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The Complete Guide to Flags of the World

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    Available in PDF Format | The Complete Guide to Flags of the World.pdf | English
    Brian Johnson(Author) Clive Carpenter(Consultant Editor)
This is a comprehensive inventory of more than 220 countries and territories' flags. "The Complete Guide to Flags of the World" provides concise, up-to-date coverage of every flag, giving the history, meaning and symbolism of each flag, together with large-scale and smaller locator maps. Based on the highly successful "Pocket Guide to Flags of the World", this book features over 25 new countries, including The Isle of Man, Serbia and Somaliland.Each flag featured includes key data and statistics on population, area, currency, religion and main exports of the country followed by a detailed examination of the flag itself. A final section on de facto and emerging states makes this one of the most detailed guides currently available.

Brian Johnson Barker is a writer, researcher, photographer and editor. His interests include political and military history, travel, numismatics and vexillology. He has written many non-fiction books, magazine articles and television scripts. Clive Carpenter is a writer and editor. He has written over 20 books and numerous articles on subjects such as geography, history and education. Clive has made more than 100 radio broadcasts and television appearances. He lives in West Sussex.

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  • By Sheila Frost on 13 May 2017

    I am quite facinated with world flags and find this book very interesting, not only about each countries flags but also enjoy reading facts from each country.

  • By Darryl Francis on 3 April 2010

    Good up-to-date book. Includes flags not only of countries, but also some states, territories, disputed lands, etc.

  • By Chriscris on 9 November 2010

    Bought this as when we watched the Commonwealth Games we realised most of the flags were unknown to us. Enjoyed looking them up and also the additional information given. Well worth the money.

  • By Rocketcar on 1 August 2012

    The book does what the title says, it details all of the worlds flags (as of 2009 - so includes ommisions like South Sudan) with good size pictures. Along side each picture a breif description of the flag is given along with its meaning and origin. Its not just countries, oversea terretories and regions/ states of countries are also listed.My only criticism is that notation like "this is an overseas British Terretory" is within the description and it would have been nice if that was clarified in the sub header beneath the offical title of the country.That said is a really good introductory book to the worlds flags including non-recognised states such as somaliland.

  • By John P. D. Walker on 14 July 2010

    Excellent book. Arrived in good condition and very quickly. I can thoroughly recommend this product and company.

  • By BR on 13 September 2011

    Bought this for an avid vexillologist who absolutely loved it.The one negative is it isn't over ally detailed. But it has quantity over quality.

  • By pollyparrot on 6 August 2011

    Fantastic book, much better than I expected. My son is mad about countries and flags and loves this book.

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