About the English Flag
The English flag, or St George's flag, uses a thick-lined red cross on a white background. The red cross symbolizes the cross of St. George, the patron saint of England. According to the Flags of the World website, the earliest record of the St. George's...
The flag of England is derived from St George's Cross (heraldic blazon: Argent, a
cross gules). The association of the red cross as an emblem of England can be ...
It is the flag of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The flag is actually three flags
in one. It is made up from the: England flag,; Scotland flag and; the patron saint ...
Although St. George was known in England in the 5th Century and his legend
was brought back to England by stories ...
Geographical and political facts, flags and ensigns of England.
The origin of the flag, its association with St. George (the patron saint of England),
and its adoption by England all lack thorough and clear documentation. At the ...
The English national flag at this period consisted of a simple red cross fully
imposed upon a plain white field, this being the emblem of St. George, England's
Nov 26, 2014 ... There is an England flag draped from one upstairs window and two union jacks
hanging from another. Let's not pretend I am unhappy that ...
Flag. England's flag is represented by a red cross set on a white background.
This cross is known as the St George's Cross and has represented England is ...