FOTW: FLAGS OF THE WORLD
If you're interested in flags,
this site is not to be missed! FOTW is the Web's number-one source for information about
flags of all kinds, past, present and sometimes even future. Click on the icon to go to
FOTW's US mirror site.
vexillogists with salt water in their veins, Sea Flags is a mandatory port of
call. Joe McMillan's outstanding site is devoted to ensigns and flags of the sea
services of the United States. In addition to many fine illustrations, it
presents information on US Navy flag customs and ceremonies, signaling at sea and
much more. Click on the US Navy admiral's rank flag to set course for Sea Flags.
FLAGS OF THE CONFEDERACY
founded by the late Devereaux Cannon,
is an essential resource for
vexillogists with an
interest in the flags of the Confederate States of America. Click on
the Stainless Banner to visit FOTC.
This excellent site offers
numerous small-sized military flags that can be downloaded and printed out for use in
miniatures wargaming. Even if you're not into wargaming, it's well worth a look. A click
on the King's Colour will take you to
Nec Pluribus Impar
is a Web-based magazine in French
and English that offers a rich bounty of information on the organization,
campaigns, uniforms and flags of the European armies of the eighteenth century.
The flags in particular are beautifully illustrated. Click on the drapeau
to visit this outstanding site.
This site, maintained
by Alan Pendlebury of the UK, offers wargame-sized Napoleonic flag images for
download. The section on British regimental colors at Waterloo is particularly
nice, and the overall coverage of Napoleonic-era armies is exceptional. Not
recently updated, but still worth a look. Click on
the drapeau of the Grumblers to visit Napflags.
This site showcases Dylan Crawfoot's proposals for new Australian flags, including naval
and air force ensigns. These designs are among the best of the many Australian flag
proposalsóclick on the Dylan's proposed flag to check them out.
NORTH AMERICAN VEXILLOLOGICAL
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