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Uzbekistan in the Soviet Union (early flags)

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Flag of 1925

[Flag of Uzbekian SSR in 1925]
by Jaume Ollé, 08 Oct 1996

The first flag was hoisted 22 July 1925.
Jaume Ollé, 08 Oct 1996


Flag of 1926

[Flag of Uzbekian SSR in 1926]
by Jaume Ollé, 08 Oct 1996

On 9 January 1926 the arabic letters were replaced with latin letters (three times: in usbek, in russian and in tadjik)
Jaume Ollé, 08 Oct 1996


Flag of 1931

[Flag of Uzbekian SSR in 1931]
by Jaume Ollé, 08 Oct 1996

The constitution of 1927 did not change the flag, but in 1931 the Tadjik ASSR was separated from Uzbekistan. The 103rd article of the constitution of 1931 described the flag without the letters in tadjik. The letters are not the same type as those pictured by Sokolov, but those pictured by Sokolov and Ivanov in the flags of 1937 and 1941 also aren't the same. The change of the alphabet was reflected in the new flag hoisted in January of 1935 in the XV Congress of the Soviets.
Jaume Ollé 08 Oct 1996

[Flag of Uzbekian SSR in 1930's]
by Jaume Ollé, 08 Oct 1996

Red with in the upper hoist yellow initials in sanserif in both Latin (OzSSR) and Cyrillic (UzSSR).
Mark Sensen, 13 May 1996


Flag of 1937

[Flag of Uzbekian SSR in 1937]
by Mark Sensen, 25 May 1996

Red with in the upper hoist yellow name in sanserif in both Latin (Ozbekistan SSR) and Cyrillic (Uzbekskaja SSR).
Mark Sensen, 25 May 1996

In the 1937 Constitution, the design was changed, and the complete name of the republic was established. The uzbek writing (latin alphabet) was exchanged for the new alphabet in 1940 and on 16 January 1941 a Decree by the Supreme Soviet of the republic established a new flag.
Jaume Ollé, 08 Oct 1996

[Flag of Uzbekian SSR in 1940’s]
by Mark Sensen, 02 Jun 1996

Red with in the upper hoist yellow name in sanserif in both Cyrillic [Uzbek??] (Uzbekiston SSR) and Cyrillic [Russian] (Uzbekskaja SSR).
Mark Sensen, 02 Jun 1996

This flag was replaced by a new one in 29 August 1952.
Jaume Ollé, 08 Oct 1996

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