Flag of Baustralia

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Kingdom of Baustralia
UseNational flag
Proportion1:2
Adopted20 June 2017
Designed byJohn I
Vertical flag of the Kingdom of Baustralia
UseNational flag
Proportion2:1

The flag of Baustralia, is the national and imperial flag of Baustralia and consists of a blue field with a white square at its centre in the ratio of 1:2:1, in the middle of which is featured a Baustralian Fish charged in the centre. It is the first specified by law for use as the country's national flag.

Its vertical equivalent is the same as the normal flag, the fish stays upright. For a flag to be considered 'vertical', it must be at most 45° from the ground.[1]

Red ensign

The Red Ensign of Baustralia, or Civil Ensign, is the civil ensign of Baustralia. It is the ensign of the Merchant Navy, and the ensign to be flown by civilian ships. The design of the red ensign is the Baustralian flag in the canton of a red flag. It is often defaced with emblems such as coats of arms or yacht club emblems. It also acts as the base for the flags of the semi-autonomous realms of the Baustralian Empire, such as the Dominion of Edstmae and the Empire of Ostreum.

Blue ensign

The Blue Ensign of Baustralia, or Government Ensign, is the governmental ensign of Baustralia. It is the ensign to be flown by the coast guard auxiliary ships or government ships. The design of the blue ensign is the Baustralian flag in the canton of a blue flag. It is often defaced with emblems such as shields of arms. It also acts as the base for the flags of the non-autonomous realms of the Baustralian Empire and divisions of all realms, such as the Protectorate of Île aux Couleuvres, or the Province of Holderton.

White ensign

The White Ensign of Baustralia, or Naval Ensign, is the naval ensign of Baustralia. It is the ensign to be flown by His Royal Navy. The design of the white ensign is the Baustralian flag in the canton of a white flag charged with a red cross.

Gallery

References

  1. "National Symbols Act, 2018". 2 John 1 c. 3. Parliament of Baustralia[dead link].

See also

Flags of Baustralia