Poland adopted this flag in 1919. Red and white have been the national colors of Poland since 1831. They originate from the coats of arms of Poland and Lithuania. Red symbolizes blood spilled in the fight for independence and white stands for peace. The civil version of this flag does not
include the White Eagle of Poland. Poland’s Flag Day has been celebrated on May 2nd since 2004.
This flag is printed on cotton muslin and mounted to a 30 in. natural wood dowel staff. Base not included.