Origine of European country flags

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+3 1. stonedecroze commented 5 years ago

Fun with Flags :D
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+7 2. smi commented 5 years ago

Sheldon approves :)
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+9 3. torbengb commented 5 years ago

Am I the only one who paused this video 47 times just to be able to keep up?
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+2 4. Natan_el_Tigre commented 5 years ago

We might soon need a "Facepalm" category. :x
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-1 5. solo2r commented 5 years ago

way to fast to be fun
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+1 6. mwak commented 5 years ago

And also missing some of the early flag modifications of western europe. That implied current italian, belgian, luxemboug, spanish and french.

For the Greenland it's because back in the viking times (around 1000) the south of the greenland was warmer and it was green back then.

For Belgian vs German flag. The belgian one comes from the belgian national protest against the king of the Netherlands. First they used French flags for the strips, then they changed the colors to match the Duchy of Brabant (black with a gold lion), which used to be the biggest part of belgium times ago.
The German one is an old one that comes from the revolutions in 1850-ish, that marked the Weimar Republic. If i remember well the colours are from the main political parties in that time. It was reinstated after WWII.
I think the Belgian one came before the German one but not many years.

In fact it's quite fascinating in regard of history how deep a flag can represent a country through history.
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0 7. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

It would be a whole lot simpler if all countries just had a flag with their fecking name on it. :D
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+1 8. ughlah commented 5 years ago

If you can't read as fast as sheldon it's your fault and yours alone.
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+1 9. ComentAtor commented 5 years ago

love the video
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+1 10. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

I love the video too! Great music as well! :)