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List of Ukrainian flags

Flag at Kyiv City Hall

The following is a list of flags of Ukraine :

Contents

  • National flag 1
  • Presidential flag 2
  • Military flag 3
    • Personal flags 3.1
    • Personal naval flags 3.2
  • Government and Non-Military Security Forces 4
  • Flags of Ukrainian regions 5
    • Flags of Ukrainian oblasts 5.1
    • Flag of autonomous republic 5.2
    • Flags of cities with special status 5.3
    • Flags of other cities 5.4
  • Regional and minority flags 6
  • Historical flags 7
    • Kingdom of Galicia–Volhynia 7.1
    • Poland and Lithuania 7.2
    • Cossack Hetmanat 7.3
    • Russian Empire (1654-1917) 7.4
    • Habsburg Monarchy, the Austrian Empire, and Austria–Hungary from 1772 to 1918 7.5
    • Ukrainian People's Republic 7.6
    • Ukrainian State 7.7
      • Royal Family Standards 7.7.1
    • Free Territory 7.8
    • Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic 7.9
    • Crimea 7.10
    • Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic 7.11
    • Carpatho-Ukraine 7.12
    • Ukrainian National Government (1941) 7.13
    • Reichskommissariat Ukraine (1941–1945) 7.14
    • Black Sea Fleet for the transitional period (1992-1995) 7.15
  • See also 8
  • References 9

National flag

Flag Date Use Description
1918 — 1920; 1992 — Present National flag and Naval Jack Two stripes of blue (top) and yellow (bottom).
1918 — 1920; 1992 — Present Hanging national flag

Presidential flag

Flag Date Use Description
1999 Presidential standard of the flag of Ukraine. The yellow Tryzub, within a yellow border made of leaves, on a blue field.

Military flag

Flag Date Use Description
N/A Ministry of Defence flag. Raspberry color field with Ministry of Defence logo in the center.
N/A General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces flag. Raspberry color field with General Staff logo in the center.
N/A Armed Forces flag. Raspberry color field with Armed Forces logo in the center.
N/A Ground Forces flag. Raspberry color field with Ground Forces logo in the center.
N/A Air Force flag. Blue field with Air Force logo in the center.
2014 National Guard flag. Blue field with National Guard logo in the center.
N/A Naval ensign of Ukraine. Blue cross with a miniature Ukrainian flag in the upper left corner.
August 7, 2001 Sea Guard ensign of Ukraine. Green cross with a miniature Ukrainian flag in the upper left corner.
Pennant
Sea Guard Pennant
Red Cross for hospital ships

Personal flags

Flag Name
Standard of the Minister of Defense
Standard of the Chief of the General Staff
Standard of the Commander-in-Chief of Ukrainian Ground Forces
Standard of the Commander-in-Chief of Ukrainian Air Force
Standard of the Commander-in-Chief of Ukrainian Navy
Standard of the Commander-in-Chief of National Guard
Standard of Ukrainian DSNS Head
Ukrainian Department of the State Guard Head Standard
Standard of Ukrainian Security Service Head
Standard of the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

Personal naval flags

Flag Name
Ukrainian Minister of Defence flag at sea
Ukrainian Navy Commander's flag.
Ukrainian Naval Region Commander's flag.
Ukrainian Navy Ship Formation or Group flag.

Government and Non-Military Security Forces

Flag Date Use Description
State Border Guard Service of Ukraine
2002 Security Service of Ukraine
2008 Special Communications Service Ensign
Internal troops of Ministry of Internal Affairs
State Emergency Service
2003 Customs Service Ensign
2003 Anti Monopoly Committee Ensign
2004 State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate Ensign
2003 State Statistics Service Ensign
2006 State Service for Financial Monitoring Ensign
2003 State Reserve Agency Ensign
2003 Treasury of Ukraine

Flags of Ukrainian regions

Flags of Ukrainian oblasts

Flag Use Date Description
Flag of Cherkasy Oblast 1998
Flag of Chernivtsi Oblast 2001
Flag of Chernihiv Oblast 2000
Flag of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast 2002
Flag of Donetsk Oblast 1999
Flag of Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast 2001
Flag of Kharkiv Oblast 1999
Flag of Kherson Oblast 2001
Flag of Khmelnytskyi Oblast 2002
Flag of Kirovohrad Oblast 1998
Flag of Kiev Oblast 1999
Flag of Luhansk Oblast 1998
Flag of Lviv Oblast 2001
Flag of Mykolaiv Oblast 2001
Flag of Odessa Oblast 2002
Flag of Poltava Oblast 2000
Flag of Rivne Oblast 2005
Flag of Sumy Oblast 2000
Flag of Ternopil Oblast 2003
Flag of Vinnytsia Oblast 1997
Flag of Volyn Oblast 2004
Flag of Zaporizhia Oblast 2001
Flag of Zakarpattia Oblast 2009
Flag of Zhytomyr Oblast 2003

Flag of autonomous republic

Flag Use Date Description
Flag of Crimea 1999 A blue–white–red triband.

Flags of cities with special status

Flag Use Date Description
Flag of Kyiv 1995 Archangel Michael, holding flaming sword and shield.
Flag of Sevastopol 2000 Seal of the city.

Flags of other cities

Flag Use Date Description
Flag of Cherkasy 1995
Flag of Chernihiv 2008
Flag of Chernivtsi
Flag of Dnipropetrovsk 2012
Flag of Donetsk 2004
Flag of Ivano-Frankivsk 1995
Flag of Kharkiv 1995
Flag of Kherson
Flag of Khmelnytskyi 1997
Flag of Kirovohrad 1996
Flag of Luhansk 2006
Flag of Lviv 1991
Flag of Lutsk 2007
Flag of Mykolaiv 1999
Flag of Odessa 2011
Flag of Poltava
Flag of Rivne 1993
Flag of Simferopol 2006
Flag of Sumy 2000
Flag of Ternopil 1993
Flag of Vinnytsia 1993
Flag of Uzhhorod 1990
Flag of Zaporizhia 2001
Flag of Zhytomyr 2007

Regional and minority flags

Flag Date Use Description
1917 Flag of the Crimean Tatars Currently, only the light blue flag is used, which is now an ethnic flag. The golden colored damğa was used in the upper left corner of the flag and sometimes in the center.
1917-1918 Religious flag of the Crimean Tatars
1917-1918 Military flag of the Crimean Tatars

Historical flags

Kingdom of Galicia–Volhynia

Flag Date Use Description
1199–1349

Poland and Lithuania

Flag Date Use Description
1349–1569-1587 Banner of Poland
1561-1569-1587 Royal Banner of Lithuania
1587-1772 Flag of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth

Cossack Hetmanat

Flag Date Use Description
Flag of the Zaporozhian Host
Historical flag of the Zaporozhian Cossacks

Russian Empire (1654-1917)

Flag Date Use Description
1710/1721-1858
1883–1917/1918
Civil ensign of Russia
Flag of Russia
1858-1883 Flag of Russia
1914-1917 Flag of Russia (private use)
1710/1721-1858 Imperial Standard of Russia
1858-1917 Imperial Standard of Russia

Habsburg Monarchy, the Austrian Empire, and Austria–Hungary from 1772 to 1918

Flag Date Use Description
- 1918 Flag of the Habsburg Monarchy, also the flag of the Austrian Empire, from the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867 flag of Cisleithanian Austria
1786-1915 Naval Ensign, Merchant Ensign (until 1869)
1869-1918 Merchant Ensign of Austria-Hungary
1915-1918 Naval Ensign
1815-
Late 19th Century
Standard of the Emperor
Late 19th Century-
1915
Standard of the Emperor
1915-1918 Standard of the Emperor
Flag Date Use Description
Until 1849 Flag of Galicia and Lodomeria created after 1772 when this previously Polish province had been annexed to Austria.
1849-1890 Flag of Galicia and Lodomeria
1890-1918 Flag of Galicia and Lodomeria

Ukrainian People's Republic

Flag Date Use Description
1917 Flag of the Ukrainian People's Republic
1918-1919 Flag of the West Ukrainian People's Republic and Hutsul Republic
1917–1921 Naval flag of the Ukrainian People's Republic

Ukrainian State

Flag Date Use Description
1918-1920 Flag of the Ukrainian State and UPR

Royal Family Standards

Flag Date Use Description
1918 Royal Standard of the Hetman of Ukraine
1918 Royal Standard of the Wife of the Hetman of Ukraine
1918 Royal Standard of the Prince of the Hetman of Ukraine
1918 Royal Standard of the Princess of the Hetman of Ukraine

Free Territory

Flag Date Use Description
1918-1921 Flag of the Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army of Ukraine See Anarchist_symbolism#Black_flag


Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic

Flag Date Use Description
1917–1918 Flag of the Ukrainian People's Republic of Soviets
1918 Flag of the Ukrainian Soviet Republic
1919–1929 Flag of the Ukrainian SSR The first flag was red with the gold Cyrillic sans-serif letters У.С.С.Р. (USSR, initialism for Ukrayinskaya Sotsialisticheskaya Sovetskaya Respublika in the Russian language).
1929–1937 Flag of the Ukrainian SSR In the 1930s a gold border was added.
1937–1949 Flag of the Ukrainian SSR In 1937, a new flag was adopted, with a small gold hammer and sickle added above the gold Cyrillic serif letters У.Р.С.Р. (URSR, for Ukrayins’ka Radyans’ka Sotsialistychna Respublika in the Ukrainian language).
1949–1991 Flag of the Ukrainian SSR To comply, the Ukrainian Soviet authorities dropped the lettering and added a blue stripe (⅓ of the width). The Ukrainian SSR adopted this new design as its official flag on November 21, 1949.

Crimea

Flag Date Use Description
Crimean People's Republic State flag 1917-1918
Crimean Regional Government State flag 1918-1919
Crimean Regional Government Naval ensign 1921
Crimean ASSR State flag 1921-1929
Crimean ASSR State flag 1929-1938
Crimean ASSR State flag 1938-1945

Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic

Flag Date Use Description
Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic State flag 1925-1937
Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic State flag 1937-1938
Moldavian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic State flag 1938-1940

Carpatho-Ukraine

Flag Date Use Description
1939 Flag of the Carpatho-Ukraine

Ukrainian National Government (1941)

Flag Date Use Description
1941 Flag of the Ukrainian National Government
N/A Flag of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army

Reichskommissariat Ukraine (1941–1945)

See

: Flag of Nazi Germany

Flag Date Use Description
Flags used 1935 – 1945
1935–1945
1935–1945
National flag[1]
Marine jack (Gösch)
A red field, with a white disk with a black swastika, or hakenkreuz, at a 45 degree angle. Disk and swastika are slightly off-centre.
1920-1945 NSDAP Party flag (Parteiflagge)[1] A red field, with a white disk with a black swastika, or hakenkreuz, at a 45 degree angle. Disk and swastika are exactly in the centre.
1935–1945 Merchant flag variant with the Iron Cross
1938–1945 Reich war flag
1935–1945 Reich service flag
1935–1945 Standard of Adolf Hitler
1935–1945 Flag of the Schutzstaffel (SS)
1936–1945 Flag of the Ordnungspolizei (OrPo) ("Order Police", the national regular police organization of the Third Reich)

Black Sea Fleet for the transitional period (1992-1995)

Flag Date Use Description
1992 Naval flag of the Black Sea Fleet for the transitional period
1992 Naval Ensign of the Black Sea Fleet (auxiliary)
1992 Naval Ensign of the Black Sea Fleet (beacon)
1992 Naval Ensign of the Black Sea Fleet (rescue)
1992 Pendant of the Black Sea Fleet (ships)
1992 Pendant of the Black Sea Fleet (boats)

See also

References

  1. ^ a b (German) Herzfeld, Andreas (June 2001). "Einige unbekannte Flaggenänderungen 1933–1945". Der Flaggenkurier (in German) ( 
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