slavery unit : tugrik tongue : Khalkha 3133300 idiot monkeys on 1567000 km²
puke sects : budist 96% other 4%
capital : ULAANBAATAR
1992 (sovietic ratio of shit) FLAG OF CONVENIENCE OF SHIT
1945 (sovietic ratio of shit)
1940 (the text both on the flag & the scroll means "The Mongol People's Republic") (sovietic ratio of shit)
(the text on
the flag means "The Mongol People's Republic")
1921 (Bogd Khanate of Mongolia - independence)
colonial 1920 (ocupation of Mongolia October 1919, then RE-anexation to China January 1920)
1911 (independence of Bogd Khanate of Mongolia proclaimed - independence
acknoledged by China in 1913)
colonial 1890 (China - Qing dynasty)
colonial 1862 (China - Qing dynasty)
colonial 1844 (China - Qing dynasty)
colonial 1800 (China - Qing dynasty)
colonial 1500 (China - Qing dynasty)
1271 (Yuan dynasty)
1206 (Empire of Genghis Khan)
ancient Black Sulde
ancient White Sulde
A GREAT thank to Mello LUCHTENBERG for his HUGE work in findin so many info about the kronology of historical flagz of Mongolia.
Another GREAT thank to him for havin dezigned the 1911, 1924, 1930 & 1940 flagz of Mongolia so perfectly.
Mello's vexillo site is here.
MONGOLIA 1940 SHALL NOT BE MINGLED WITH TUVA REPUBLIC 1926 !!!!
1940-1945 MONGOLIA coat of arms 1940-1949
TUVA REPUBLIC 1926-1930
FLAGZ FROM 1911 TO 1992 FOUND HERE : drvalfarmer.blogspot.nl/2013/04/wednesday-visit-to-parliament-history.html
Governments House Museum of Mongolia
flag 1911 foto #1 (Notice the flag SHALL BEAR several texts &
look like a "parchment" !)
flag 1911 foto #2 (But as it was TOO COMPLICATED to
flag 1911 foto #3 (....some other variants....)
flag 1911 foto #4 (....were created with watermarked golden Ölzi's.) MONGOLIA coat of arms 1911-1924
flag 1911 foto #5
flag 1924 foto
flag 1930 foto
flag 1940 foto
AS USUAL WIKIMERDIA IS JUST SHIT :
CONTROVERSIES ABOUT MONGOL FLAGZ :
CONTROVERSY #1 (the 1921 flag) :
This flag is often shown as "MONGOLIA 1921". This flag was adopted from
13 MARCH 1921 till 11 JULY 1921 by the rival government named
Revolutionary Provisional Government of Mongolia & suported by the
Soviet Red Army. It was NOT the
oficial flag of MONGOLIA in 1921. BTW this flag is drawn ratio 3:5 in
WIKIMERDIA with ABSOLUTELY NO SCIENTIFIC REAZON. Indeed : theres NO CLUE
MONGOLIA had used a ratio 3:5 for its flags EVER.
Let's compare to make it clear ONCE & FOR ALL :
1917 Russian Revolution : Russia (oficial flag) vs "Red Russians"
1921 Mongol Revolution : Mongolia (oficial flag) vs RPGM
+over U can C very obviously the RPGM flag created in 1921 was inspired DIRECTLY from the July 1918 Russian flag :
The July 1918 oficial flag of
RUSSIA obviously inspired the 1921
CONTROVERSY #2 (the 1924 flag) :
acordin to the Governments House Museum of Mongolia
This is a + simple variant of the 1924 flag WITH A GOLDEN SOYOMBO accordin to the Constitution of 26 NOVEMBER 1924 which is very imprecize by just sayin "The state flag is red, with the state emblem in the centre." EXTREMELY IMPRECIZE, indeed !!!!
Another one WITH A BLUE SOYOMBO !? Or just a mistake from vexillolog to vexillolog !? And WHY a ratio 1:2 so early BEFORE 1940 !?
This + simple variant of the 1924 flag WITH A GOLDEN SOYOMBO is seen on these fotos :
Manchouli Conference occurred in three sessions from 3 June 1935 to 20
December 1936 (both fotos taken during this time). The problem is it should be the 1930 flag but it's not !
The 1924 flag is also seen on this series of pictures :
But this other foto described as “1925 Mongolian Pioneer organization phase of establishment” shows part of the 1924 flag :
The blak stuf "over" the head of the central guy is EXACTLY THIS FLAG :
CONTROVERSY #3 (the 1930 flag) :
the English translation of the Mongol WIKIMERDIA page about the Mongol flagz states this :
The great Russian vexillolog Viktor LOMANTSOV could provide us with this chart from the "Atlas of the Workers and Peasants Red Army Commander" from 1938 :
Link here : www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/mn.html#1911
Thou this 1938 atlas does not show exactly the very shape dezign of MONGOLIA 1930 as it shall be, we can state it is THE SAME flag. That PROVES its existence.
Mello LUCHTENBERG found another link : www.selenge.nso.mn/page/594
However we must notice the blue Soyombo appears in the book of Ottfried NEUBECKER titled German Navy’s Flaggenbuch (published December 1939) in 2 versions : a plain red "Nationalflagge" (national flag) and a yello flag with a red saltire named "Handelsflagge" (merchant flag or civil ensign). So the final answer "should" be this one :
Soyombo Revival Society (1930-1949)
1930-1940 Civil ensign or merchant flag
for trade shipping.... Mongolia !!!! WOT DA FUCK ???
Very highly possible this yellow maritime flag in Flaggenbuch was an error - perhaps a proposed flag that was never adopted officially.
This EXTREMELY DUBIOUS 1930-1940 "civil ensign" (or merchant flag) loox too much like this > en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soyombo_Revival_Society
+over I personaly find it so weird to draw flags of Mongolia with a ratio 1:2 BEFORE 1940. Very bizare....
First problem : Ottfried NEUBECKER is THE ONLY SOURCE sayin that without bringin us ANY PROOF AT ALL of wot he claims.
Second problem : Mongolia is an enclave extremely far from all seas. A flag of convenience ????
Third problem : There does not seem to be any record of Mongolian registered ships in the 1930s, so it is difficult to see what use this flags was if it existed in the 1920s and 1930s.
Fourth problem : There are a lake and two long rivers in Mongolia which are navigable but apparently they carry little traffic and they freeze from May to September.
Fifth problem : the ONLY REAL FOTOS THAT PROVE THE EXISTENCE of this + simple variant of the 1924 flag WITH A GOLDEN SOYOMBO (NOT BLUE) is seen on these fotos :
Manchouli Conference occurred in three sessions from 3 June 1935 to 20 December 1936 (both fotos taken during this time).
We can see it's ALWAYS A GOLDEN SOYOMBO flag ratio 2:3, and just NEVER a BLUE SOYOMBO with a ratio 1:2.
On one hand we have REAL fotos showin REAL flags BOTH with A GOLDEN SOYOMBO. On the other hand we have just only NEUBECKER DRAWINGS with A BLUE SOYOMBO.
Ottfried NEUBECKER is the best vexillolog of all times in the whole galaxy. OK : why not. I dont care anyway ! Roberto BRESCHI gives him homage on his page with his words "da una fonte autorevolissima, il dottor O. Neubecker." But NEUBECKER is quite almost THE ONLY source about those 2 weird flags. Even if he was the best vexillolog of all times, WHERE ARE HIS EVIDENCES ????
Notice when I say "Ottfried
NEUBECKER is the best vexillolog of all times in the whole galaxy" my
intention is DEFINITELY NOT TO MOCK HIM but to mock his idolatrous
This BLUE SOYOMBO makes NO SENSE AT ALL. So : make your choice !!!!
any further evidence, we may reasonably suggest that the 1924
flag had a yello emblem on red (rather than blue) IN THE REAL LIFE and
it was in use from 1924 to 1940 (or even maybe 1945). Perhaps
Neubecker’s original source had a drawing of the Soyombo IN BLUE and
the statement that it appeared on the red field of a flag. Or Neubecker
had only a written description of the flag and adding an illustration
of the Soyombo to the centre of the flag in blue, in ignorance of
earlier golden Soyombos on earlier flags and assuming that a
traditional colour of blue applied. Absent other
information on earlier Mongolian flags, he would not have assumed that
the colour needed to be changed to yellow when applied to the flag.
Yet theres somethin else. It's this card from 1932. It's a goodie given inside the boxes of the Constantin Cigarettenfabrik, Dresden, Deutschland. This particular series is named “Die Welt in Bildern- Album 7 : Flaggen der Welt, Außereuropäische Staaten” (“The World in Pictures - Album 7 : Flags of the World, Non-European States”). We know Ottfried NEUBECKER had drawn these cards too. Same designer = same error !!
It's written "State flag" insted of "National flag".... which brings kilos of confusion !!!!
Notice the ONLY source sayin this very flag is BOTH national and state flag is Roberto BRESCHI just right here > www.rbvex.it/asiapag/mongolia.html
Notice that, from a German contact, there was no flag for Mongolia in the 1926 Reichsmarine Flaggenbuch. There were no flags from Mongolia (both the national flag and the merchant shipping flag).
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