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File:Canadian Red Ensign 1957-1965.svg

English: The Canadian Red Ensign, the national flag of Canada from 1957 to 1965.

Elements have been derived from the following images:

  • Union flag in canton: Image:British-Merchant-Navy-Ensign.svg
  • Upper left of shield: Image:Canadian Arms - England.svg
  • Upper right of shield: Image:Canadian Arms - Scotland.svg
  • Centre left of shield: Image:Canadian Arms - Ireland.svg
  • Centre right of shield: Image:Canadian Arms - France.svg
  • Bottom of shield: Image:Canadian Arms - Canada.svg
Français: Le Red Ensign canadien, le drapeau nation du Canada de 1957 à 1965.

Éléments dérivés des images suivantes :

  • Union flag in canton: Image:British-Merchant-Navy-Ensign.svg
  • Bouclier - coin supérieur gauche : Image:Canadian Arms - England.svg
  • Bouclier - coin supérieur droit : Image:Canadian Arms - Scotland.svg
  • Bouclier - centre gauche : Image:Canadian Arms - Ireland.svg
  • Bouclier - centre droit : Image:Canadian Arms - France.svg
  • Bouclier - bas : Image:Canadian Arms - Canada.svg
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Author User:Denelson83


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