Poland Flags

The Flag of Poland was adopted on August 1, 1919.
The Flag for Poland has two equal horizontal bands of white (top) and red. The flag colors associated with Poland and its coat of arms. The white color symbolizes the hope for peace by all citizen. The red color represent the struggles for liberty over the centuries. The flag has a height-to-width ratio of 5:8.
Several flags were adapted before the current flag was adopted. In 1138, the Kingdom of Poland had several duchies, each with its banner. Poland became unified in 1320 under King Wladyslaw, whose coat of arms having a white eagle with a crown on its head. In 1569, by the Union of Lublin, the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania unified to become a commonwealth. The colors of the flag adopted from the coat of arms of both the states and consisted of the eagle of Poland and the mounted knight of the King of Lithuania.

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