Fiji Flag (1871-1874)
On 5th June 1871 Cakobau proclaimed the United Kingdom of Fiji, joined by Ma'afu six weeks later. This kingdom used the white and blue flag until 10th October 1874 when the British took over government. The arms are derived from the Missionary Society[1].
On 5th June 1871 Cakobau proclaimed the United Kingdom of Fiji, joined by Ma'afu six weeks later. This kingdom used the white and blue flag until 10th October 1874 when the British took over government. The arms are derived from the Missionary Society.
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[1] - From: FOTW Flags Of The World
Page: Historical Flags (Fiji) (U.S.)
Author(s): Jaume Ollé & Mark Sensen
Article Used: Van den Maagdenbur, ReneVexilla Nostra, no. 164.
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