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State Ensign 1920-1939 (Danzig)


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[State Ensign (Danzig 1920-1939)] 2:3
Image by Jan Oskar Engene

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Neubecker 1992 [neu92] contains a plate with the flags of Danzig, and here we find a state ensign, like the ordinary flag - two white crosses placed over each other with a golden crown on top - with a swallowtail cut out of the fly end. Both flags are 2:3 in ratio.
Jan Oskar Engene, 25 June 1996

Like the civil ensign, but swallow-tailed. In use 1920-1939.
Norman Martin, 20 January 1998

Ratio 2:3. Angle of the swallotailed cut is 90. Caption: Wird von allen im Staatseigentum stehenden, zu Amtshandlungen benutzten Fahrzeugen, insbesondere Polizei-, Loften- und Zollfahrzeugen, geführt - i.e. "shall be hoisted on all vehicles owned by the State in official service, especially police, pilot and customs vehicles."
Source: Neubecker 1992 [neu92], p. 43 (in the "Supplements" section).
Ivan Sache, 18 April 2002

Harbour Authority Flag

[Harbour Authority Flag (Free City of Danzig 1920-1939)] 2:3 Image by Martin Grieve

White red vertical bicolor, in white stripe, the arms of Poland, in red stripe the arms of Danzig. In use 1920-1939.
Norman Martin, 20 January 1998

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