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Dec 9, 2021

[Answer] Which country first introduced a red, white, and blue tricolor flag?

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...1. France 2. Belgium 3. Italy 4. The Netherlands




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The Netherlands - More than 30 countries today fly national flags in various patterns of red, white, and blue, but the first country to introduce this color combination was the Netherlands. The Dutch flag was originally blue, white, and orange — to represent 16th-century William I, Prince of Orange, while fighting for Dutch independence against Spain. Around 1660, the orange transitioned to red, likely as a nod to the Dutch province of Zealand, which was branded with a red lion. When the French revolted in 1789, they saw the banner’s colors as the “colors of liberty” and used them in their own national flag. The bands on the flag of the Netherlands are horizontal, while the French are vertical.:


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