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English: The flag of Germany with a 3:2 ratio, instead of 5:3. The 3:2 version was used by the German Confederation and by the Weimar Republic. See Flags of the World for more information.


1 October 2005


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current22:42, April 22, 2011Thumbnail for version as of 22:42, April 22, 2011900 × 600 (441 B)Dser (Talk | contribs){{Commons}} {{Information |description= '''Deutsch:''' Flagge Deutschlands mit einem Seitenverhältnis von 3:2, anstelle von 5:3. Die 3:2-Version wurde vom Deutschen Bund und der Weimarer Republik verwandt.<br> '''English:''' The flag of Germany with a 3:


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