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Adopted in 24 January 1953;
blue bar in lower part of flag.
Željko Heimer, 17 April 1996
According to [fss]: Stripes: 6+2+1. Star
is contained in imaginary circle of diameter 12.5% of flag height. hammer and sickle
in imaginary square of sides 25% of flag height. Vertical axe of star
and hammer and sickle at 25% of flag length. The horizontal axe of the hammer and sickle
not given, but looks like centered at the upper red stripe. Also not given,
the distance between the hammer and sickle and the star.
[See also here.]
Mark Sensen, 20 June 2001
I’d say that the circle inscribing the star touches the edge
of the imaginary square — at least it is so in the other
comparable construction sheets.
António Martins, 28 October 2002
image by António Martins, 28 Oct 2002 |
No hammer, sickle and star on the
Mark Sensen, 25 May 1997
Officially reverse looked like obverse without star and hammer-sickle.
But in fact I never saw these flags without star, hammer-sickle. Real flags
(all 15) usually were either with reverse analogous
to obverse (but with star and hammer-and-sickle near the hoist) or with
reverse = mirrored obverse.
Victor Lomantsov, 30 November 2002
The emblem of the SSR was introduced 26 March 1937
(according to Hesmer [hes92])
by the current one 4 June 1992.
Marcus Schmöger, 16 Sepember 2001