The Adoption Of Our Flag was officially adopted on June 14, 1777.
Continental Congress adopted the stars and stripes pattern for the National Flag of the United States.
Each color used in the flag symbolized a quality people felt our country displayed or should strive to display. Today these same colors and basic pattern are used, although some minor changes have occurred over time.
White signifies purity and innocence, red signifies hardiness and valor, and blue signifies vigilance, perseverance, and justice.
Queensland's flag was officially adopted on 29 November 1876.
White and red were officially adopted as national colors in 1831. The national flag was officially adopted in 1919.
The current version of the Spanish flag was adopted in 1981.
The French flag was adopted officially by the Convention as the national flag on Feb. 15, 1794.
The Belgium flag was officially adopted on January 23, 1831.
The Tennessee State Legislature officially adopted the flag on April 17, 1905.
the French flag was officially adopted in February 1794.
June 14, 1777
13 January 1822
28 July 1953
march 3 2003
The flag of Canada was officially adopted in 1965.
The modern flag was officially adopted on November 19, 1889. It was adopted on may 11, 1992 it was an adaptation of an earlier Brazilian flag from November 15, 1889
June 1, 1923
On the 8th June 1991.
It was officially adopted in 1909 but the same design was used since 1784
Design of the U.S. flag, with its stars and stripes, was officially adopted.
It was officially adopted as the National flag on Feb. 19th, 1937 although the flag was first introduced in 1572.
The American Flag is 234 years old we adopted it in 1777
The American Flag is 237 years old as it was adopted in 1977.
Canada's 'Maple Leaf' flag was officially adopted on February 15, 1965.
The Sri Lanka flag was officially adopted on December 17, 1978.