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The individual flags of the British Isles are represented above, with the exception of Northern Ireland. The fact is, Northern Ireland has not had its own unique flag since 1973. That flag had stirred up a lot of controversy, because it contained an image of the Red Hand of Ulster. Thus, it was abolished when the government of Northern Ireland was suspended under the Northern Ireland Constitution Act of 1973. Choose the following link to go to Wikipedia for details about the Red Hand of Ulster. [Go there now…]

 


The flag of the United Kingdom, the Union Jack, is currently the only official flag representing Northern Ireland. It is made from an amalgamation of the crosses of St. George (England), St. Andrew (Scotland) and St. Patrick (Ireland). Choose the Wikipedia link below for details about the Flags of the British Isles: Choose the the following link for details about the Flags of the British Isles: [Go there now…]

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