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Hello all, my uncle got me this flag today. It's Large as my rooms door. It's very soft - are they made of silk? 

 

I never saw a Soviet Flag with a blue stripe - what is it? 

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12 hours ago, chechaco1 said:

the flag of the RSFSR, millions of copies, were everywhere and everywhere.

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Thank you so much. Yes I know that they are very common. But I like this flag anyway. It's my first "older / original" Soviet Flag 😊

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The Republican flag in the RSFSR was not popular, we felt like the whole country. In all the republics, I don't know how, but the Ukrainians distinguished their flag with a blue stripe at the bottom. And so they were handed out to people at demonstrations and after it they did not know where to quickly hand it all over to go with friends to drink vodka or beer under kebabs )

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10 hours ago, chechaco1 said:

The Republican flag in the RSFSR was not popular, we felt like the whole country. In all the republics, I don't know how, but the Ukrainians distinguished their flag with a blue stripe at the bottom. And so they were handed out to people at demonstrations and after it they did not know where to quickly hand it all over to go with friends to drink vodka or beer under kebabs )

Haha, now I understand. That's why I maybe never saw this flag before. On family photos I just saw the "normal" flag 

 

Я люблю есть шашлык 😍😁👍

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