is the nick name well one go find the rest
The Union Jack - properly known as the Union Flag.
The Australian flag has the Union Jack which is the British flag on the top left hand corner because the British colonised Australia, and the Union Jack symbolises Austral…ia's continuing ties with Britain. Australia has no continuing ties with the UK having legally separated in 1986 with the coming into effect of the Australia Acts on the 3rd of March 1986 . The Union flag is simply a hangover from Australias colonial era .
redcoats they were called "Limeys"
An amalgamation of of the English and Scottish flags, with the Saint Patrick's cross used to represent Northern Ireland.
Because of Hawaii's relationship with the British. The Hawaiian king originally flew the British Union flag on its own, but a group of advisor's recommended it be changed to i…nclude stripes to represent the islands he had united.
The flag of the United Kingdom, also called the Union Flag (the term Union Jack is in popular use, but refers to the flag only when being flown at sea), consists of the cross …of St. George, present on the English flag, the cross of St. Patrick, present on the flag of Northern Ireland, and the cross of St. Andrew, present on the flag of Scotland.
Australia was a colony of the UK, hence the British Union Flag being incorporated in the design of the Australian Flag.
The Union Flag (British flag) is made up of 3 crosses: -St. George's Cross (the red central cross) for England -St. Patrick's Cross (the red diagonal cross) for Ireland -St…. Andrew's Cross (the white cross on the blue background) for Scotland
Absolutely not. The flag of England shows the Cross of St. George, a red cross on a white field, most often seen waved by English soccer fans in international competition. The… British flag is the Union flag, which replaces most of the field of white with blue (to symbolize the inclusion of Scotland) and adds an extra red x.
Because Canada still recognises the British Monarch as being the monarch of their country, despite being politically separate from the United Kingdom.
It is due to the fact that Canada was under British monarchy until 1867. (Confederation)