Flags of micronations

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Micronations are ephemeral, self-proclaimed entities that claim to be independent sovereign states, but which are not acknowledged as such by any recognised sovereign state, or by any supranational organisation. The constant reiteration of the flag as a symbol of a something that exists by the entity that it symbolises confirms the validity of the flag as an officially sanctioned and/or definitive symbol of an entity; therefore, there has been a close association between vexillology/vexillogic imagination in creating visual symbols that appear to legitimise micronational claims.[1][2]

This article documents the designated national flags of micronations whose existence is verifiable in multiple, non-trivial third party reference sources, which have been cited in the linked Wikipedia articles for those entities.

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  1. ^ Hayward, Philip (2019-12-20). "Under the Mermaid Flag: Achzivland and the performance of micronationality on ancestral Palestinian land". Coolabah (27): 72–89. doi:10.1344/co20192772-89. ISSN 1988-5946.
  2. ^ Bicudo de Castro, Vicente; Hayward, Philip. "The metamorphosis of Madeira's Ilhéu do Diego into Forte de São José, and the short-lived Principado do Ilhéu da Pontinha" (PDF). Transformations. 35: 40–51.
  3. ^ Micronations: The Lonely Planet Guide to Home-Made Nations. Footscray: Lonely Planet. 2006. p. 38. ISBN 1-74104-730-7.
  4. ^ Middleton, Nick (2015). An Atlas of Countries That Don't Exist: A Compendium of Fifty Unrecognized and Largely Unnoticed States. London: Macmillan. p. 98. ISBN 978-1-4472-9527-3.

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