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Royal Standards 1914-1918 (Bavaria, Germany)

Standarten des Königlichen Hauses

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[Royal Standard 1914-1918 (Bavaria, Germany)] 1:1
Royal Standard / Königsstandarte
by Theo van der Zalm and Santiago Dotor
Flag adopted 24th February 1914, abolished 1918



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Royal Standard 1914-1918

Königsstandarte

[Royal Standard 1914-1918 (Bavaria, Germany)] 1:1
by Theo van der Zalm and Santiago Dotor
Flag adopted 24th February 1914, abolished 1918

This royal standard was adopted 24th February 1914. Source: Neubecker 1933.

This was the only standard of a German sovereign which followed the Austrian pattern of a triangled border or Zackenrand ('border of tines', see the Austrian imperial standard at Željko Heimer's FAME website) after the turn of the century. In the late 19th century there were other German states which also used such a pattern, for instance Brunswick. Source: Neubecker 1939a.

Santiago Dotor, 21 June 2001


Standard of the Princes and Princesses of the Royal House 1914-1918

Standarte der Prinzen und Prinzessinen des Königlichen Hauses

[Standard of the Princes and Princesses of the Royal House 1914-1918 (Bavaria, Germany)] 1:1
by Theo van der Zalm and Santiago Dotor
Flag adopted 24th February 1914, abolished 1918

There also was a standard issued for the princes and princesses, similar to the Prussian military colours. Source: Neubecker 1933.

Theo van der Zalm, 16 June 2001

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