Flags of Yugoslavia

Kingdom era flag, prop. 2:3
Kingdom era flag, prop. 2:3
State flag and ensign Kingdom era , prop. 2:3
State flag and ensign Kingdom era , prop. 2:3
Flag of Democratic Federal Yugoslavia, 1942-1945, prop. 1:2
Flag of Democratic Federal Yugoslavia, 1942-1945, prop. 1:2
Civil Ensign of Democratic Federal Yugoslavia, 1945-1946, prop. 1:2
Civil Ensign of Democratic Federal Yugoslavia, 1945-1946, prop. 1:2
Socialist era flag, prop. 1:2
Socialist era flag, prop. 1:2
Civil ensign of SFRY, prop. 2:3
Civil ensign of SFRY, prop. 2:3

Flags of the Banate of Croatia (1939-1943)Edit

Flags of the Yugoslav Socialist RepublicsEdit

 
SR Bosnia and Herzegovina
 
SR Croatia
 
SR Macedonia
 
SR Montenegro
 
SR Serbia
 
SR Slovenia

SFR Yugoslav Ethnic Minority FlagsEdit

 
Albanian Minority
 
Bulgarian Minority
 
Czech Minority
 
German Minority
 
Hungarian Minority
 
Italian Minority
 
Polish Minority
 
Romanian Minority
 
Russian and Slovak Minorities
 
Ruthenian and Ukrainian Minorities
 
Turkish Minority

Naval Ensigns of YugoslaviaEdit

 
Naval Ensign of the Principality and Kingdom of Montenegro (1881-1918). Used as a civil and naval ensign in the Montenegrin Litorall during 1918/1919.
 
Ceremony Naval Ensign of the Principality and Kingdom of Montenegro (1881-1918). Ceremony Naval ensign used as in the Montenegrin Litorall during 1918/1919.
 
Naval Ensign of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in 1919/1920
 
Naval Ensign of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (latter Kingdom of Yugoslavia from 1929) 1922-1941
 
Similar flags used as a naval ensign (naval jack) in 1942
 
Military Flag of the National Liberation Army and Partisan Units of Yugoslavia in 1942.
 
Naval Ensign of the National Liberation Navy and Partisan Units of Yugoslavia in 1942.
 
Naval Ensign of the SFR Yugoslav Navy (used up to 1991.)
 
Yugoslav Border Ensign of the SFR Yugoslav Navy (used up to 1991.)

Naval Jack of YugoslaviaEdit

 
Naval Jack of the of SFR Yugoslavian Navy (1956 - 1963).
 
Naval Jack of the of SFR Yugoslavian Navy (1963 - 1991).