There are many flags of Fitzerland, and there are many kinds of different flags.
The national flag was adopted on April 16, 2018. It was the first national flag and would be accepted by all four founding fathers. The flag is based on the coat of arms of the Fitzgerald family, yet with changed colors. The Darker Blue represents the the land of Fitzerland, the white represents peace and the light blue represents unity of the people and equality. The flag's nickname is "Great Blue".
District flags are based on British Colonial and Dominion flags of the British Empire. The National flag is in the canton of the flag, and the field is always has the same shade of blue on the national flag. The fly side of the flag always has a unique stamp for each district.
Territory flags were created as an original idea by the founding members a few when the first territory was captured, New Wentworth. The national flag is the flag in the canton, with the light blue being the same color as the center part of the national flag, and cross is the same color as the shade of blue of the outside of the national flag. The upper fly side of the flag always has a unique stamp for each territory.
Federal City Flags
Federal City flags are were created as a somewhat original idea by the founding fathers, as it somewhat resembles flags of claims of the British Empire. The national flag is in the canton, and the white field is the same shade as the inside of the satire on the national flag. The fly side of the flag always has a unique stamp for each city.
Government flags are all based on the fitzish flag, only that a charge has been added in a specific patter pertaining to the branch the flag represents. The flags are used at all meetings between senators, the president or the supreme court.
The Civil Ensign of the Republic is very similar to the national flag, only that the different shades of blue had changed positions on the flag. The flag can be used for civilian water vessels, trips abroad or any instance of public gathering.