Australia Flag

The Flag of Australia was first flown in 1901 and expressed that country’s pride and identity. In 1903, two designs for the Flag of Australia were approved by King Edward VII for the merchant navy, the first one was the commonwealth blue ensign, and the second one was the commonwealth red ensign. The blue ensign was there for naval and official purposes, while the red ensign was there for the merchant fleet, but the public started to use red ensign on land. The flag is now paraded by the defense forces and is displayed around the country at the sporting events of schools, community groups, and citizens

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