British Flag Wallpaper : The History Of The Flag
The British flag or Union flag is famously known as the Union Jack which is the national flag of the United Kingdom. It is symbol of the administrative union of the countries in the United Kingdom. That’s way it is called the Union flag. The flag consist of three individual flags of countries in the Kingdom that is made into one flag. The three countries include Northern Ireland, Scotland and England. Wales is not included into the flag since it was principality not a kingdom. You can see British flag everywhere, on music album, car, and, if you wish, you could put it on the Home screen device as British Flag Wallpaper.
British Flag Wallpaper has a unique design since it is the combination of three flags of three countries. If you want to use it as wallpaper, you have to make sure it is the right flag since British flag is quite complicated. The Union Flag are combination of the three heraldic crosses of St. George (England), St. Andrew (Scotland) and St. Patrick (Northern Ireland). The first Union flag was between the flag of England and Scotland before the Ireland joined the Union. Only Northern Ireland stayed joining the Union after most part of Ireland left the Union.
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