How does the Australian flag look like What does it symbolize?
The Australian flag shows a union jack on a blue field with white stars. The union jack represents Australia's British heritage, the Southern Cross Constellation represents Australia's location, and the 7 stars represent the 6 territories and Australia.
Yes. Hundreds of years ago, British men were shipwrecked on the island of Bermuda and they claimed Bermuda as a British territory. If you look at the Bermuda flag, you will see the England flag at the top left corner of it. It is like the Australian flag because it also has the English flag at the top left corner.
There was no specific "miners' flag" during the Australian goldrush. However, the "Eureka Flag" was adopted as a symbol of the Eureka Stockade rebellion, in which the miners demanded more rights and better conditions. The Eureka Flag has a blue background with a stylised Southern Cross constellation over a white cross. Each of the stars of the Southern Cross has eight points. To see the Eureka flag, click on the related link below.
well the kansas flag looks like a sunflower at the way top of the flag then under it looks like a rainbow but in the rainbow the are words the are spanish that you dont understand at all. then if you look under that rainbow you see the fiftey stars on it.When you look at the bottom of the flag you see land.
The Thailand flag was officially adopted on September 28, 1917. Red is said to symbolize the blood of life, white the purity of the Buddhist faith, and blue the monarchy. The blue and white stripes were added to the flag during World War I. Thailand's flag has a thick blue strap in the center, around which there are two thin white straps and then two think red straps.