Flag of Northern Ireland
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There is currently no official flag of Northern Ireland. From 1953 to 1973, the Red Hand Flag of Ulster was used as the official flag in Northern Ireland. This consists of a red George Cross on a white field (like the English flag) with a six-pointed star in the center. There is a red hand in the star, and a crown above the star. This flag is based on the traditional flag of the province of Ulster. However, the background was yellow rather than white; the red hand was on a white shield in the center.Since this flag is associated with unionists, it is unlikely to be reinstated, although it will be flown at the Commonwealth Games. Irish nationalists and republicans use the flag of Ireland. They do not consider Northern Ireland to be a separate political entity and therefore see no reason for its own flag.(Wikipedia)
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The flag of Northern Ireland in the country of Great Britain is a symbol of loyalty to Great Britain and the Union. It was officially recognized as the flag of Northern Ireland in 1953. The flag is a symbol of Northern Ireland nationalism and independence. It is a symbol of hope for a peaceful and united future for Northern Ireland.
The flag of Northern Ireland was introduced in 1922 as the official flag of the country. It consists of a red background with a white six-pointed star, a red cross and a red hand badge. The flag is a combination of the flag pattern of the Kingdom of Great Britain and the flag pattern of the Republic of Ireland. It is a symbol of unity and peace between the two countries.
The flag of Northern Ireland in the United Kingdom of Great Britain consists of a red background with a white cross in the middle. The white cross is divided by two narrow red stripes. On the left side of the cross is a red star symbol, and on the right side is a golden harp symbol. The flag is a symbol of Northern Irish nationalism and loyalty to Great Britain. It is used in Northern Ireland as well as in other parts of the United Kingdom.