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Crown Prince's Broad Pennant (Thailand)

Yaowaraj Noi

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[Crown Prince's Broad Pennant (Thailand)] 1:8
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image by Calvin Paige Herring and Eugene Ipavec
Flag adopted 1911

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From the Singha Beer source:

Yaowaraj Noi
This flag is divided into two parts with the left side resembling that of the Yaowaraj Yai, being slightly less than 60 cms wide. The right side, however, consists of a long white pennant that gradually tapers off to a point ending in a land of a dove tail.

This flag, which is flown in place of the Yaowaraj Yai whenever no order for a 21 gun salute has been given, have been in use from B.E. 2453 [1910 AD] down to the present.

Santiago Dotor, 27 Oct 1999