The national flag of Lebanon was adopted on December 7, 1943.
The red bands on top and bottom symbolize the pure blood shed in the fight for freedom, the white for peace and the mountain snow, and the green cedar is symbolic of immortality and steadiness.
Lebanon Coat of Arms:
Lebanon's coat of arms is composed of a shield depicting the national flag.
Lebanese flag after the fall of the Ottoman Empire
Lebanese flag during French mandate (1918–1943)
Phoenician flag (3000 BC – 200 AD)