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Flag Log's World Flag Chart 1968

United Nations
Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Argentina (state)
Argentina (civil)
Australia
Austria (civil)
Austria (state)
Barbados
Belgium
Bhutan
Bolivia (state)
Bolivia (civil)
Botswana
Brazil
Bulgaria
Burma
Burundi
Cambodia
Cameroon
Canada
Central African Republic
Ceylon
Chad
Chile
China
Colombia
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Republic of the Congo
Costa Rica (civil)
Costa Rica (state)
Cuba
Cyprus
Czechoslovakia
Dahomey
Denmark (civil)
Denmark (state)
Dominican Republic
Ecuador (state)
Ecuador (civil)
El Salvador
El Salvador
Equatorial Guinea
Ethiopia (state)
Ethiopia (civil)
Finland (civil)
Finland (state)
France
Gabon
The Gambia
East Germany
West Germany (civil)
West Germany (state)
Ghana
Greece (land)
Greece (sea)
Guatemala (state)
Guatemala (civil)
Guinea
Guyana
Haiti (state)
Haiti (civil)
Honduras
Hungary
Iceland (civil)
Iceland (state)
India
Indonesia
Iran (state)
Iran (civil)
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Ivory Coast
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Kenya
North Korea
South Korea
Kuwait
Laos
Lebanon
Lesotho
Liberia
Libya
Liechtenstein
Luxembourg
Malagasy Republic
Malawi
Malaysia
Maldive Islands
Mali
Malta
Mauritania
Mauritius
Mexico
Monaco (civil)
Monaco (state)
Mongolia
Morocco
Muscat and Oman
Nauru
Nepal
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Niger
Nigeria
Norway (civil)
Norway (state)
Pakistan
Panama
Paraguay (front)
Paraguay (back)
Peru (civil)
Peru (state)
Philippines
Poland (civil)
Poland (state)
Portugal
Romania
Rwanda
San Marino (state)
San Marino (civil)
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Somalia
South Africa
Soviet Union
Spain (state)
Spain (civil)
Sudan
Swaziland
Sweden
Switzerland
Syria
Taiwan
Tanzania
Thailand
Togo
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Uganda
United Arab Republic
United Kingdom
United States
Upper Volta
Uruguay
Vatican City
Venezuela (civil)
Venezuela (state)
North Vietnam
South Vietnam
Western Samoa
North Yemen
South Yemen
Yugoslavia
Zambia

Other Peoples and Places

Abu Dhabi
Ajman
Åland
American Samoa
Andorra
Angola (FNLA)
Angola (MPLA)
Angola (UNITA)
Anguilla
Antigua
Assyria
Bahrain
Basque Country
British Honduras
Brittany
Brunei
Canary Islands
Catalonia
Cherokee
Comoros
Dominica
Dubai
East Turkestan
England
Eritrea
Estonia
Faroe Islands
French Guiana
Fujairah
Gibraltar
Grenada
Guam
Guernsey
Guinea and Cape Verde
Hawaii
Isle of Man
Jersey
Karen
Kurdistan
Lakota
Latvia
Lithuania
Martinique (nationalist)
Martinique (traditional)
Micronesia
Mozambique
Namibia
Navajo
Netherlands Antilles
Palestine
Papua and New Guinea
Puerto Rico
Qatar
Quebec
Ras al-Khaimah
Romani
Saint Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla
Saint Lucia
Scotland
Shan
Sharjah
Sikkim
Suriname
Tibet
Tonga
U.S. Virgin Islands
Umm al-Quwain
Wales
Wallis and Futuna
Zimbabwe (ZANU)
Zimbabwe (ZAPU)

Events of 1968

January 31: Nauru gained independence from an Australian-administered Trusteeship. The flag depicted the island's location just below the Equator.
March 12: Mauritius became independent from the United Kingdom.
April 10: The Assyrian Universal Alliance adopted a new Assyrian flag depicting the ancient god Assur and three wavy stripes representing the Tigris, Euphrates, and Great Zab rivers.
May 21: The Navajo Nation adopted a flag designed by a local student. The central emblem showed four sacred mountains encircling a map of the nation, all beneath a rainbow.
May 28: Brazil added a 23rd star (representing Acre) to its flag.
Sometime in May: Writer Guy Cabort-Masson designed a flag for Martinique.
June 12: South-West Africa was renamed Namibia by the United Nations.
July 9: The Isle of Man adopted a new flag with the triskelion facing the opposite direction.
September 6: Swaziland became independent from the United Kingdom.
September 7: The Cherokee Peace Flag was raised at the Cherokee National Holiday celebration in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. The flag is said to be based on a banner carried during the Trail of Tears.
September 16: Mexico adopted a new coat of arms and changed the ratio of its flag from 2:3 to 4:7.
October 12: Equatorial Guinea became independent from Spain.
November 11: The illegal minority-rule Rhodesian government adopted a new flag. Though it was only in use for around a decade, it remains a favoured symbol of white supremacists to this day.