Haiti Flags

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Haiti Flag:
Flag of Haiti

The flag of Haiti was officially adopted on February 25, 1987.

As a former French colony, the blue and red colors are modeled after the French Tricolore. The national coat of arms (shown) depicts a trophy of weapons ready to defend freedom, and a royal palm for independence.

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Haiti Coat of Arms:
Coat of Arms of Haiti

The coat of arms of Haiti shows six draped flags of the country, three on each side, which are located in front of a palm tree and cannons.

In front of the cannons are a drum, a bugle, long guns, and ship anchors. Above the palm tree, there is a Phrygian cap placed as a symbol of freedom.

Just above the ribbon with the motto are two pieces of chain with a broken link symbolizing the broken chain of slavery. On the ribbon is the national motto of Haiti "L'Union Fait La Force" which means "Union Makes Strength".

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Haiti Photographs

Flag of the empire of Haiti

Flag of the Empire of Haiti (1811 - 1820)

Flag of Haiti

Flag of Haiti (1964 - 1986)

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