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List of Austrian flags

This is a list of flags used in Austria. For more information about the national flag, visit the article Flag of Austria.

National Flag

Flag Date Use Description
National flag and civil ensign The flag of Austria has three equal horizontal bands of red (top), white, and red.
State and war flag and state and naval ensign Three equal horizontal bands of red, white, and red, with the coat of arms surmounted

Standards

Flag Date Use Description
Standard for a Member of the Federal Government or the Federal President used only on army occasions (out of use since 1984)
Standard for a General of the Austrian Armed Forces

States

Flag Date Use Description
Flag of Burgenland
Flag of Carinthia
Flag of Lower Austria
Flag of Salzburg
Flag of Styria
Flag of Tyrol
Flag of Upper Austria
Flag of Vorarlberg
Flag of Vienna

Historical flags

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
1934-1938 State Flag This is the state flag of Austria adopted in 1934 and used until Austria was incorporated into Germany from 1938 to 1945. This flag was used during the regime of the Fatherland's Front single party state.
1815-
Late 19th Century
Standard of the Emperor
Late 19th Century-
1915
Standard of the Emperor
1915-1918 Standard of the Emperor
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