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France: Standards of Ministers

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Prime Minister (Premier Ministre)

[Flag of Prime Minister]by Zeljko Heimer

Undefaced, square French tricolour.

Source: Album des Pavillons [pay00]

 


Car flag

[Car flag]by Zeljko Heimer

As above, but in proportion 7:8 and with a golden border (not shown here).

Source: Album des Pavillons [pay00]


Minister of National Defence (Ministre de la Défense Nationale)

[Flag of the Minister of National Defence]by Zeljko Heimer

As in Britain, the Defence Forces of France have been brought under a single Minister, known as the Ministre des Armées [now Ministre de la Défense Nationale]. A flag for this Ministry was introduced in 1966, consisting of a square version of the national flag for use at sea [i.e. 30:33:37] with an emblem representing Armée de Terre [Army], Marine Nationale [Navy] and Armée de l'Air [Air Force] in the centre in gold.

Sources

Santiago Dotor, 12 July 2000


Close-up of the emblem

[Close-up of the emblem]by António Martins


Car flag

[Car flag]by Zeljko Heimer

As above, but in proportion 7:8 and with a golden border (not shown here).

Source: Album des Pavillons [pay00]


Flag of the Minister (or Junior Secretary) for Overseas Departments and Territories

[Minister for Overseas]by Zeljko Heimer

The honour mark of the Minister/Secretary of State for the Overseas Departments and Territories has a ratio is 1/1 (square). This flag derives from the honour mark of the Governor-Generals in the former colonial empire which was almost similar (same ratio and composition).

Pierre Gay, 16 June 1999


Car flag

[Car flag of the Overseas Minister]by Zeljko Heimer

As above, but in proportion 7:8 and with a golden border (not shown here).

Source: Album des Pavillons [pay00]

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