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The flag of Germany
The flag of Germany is a tricolour consisting of three equal
horizontal bands displaying the national colours of Germany: black,
red and gold.
The black-red-gold tricolour first appeared in the early 19th century
and achieved prominence during the 1848 revolution.
Germany flag The first flag of Germany was adopted in 1848, at the
time when Germany's feudal states were in the process of trying to
unite. Although the union never occurred, a flag comprising equal
widths of black, red, and gold was established.
The flag of Germany was adopted in its present form in 1919. It was
readopted with the new constitution of 1949. It is a tricolor, made of
three equal horizontal bands coloured black (top), red, and gold
Flag of Germany - Definition
Flag ratio of current German flag is 3:5EnlargeFlag ratio of current
German flag is 3:5
German Confederation (only 1848)
The flag of Germany was adopted in its present form in 1919. It
was readopted with the new constitution of 1949. It is a tricolour,
made of three equal horizontal bands coloured black (top), red, and
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As Europe's largest economy and second most populous nation (after
Russia), Germany is a key member of the continent's economic,
political, and defense organizations.
The current official flag of Germany was most recently adopted in May
of 1949, however it was initially adopted in 1848. The flag was
replaced once around 1867 with a black-white-red tricolor used until