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The FAME is site devoted to systematic and scientific study of flags and coats of arms. Such symbols often bear strong political and other messages. Inclusion of those symbols here does not mean that the author support or approve the ideas they may stand for.
The national tricolour remained the most important flag in the independent state formed after the World War.
The state flag had the (lesser) coat of arms off-set toward hoist.
Greater coat of arms - blazoning: Quarterly, 1. Azure, three leopards' heads affrontés, crowned Or (Dalmatia); 2. Chequy Argent and Gules (Croatia); 3. Azure, a river in fess Gules, bordered wavy Argent, thereupon a marten proper, beneath a six-pointed star Or (Slavonia); 4. per fess Azure and Or, over all a bar Gules, issuing therefrom a demi-eagle displayed Sable addextré in chief of the sun in splendour, and senestré of a crescent Argent, in the base seven towers 4 and 3, of the third (Transylvania); entré en point per pale 1. Or, an arm Gules issuant from sinistre a cloud proper, holding a scmithar proper (Bosnia); 2. Gules, a double-headed eagle proper on a peninsula Vert, holding a vase pouring water into the sea Argent, beneath a crown proper with bands Azure (Fiume). En surtout: an escutcheon per pale Hungary Ancient (barry of 8 Gules and Argent) and Hungary Modern (Gules, on a mount Vert a crown Or, issuant therefrom a double cross Argent). Crown: Saint Stephen's crown. Supporters: two angels. Motto: bizalmam az ösi erényben.
The flag is white with red and green wolf teeth and the greater coat of arms in the middle. The greater coat of arms consists of a shield with coat of arms of Dalmatia, Croatia, Slavonia, Transilvania, Bosnia and Fiume with the Hungarian coat of arms in escutcheon all crowned with the crown of St. Stephen and supported by two angels.
The senior officer's pennant is a tricolour trinagular pennant.
The pennant is in shape of a long tricolour triangle.
The flag is white with a brown cabled blue anchor topped with the crown and with a blue canton containing a large letter K.
The flag is white with a brown cabled blue anchor topped with the crown of St. Stephen.