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  1. Serbia used the red, blue and white tricolor as a national flag continuously from 1835 until 1918, when Serbia ceased to be a sovereign state after it joined the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, later known as Yugoslavia, the tricolor was a used as a Serbian civil flag, from 1918 to 1945.

    • Државна застава / Državna zastava
    • 1882 (flag of Kingdom of Serbia), 2004 (readoption), 2010 (standardized)
  2. Following World War I, Serbia, as part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes (later renamed Yugoslavia), had no flag of its own but flew the Yugoslav blue-white-red tricolour (first hoisted on Oct. 31, 1918, shortly before the establishment of the kingdom).

  3. First Serbian Uprising Serbian Revolution: War flag during the First Serbian Uprising and Serbian Revolution. Red background with two coat of arms (the Serbian cross and Triballian boar) at the centre, Serbian Crown Jewels on the top and two Voivode flags on the bottom. Adopted as the flag of Topola. 1790–1792: Habsburg-occupied Serbia

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    1992–present
    Horizontal tricolor of red, blue, and ...
    2008–present
    A tricolor of three equally sized ...
    2005–present
    Flag of Serbs of Croatia
    A tricolor of three equally sized ...
    1995–1998
    Horizontal tricolor of red, blue, and ...
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  5. The Presidential Standard of Serbia is a square Serbian flag with the Greater Coat of Arms of Serbia in the centre. The flag surrounded by a red, blue and white border. The Standard of the President of the National Assembly of Serbia is the same as the Presidential Standard without the border. The Coat of Arms of Serbia

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    The flag national of Serbia is tricolor with Pan-Slavic colors representing freedom and revolutionary ideals, is composed of three equal horizontal bands, red at the top, blue at the center and white at the bottom.

    Story takes different meanings according to the versions: the first one says that the approval was granted, but that the delegation forgot how the colors were arranged; The second says that the approval was not granted and the Serbs used the inverted Russian flag to annoy the Russians. In unofficial use, the flag often has the Serbian shield or onl...

    The Serbian national flag is actually the Russian flag inverted. Before the first Serbian uprising against the Turks, a delegation from Serbia went to Russia for help. This was granted, and the delegation wanted to show their recognition by asking them to use the Russian flag as Serbia’s military banner in battles. It was the flag of Serbia through...

  6. The 1835 Sretenje Constitution described the flag of Serbia as an horizontal tricolour of red, dark blue ( čelikasto-ugasita) and white stripes with the coat of arms at the centre. The constitution was criticized, especially by the United Kingdom, which strongly opposed the pan-Slavic colors.

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