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List of Cambodian flags

This is a list of Cambodian flags:

National and Royal

National

Flag Description Use Date
Red flag with 2 blue bands above and bottom, with a white Angkor Wat in the center. National Flag, Civil Ensign, Provincial Flag of all Provinces and Municipality flag of Phnom Penh. 1992–present

Royal Standard

Flag Description Use
Dark blue flag, with the Royal Arms of Cambodia in gold. Royal and Personal Standard of the King

Historical and National

Flag Description Adopted Use
A yellow pennant with green fringe. Pre-1864 Kingdom of Cambodia
Similar flag to the present flag, but instead of 2 blue bands above and bottom, it was a dark blue banner and a small red banner inside. 1863– March 1945, October 1945–1948 Colonial Cambodia
Red flag with white-outlined square followed by 4 small full white squares in each angle and another in the center March – October 1945 Japanese occupation of Cambodia
Red flag with 2 blue bands above and bottom, with a white Angkor Wat in the center. 1948–1970, 1993–present Kingdom of Cambodia (1953-1970)
Blue flag with three white stars near a red union canton which consist of the image of the Angkor Wat. 1970–1975 Khmer Republic
Red flag with a yellow Angkor Wat. 1975–1979 Democratic Kampuchea
Red flag with a yellow Angkor Wat. 1979–1989 People's Republic of Kampuchea
Half red and blue flag with a yellow Angkor Wat . 1989–1991 State of Cambodia
United Nations blue flag with a white Map of Cambodia with a Khmer word in the center: Kampuchea. 1992–1993 The UNTAC

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  • National flags and anthems of Cambodia
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