South Vietnam 1949-1975

South Vietnam 1949-1975 flag

This South Vietnam flag was the national flag of the State of Vietnam and the Republic of Vietnam from 1949-1975. The flag comprises a yellow field with three narrow red horizontal stripes through the middle of the flag. The flag's ratio is 2:3. The three red stripes are said to represent the common blood that runs through northern, central and southern Vietnam. The flag ceased to exist as a symbol of the state on 30 April 1975 when Saigon was taken and the Republic of Vietnam came to its end. The flag is often used by Vietnamese communities abroad as either a symbol of ethnic unity or a protest symbol against the current Vietnamese government.

The flag of South Vietnam

The flag of South Vietnam

South Vietnam 1949-1975 flag 150x90cm
Dimensions for flag 1500x900mm
South Vietnam 1949-1975 150x90cm polyester flag with double stitched hems, the hoist edge has two eyelets.
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