What Do the Stars on the Australian Flag Signify?

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On the Australian Flag the five small stars on the right represent the group of stars known as the Southern Cross, which is visible and distinctive in Australia and other parts of the Southern Hemisphere, so it relates to Australia's geographic position. The larger seven pointed star is the Federation star, each of its points represents one of the six States and seventh is for the Australian Territories.
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usama bin ladins death and the. al quida will take revenge by killing. baric obama hahahaha im joking. it reprsent pease and respect to other race. by the way it is actaclly respect
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The starts on the Chicago flag represent: 1 Fort Dearborn, 2
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They don't (?!) We only have 6 stars on the Australian flag - even if you don't know for sure, a moment's thought would make it apparent that isn't many. Therefor it's pretty likely
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Six stars, all of them are seven pointed know as the commonwealth star. The fly contains a representation of the Southern Cross constellation, made up of five white stars; one small
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