Flags of Hungarian history

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The Flags of Hungarian history are a series of 23 flags selected from Hungarian history, spanning over 1100 years. The Republic of Hungary uses them in ceremonies.[1]

The flags in chronological order[edit]

  1. Flag of the Hungarians from the time of their conquest of the Carpathian Basin (895)
  2. Flag of King Saint Stephen of Hungary
  3. Flag of the Árpádian kings: the Árpád stripes
  4. Flag of the Árpádian kings: the double cross on three hills
  5. Flag of the Anjou kings of Hungary
  6. Flag of János Hunyadi, regent of Hungary
  7. Flag of the Black Army of king Matthias Corvinus
  8. Flag of Miklós Zrínyi
  9. Flag of the nobility uprising of Nyitra County from the time of the Ottoman wars
  10. Flag of the Hajdús of István Bocskai
  11. Flag of Gábor Bethlen, Prince of Transylvania
  12. Flag of Imre Thököly, Prince of Transylvania
  13. Flag of Francis II Rákóczi, Prince of Hungary and Transylvania
  14. Flag of the cavalry of Francis II Rákóczi
  15. Flag of the hussars of Baranya from the 18th century
  16. Flag of the Jassic-Cuman hussars from the 1770s
  17. Flag of the uprising nobility of Pest County from the time of the Napoleonic Wars
  18. Flag of the cavalry of the Hungarian Revolution and Freedom Fight of 1848-49
  19. Flag of the Military of the Kingdom of Hungary from 1869
  20. Flag of the Military of the Kingdom of Hungary from 1938
  21. Flag of the Military of Hungary from 1949
  22. Flag of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956
  23. Flag of the Military of the Republic of Hungary from 1990

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Magyar Állami Jelképek". Retrieved 2014-02-06.  Hungarian State Symbols