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#221068 - 09/15/08 01:56 PM Re: Mildly (but innocently) political pop quiz [Re: jakewash]
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Wow. Why didn't I notice that?
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#221069 - 09/15/08 01:59 PM Re: Mildly (but innocently) political pop quiz [Re: Ken.C]
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They had quite a few pints BEFORE the "oak" leaf landed...
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#221128 - 09/15/08 05:26 PM Re: Mildly (but innocently) political pop quiz [Re: EFalardeau]
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Good Lord, am I going to have to do this for every darn country's flag now?

From The National Flag of Canada...

'The maple leaf

Well before the coming of the first European settlers, Canada's aboriginal peoples had discovered the food properties of maple sap, which they gathered every spring. According to many historians, the maple leaf began to serve as a Canadian symbol as early as 1700.

Following are some examples of how the maple leaf grew in public consciousness as a symbol of our country until it finally became official on February 15, 1965, as an integral component of the national flag of Canada.

In 1834, Ludger Duvernay is reported to have proposed the maple leaf as an emblem of Canada when the Société Saint-Jean-Baptiste was founded on June 24 of that year.

In 1836, Le Canadien, a newspaper published in Lower Canada, referred to it as a suitable emblem for Canada.

In August 1860, at a public meeting held in Toronto, the maple leaf was adopted as the national emblem of Canada for use in the decorations for the Prince of Wales' visit.

In 1867, Alexander Muir, a Toronto schoolmaster and poet, composed the song The Maple Leaf Forever.

In 1914, many Canadian soldiers wore the maple leaf on their military badges, and it was the dominant symbol used by many Canadian regiments serving in World War I.

In 1939, at the beginning of World War II, numerous Canadian troops once again used the maple leaf as a distinctive emblem, displaying it on regimental badges and Canadian army and naval equipment.



Red and white: Canada's national colours

History records that in the first crusade, Bohemund I, a Norman lord, had red crosses cut from his mantles and distributed to the 10,000 crusaders, who then wore them as a distinctive badge on their garments.

In subsequent crusades, each nation was distinguished by a cross of a different colour. France long had a red cross on its banners while England used a white cross. Time and again in history, red and white are found as the colours of France or of England.

Red and white were approved as Canada's official colours in the proclamation of the royal arms of Canada in 1921 by King George V.

In 1957, the colour of the maple leaves on the shield of the Royal Arms of Canada was changed from green on a white ground to red on a white ground in recognition of Canada's official colours.'





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#221131 - 09/15/08 05:43 PM Re: Mildly (but innocently) political pop quiz [Re: RickF]
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Keep going Rick, this makes for some good reading. What's next?
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#221136 - 09/15/08 06:04 PM Re: Mildly (but innocently) political pop quiz [Re: jakewash]
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Heineken!

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#221141 - 09/15/08 06:33 PM Re: Mildly (but innocently) political pop quiz [Re: RickF]
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So the history of the german flag, should be good.
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#221152 - 09/15/08 08:34 PM Re: Mildly (but innocently) political pop quiz [Re: jakewash]
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 Originally Posted By: jakewash
So the history of the german flag, should be good.


Heineken is from Dutch land, not Deutschland... Just "sharing the good."

John


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#221207 - 09/16/08 08:50 AM Re: Mildly (but innocently) political pop quiz [Re: ihifi]
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Hah hah, OMG, I can't believe I said "Oak". Even this flag is too complicated for me.

In my defense, I planted 9 new Red Oak trees on my property on Sunday so it was probably just stuck in my brain. From our experimentation, they seem to be one of the few hardwood trees along with Red and Green Ash that seem to handle the salt spray OK.
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