Kingdom of Eswatini (Swaziland) Flag 3 X 5 ft. Standard

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The Swaziland Flag was adopted on October 30th, 1967. The red symbolizes the battles of the past, the yellow stands for wealth, the blue represents peace. The black and white shield was developed in the 1920s.

This flag may be stored under Eswatini or Swaziland

Name change

During celebrations to mark the 50th celebrations of independence and his 50th birthday, King Mswati III announced that he was officially renaming the country the "Kingdom of eSwatini". The new name means "land of the Swazi". The King had already used the new name when he addressed the United Nations General Assembly in 2017 and at the opening of the country's parliament in 2014.
Bruce Berry, 19 April 2018

From Flags of the World (

The flag of Eswatini (Swaziland) was adopted on October 6, 1968[1] after Eswatini gained independence from the British Empire on September 6, 1968. The design of the flag is based on a flag given by King Sobhuza II to the Swazi Pioneer Corps in 1941.

Standard Quality
Construction: Super-weave polyester
- Our most popular quality level
- 100% synthetic waterproof material
- Designs are through-printed and visible on both sides
- Bright, fade-resistant inks
- Double stitched edges all around
- Reinforced grommet holes with metal rings
- Attaches easily to any flag pole with grommets
- Fair weather outdoor display
- Light weight lets flags fly well even in light breeze
- Excellent for events, indoor display and theatrical use
- Seasonal decoration, home use
- Demonstrations, protests, parades
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