Poland Independence Day – November 11

Poland celebrated independence from the Russian Empire, Kingdom of Prussia, and Habsburg Empire in 1918. This holiday is observed as a non-working day of the year. The holiday was constituted in 1937 but only celebrated twice before World War II. The date corresponds with other countries Veterans Day, Remembrance Day, or Armistice Days.  Coincidentally, all of these holidays and Polish Independence Day all emerged as holidays at the end of World War I.

Let’s observe Poland’s Independence by learning about their flag and what it symbolizes.

Poland’s flag for everday flying

The Poland flag is represented by two equally sized stripes of white and red. These colors are defined as the national colors in the Polish constitution. A flag that holds the national coat of arms in the middle of the white stripe is legally reserved for official use abroad and at sea.

The colors white and red were adopted as the national colors in 1831.

Flags with similar designs are Monaco and the Czech Republic.

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This flag is for official use while overseas and abroad. It hold the countries crest in the field of white.


Source: Wikipedia

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