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Proposals for a Regional Flag 1926 (Aragon, Spain)

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Introduction

In 1926 a regional agency for propaganda tried to covertly establish a regional flag under a trade union coverture (that happened during General Primo de Rivera's dictatorship). Five flags were proposed, the first four by the Dean of Jaca [Huesca province], Dámaso Sangorrín, and the last one by Marín Sancho. It is not known whether there was a winning entry.

Jaume Ollé, 21 September 1999


Proposals by Dámaso Sangorrín, Dean of Jaca

[Aragon (Spain), 1926 proposal]
by Jaume Ollé

[Aragon (Spain), 1926 proposal]
by Jaume Ollé

[Aragon (Spain), 1926 proposal]
by Jaume Ollé

[Aragon (Spain), 1926 proposal]
by Jaume Ollé


Proposal by Marín Sancho

[Aragon (Spain), 1926 proposal]
by Jaume Ollé

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