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English: Banner supposedly used by Hussite forces of Taborites led by famous noble Bohuslav of Švamberg, whose heraldic emblem was a swan on a red field, later confused with a goose (Czech: husa) as a symbol of the Hussites by their enemies.
Čeština: Husitská korouhev užívaná s největší pravděpodobností vojskem táboritů vedeným šlechticem Bohuslavem ze Švamberka, jehož heraldickým znakem byla bílá labuť na červeném poli. Později si protivníci husitů vyložili labuť chybně jako husu a přisuzovali jí celému hnutí.
English: Historical depiction of the Hussite wagon fort and banner with a swan/goose above it.

Čeština: Dobové vyobrazení husitské vozové hradby a korouhví s labutí či husou nad ní.
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