What was Russia's flag during World War 2?
The Russian Communist flag durring WW2 was a read backround and overcroosing a hammer and a sicle and above that a star.
If you mean during world war II, it didn't. There has been some confusion, but really, the flag with the stripes around the sun, was the flag of the Navy. They still had the other flag with just a plain background. So in answer to your question, the flag didn't change, it was merely a different flag you're thinking of.
It has a long history and stages of it becoming the Irish flag. It's origins go back to 1848. It was raised over the GPO during the Easter Rising in 1916. It was adopted in 1919 as the national flag in the war of Independence and then during the civil war of 1922 to 1926. It was officially recognised as the national flag in the 1937 constitution.
It didn't. During the First World War Imperial Germany's colours were actually red, white and black and not red, yellow and black as they are today. St Kilda FC changed its colours to red, yellow and black, between 1915-22, so as to disassociate itself from Germany. Red, yellow and black were considered suitable replacement colours because they were the colours of the St Kilda Cricket club and also of Belgium, Australia's ally. Germany's current flag…