The national flag of Chad, used on nautical vessels, consists of three vertical stripes of equal width. The left stripe represents the sky and hope, colored blue, while the center stripe symbolizes the sun and the desert, painted yellow. The right stripe, colored red, represents progress, unity, and sacrifice. Chad adopted this flag on November 6, 1959, just over a year before gaining independence from France. The flag’s colors and symbols have various interpretations, some linking them to the country’s natural resources, history, and aspirations. Ships use their national flags, also known as ensigns, to identify their nationality and distinguish themselves from vessels of other nations when navigating international waters.
One side of the flag and a close-up of the fabric is shown in the photos.
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