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Tanzanian political flags

Last modified: 2002-07-20 by jarig bakker
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Afro-Shirazi party

[Afro-Shirazi party] by Ivan Sache, 06 Aug 1999

The Afro-Shirazi party had a flag of blue over black over green with a yellow hoe in the centre. It influenced the 1964 flag of Zanzibar.
Stuart Notholt, 1996 Jun 29

Smith [smi75b] says that these are real flags and not only party emblems, which may differ in colours when used as emblem or in a flag.
Ivan Sache, 06 Aug 1999

Tanganyika African National Union

[Flag of Tanganyika African National Union] by Ivan Sache, 3 Oct 2001

Pleases note that the political flag of the ruling political party of the then Tanganyika (Tanganyika African National Union) consisted of three horizontal stripes of GREEN BLACK and GREEN.
Since 1964, There have been no plans to alter the National Flag
Mohamed Juma, 2 Oct 2001

This is in full agreement with Smith (1976) and DK Pocket Book (1998).
Ivan Sache, 3 Oct 2001

Masai national movement

[Masai flag] by Dirk Schönberger, 31 Mar 2001

"Nations Without States" (James Minahan, 1996) describes a flag purportedly of the Masai national movement. It is red with a black and white Masai shield in the center, and white, crossed spears behind the shield.
I have a scan of the line drawing showing this flag.
Ned Smith, 19 Mar 2001

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