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Other 20th Century China flags

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China Empire, 1916

Yuan Shi-kai set up a China Empire in 1916, which lasted only 81 days. From a black and white photograph, a flag was depicted that was adopted for this empire.
Michael Yuh-horng Wang, 13 January 1997

Manchuoko

[Manchuoko]
by Bruce Ward,

The five-color flag was not used in the canton of the flag of Manchuoko as some might believe. The Manchuoko flag is a yellow field with four small stripes of red, blue, white and black in the canton.
Michael Yuh-horng Wang, 13 January 1997


Bruce Ward posted this flag recently and he mentioned that the field was not yellow, but more orange. I noticed the same color from the October, 1917, National Geographic. Yet the suggestion that the Manchukuo flag had the five-color Chinese Republican flag in the canton and that the field was yellow is still persistent.
Thomas W. Koh, 14 January 1997


Manchuria (1922)

[Manchuoko]
by Jaume Ollé,

Adopted in 1922 by Tchao Tso Lin when he proclaimed the autonomy of Manchuria.
Jaume Ollé, 03 February 1999

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