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Flag of the 2nd Battalion, 43rd Regiment of Infantry Granada, 1847-1931

[Flag of the 2nd Battalion, 43rd Regiment of Infantry Granada, 1847-1931 (Spain)]
by Sergio Camero

This flag follows the new standard established in October 1843, whereby the basic dseign of military colours is modified with the adoption of the national colours. The cloth is divided in three stripes, horizontally red-yellow-red, and a simplified version of the royal arms placed in the center. This flag design had been used by warships since 1785, and in naval forts and castles since 1793. Source: Antonio Manzano Lahoz, Las Banderas Históricas del Ejército Español.

Sergio Camero, 10 September 2001

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