Flag of Gdansk (Free City of Gdansk)
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The Gdansk flag is red. On the left side it shows two white crosses, above which a golden crown is depicted.
This flag was used by the Free City of Gdansk from 1920 - 1939.it has been in use since 1457.
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The historical flag of Gdansk (Freetown of Gdansk) was introduced in 1920, when Gdansk was declared an autonomous freetown. It was used as the official flag of Gdansk until 1945. It contains a white cross on a red background, indicating the Protestant character of the state.
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The historical flag of Gdansk (Freetown of Gdansk) was introduced in 1920 as the official symbol of the Free City of Gdansk. It consisted of a white flag with a black cross and a red heart at the top. The heart symbolized the solidarity and unity of the citizens of the Free City of Gdansk. The flag was used until 1945 and is a symbol of freedom and resistance against the occupying powers.
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The historical flag of the Free City of Gdansk consists of a white background with a red cross. In each of the four squares of the cross there is a black shield with a golden eagle. The eagle is the symbol of the German Empire. The white background symbolizes freedom, the red cross represents the Christian faith and the black shields are a symbol of the city of Gdansk.