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Moldavia in the Soviet Union (early flags)

Last modified: 2003-09-13 by
Keywords: hammer and sickle (yellow) | hammer and sickle: no star | ypcp | rssu | rass moldovenesht | pccm |
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Moldavian ASSR, 1924

The moldavian flag of 1924 is «ukrainian flag with added inscriptions».
Victor Lomantsov, 21 Dec 2001


Moldavian ASSR, 1925-1929

[Flag of Moldavian ASSR]
by Jaume Ollé, 16 Jan 1997, and António Martins, 05 Sep 2003

According to Banderas [ban] 36: 12, Moldova ASSR was created 12 October 1924 in the Ukrainian zone of Balta. The flag was adopted probably in 1925. Was in use until 1929 when the hammer and sickle disappear.
Jaume Ollé, 16 Jan 1997 and 15 Dec 2002

Incorrect depiction in Banderas

[Flag of Moldavian ASSR]
by Jaume Ollé, 16 Jan 1997, and António Martins, 05 Sep 2003

According to Banderas [ban] 36: 12.
Jaume Ollé, 15 Dec 2002


Moldavian ASSR, 1929-1935

According to Banderas [ban] 36: 12, in 1929 when the hammer and sickle disappear from the previous flag.
Jaume Ollé, 16 Jan 1997


Moldavian ASSR, 1935-1937

According to Banderas [ban] 36: 12, "RSSU" was suppressed from the previous flag near 1935.
Jaume Ollé, 16 Jan 1997 and 15 Dec 2002


Moldavian ASSR, 1937-1941

According to Banderas [ban] 36: 12, the hammer and sickle was added (above of "YPCP") in 1937.
Jaume Ollé, 16 Jan 1997and 15 Dec 2002


Moldavian SSR, 1941-1952

[Flag of Moldavian SSR #1]
by Mark Sensen, 02 Jun 1996

Red with in the upper hoist curved yellow cyrillic initials (RSSM) in serif. Yellow hammer and sickle below.
Mark Sensen, 02 Jun 1996

This flag was introduced by Constitution of 1941, article 123. The official text of Constitution regulated neither the typeface of the letters nor the curved form of the inscription.
Victor Lomantsov, 21 Dec 2001

This flag was replaced by a new one in 31 January 1952.
Zeljko Heimer, 17 Apr 1996

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