Flag of Chad

Flag Chad, Banner Chad
Aspect ratio:
2:3
Vexillological symbol:
National flag on land
Country:
Chad
Capital:
N?Djamena
Size:
1.284.000 km²
Population:
9.538.544
Continent:
Africa
Languages:
French and Arabic; main lingua franca: Chadian Arabic
Currency:
Communaute Financiere Africaine Franc (XAF)
accepted at:
05.11.1959

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Three vertical stripes of the same size (blue, yellow, red).

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Composer: Paul Villard Songwriter: Louis Gidrol und Studenten der St. Paul’s Schule

That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Chad

This is what an AI says about the Chadian flag
The national flag of Chad is a symbol of the country's independence and national pride. It was adopted as the official flag in 1959 when Chad gained its independence from France. The flag consists of a blue background with a yellow crescent moon and a yellow star symbol. Both symbols represent Islam, which is the official religion of the country.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Chadian flag
The national flag of Chad was introduced in 1959 and consists of three horizontal stripes in the colors blue, yellow and red. The colors symbolize the independence of the country and the alliance between the Republic of Chad and France. The blue stripe represents the sky and the hope for a better future, the yellow stripe symbolizes the sun and the desert and the red stripe represents the courage and sacrifice of the Chadian people.
This is how an AI describes the Chadian flag
The national flag of Chad is a square with a ratio of 2:3. It consists of three evenly divided stripes arranged in the colors blue, yellow and red. The blue stripe is at the top, the yellow stripe is in the middle and the red stripe is at the bottom of the flag. In the center of the yellow stripe is a green five-pointed star.