The Nazi flag is not flown in Germany. It is against German law to display the Nazi flag and other Nazi symbols
After much research we now refer to this flag as "The German War Ensign", which was used by the Nazi Party between 1920 and 1945.
Depends on the condition, the specific type & size of the flag. Does it have history? Where did it come from? Any proof of its origin?
Nazi flag, a German flag, and a Jewish flag
2 dollars...why profit off murder
this is the signed Nazi flag It is signed by the US soldiers. It even has blood on it.
The Germans used the Swastika on their flags. It was a peace symbol used by Buddhists and Hindus but was copied by the Nazi's for their regime This is still debated even today, but essentially the German World War 2 flag was the German War Ensign, which was used by the Nazi party between 1920 and 1945.
The Nazi flag represents the Nazi Party and its ideology.
when was the German flag created and by who when was the German flag created and by who
Nazi Germany's flag was composed of a red flag, a white disk, and a black swastika in the middle of the white disk. Hitler thought it important to keep the color scheme of the original German Empire's flag. Hermann Goering commented on the flag, saying, "The black, red, and white flag, while honoured, is the symbol of a bygone era."
German flag = deutsche Fahne German flag = deutsche Flagge
The nazi flag is Red with a white circle in the middle, and in the middle of the flag ther is a black swastika in the middle
The black white and red colours of the NAzi flag - the red and black colours were said to represent Blut und Boden (blood and soil). Black, white and red were in fact the colours of the old North German Confederation flag (made by Otto von Bismarck, based on the Prussian colours black and white, blended with the red and white of the medieval Hanse cities.) In 1871, with the foundation of the German Reich, the flag of the North German Confederation became the German Reichsflagge (Reich's flag). Black, white, and red subsequently became the colors of the nationalists (e.g. during WWI and the Weimarer Republik).
There is no orange on the German flag. The colours of the German flag are black, red and gold
The colors of the German flag are black, red, and gold.
I have a WWII nazi flag and it has a stamp which is in german, but translates to "property of the city of Trier" if it is in german, you should translate it -w ___ The date in the question doesn't make sense, as the US wasn't even in the war on 21 October 1941.
The holocaust was the genocide of millions of people who didn't have blonde hair and blue eyes, mainly Jews. There is no flag for the holocaust itself but there is a flag for the party that conducted it which would be the National Socialist Workers Party (NAZI in German).
The black, red, and yellow of the modern German flag are associated with the republican democracy formed after World War I, and represent unity and freedom of Germany and the German people.
Your local library will have many books on the history of Nazism and the origins of the Nazi flag. In addition, you can also find historical DVDs to visually represent the history of the Nazi flag.
Its a swastika
The Belgian flag.
Type your answer here... the German flag was adopted in 1919