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Official proportions of 1952 flag:
ratio = 1:2(source: Article 168 of Constitution of Kirghiz SSR, 1978)
blue+white+blue stripes = 1/3 of flag height
white stripe = 1/20 of flag height
image by Željko Heimer, 06 May 2000 |
No hammer, sickle and star on the
Mark Sensen, 25 May 1997
Officially reverse looked like obverse without star and hammer-sickle.
But in fact I never saw these flags without star, hammer-sickle. Real flags
(all 15) usually were either with reverse analogous
to obverse (but with star and hammer-and-sickle near the hoist) or with
reverse = mirrored obverse.
Victor Lomantsov, 30 November 2002
The emblem of the SSR was introduced 23 March 1937
(according to Hesmer [hes92])
by the then
constitution (Art. 115). It was replaced by the
current emblem on 14 January 1994.
M. Schmöger, 16 September 2001
The star is “denser” in this
version of the emblem, taken from an official soviet handbook
publ. 1980 (SSSR — Administrativno-territorialhnoe Delenie Soûznyq
António Martins, 27 November 2002
Before 1948, the coat-of-arms had no star.
Victor Lomantsov, 07 May 2000
Before 1941 the
coat-of-arms had inscriptions in latin
letters ("Qƅrƣƅz S.S.R.")
Victor Lomantsov, 02 December 2002