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What Do the Stars, Stripes, and Colors of the American Flag Mean?

 The Flag of the United States is blowing in the breeze

Sometimes it is called, “ Old Glory,”

Or the “Stars and Stripes”

The colors are Red, White, and Blue

And each color means something

Red means courage – Are we brave?

White means purity - Are we pure and good?

Blue means justice – Do we play fair? 

Why stars and stripes?

Stars are considered a symbol of the heavens and the

Divined goal to which man has aspired from the beginning of time.

The Stripes are symbolic of the rays of light emanating from the sun. 

The Stars represent the 50 states.

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Buy International Flags; we offer many flags of countries. Click above to find your nations flag.

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Each nations flag is printed in bright vibrant colors, and finished with strong white headers and brass grommets. Buy world flags to show your birth country's heritage.

When you buy International flags from us, just know that each nations flag is

Made in the U.S.A.

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Use of flying flags of countries of the world as a form of communication, grew from the requirements of ancient battlefields.
  • Uniforms were not worn, so shields were painted with emblems to identify Friend or Foe so they needed international flags.

  • Warriors needed to know where their leaders were so carrying a pole was adopted and thus, flags from around the world were born.

  • An emblem like a shield was attached to the pole for identification as an early form of flags of countries of the world.

  • Emblems were also used to cover suits of armor - Coats of Arms were born!

  • Emblems were the forerunners of the modern flags from around the world.

  • The idea of fastening an international flag to the side of a pole soon followed.  

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