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Crimea - 1992 Proposals (Ukraine)

Autonomous Republic of the Krym

Last modified: 2011-04-01 by andrew weeks
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Many designs were used by the Crimean Russian nationalist in the years 1989-1992. One of the most used (togheter with russian colors in several arrangements) was the white flag with blue map that was the Rejected Proposal that was rejected by parliament in 25 Febuary 1992. The most wanted proposal (most wanted by the Parliament,  I believe) was a flag horizontal divised in two parts: below was white and above with the seven rainbow colors (R-O-Y-V-light B- dark B-P).On 6 May 1992, the Parliament declared independence but no official flag was adopted at the date. On 5 June 1992 five
proposals were submited to the Parliament:
Proposal No. 1 - Same flag as the current one but with lower narrow stripe in blue instead of red.
Proposal No. 2 - Flag described before (rainbow and white).
Proposal No. 3 - White over light Blue.
Proposal No. 4 - Y-V-B horizontal with a red vertical stripe (same size as the vertical ones) at the hoist.
Proposal No. 5 - The current design with the arms in center (not the variant of the Jefesov project, adopted 25 Febuary 1992 but with new arms).
This last flag, proposed by V. Trusov and A. Mal'gin was the prefered one. The arms from G. Jefetov and V. Jagunov was recomended. Supreme Soviet charged to 4 artists and G. Golubjatnikov made the final design of the state symbols. Final designs were submited in the second sesion of the Supreme Soviet at the first day of its sessiones (24-9-92) and was adopted with a important variation: the arms adopted (a gules varegian-type shield with griffin of argent betwen two columns and with a conch with a blue pearl in the hand) isn't shown on the flag. Above arms has a ribbon with the inscription: Prosperity within unity.
I believe that source is a translation from Czech magazime "Vexilologie" [vex].
Jaume Olle, 6 January 2001

The authors of the article in czech "Vexilologie" are A. Basov, I. Kurkov and O. Tarnovsky.
Victor Lomantsov, 7 January 2001


Proposal No. 1


image by Jaume Olle', 6 January 2001

Proposal number one submitted to the Parliament.
Jaume Olle', 6 January 2001

I have not found it in "Vexilologie"...
Victor Lomantsov, 7 January 2001


Proposal No. 2


image by Jaume Olle'

Proposal number two submitted to the Parliament.
Jaume Olle', 6 January 2001


Proposal No. 3


image by Jaume Olle', 6 January 2001

Proposal number three submitted to the Parliament.
Jaume Olle', 6 January 2001


Proposal No. 4


image by Jaume Olle', 6 January 2001

Proposal number four submitted to the Parliament.
Jaume Olle', 6 January 2001


Proposal No. 5

Proposal number five is the currunt flag of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.
Jaume Olle', 6 January 2001


Rejected Proposal


image by Jaume Olle', 6 January 2001

Rejected proposal by the Parliament, February 1992 (proposal no. 2 was prefered).
Jaume Olle', 6 January 2001

The white flag with blue map of Crimea must have two blue laurel branches.
Victor Lomantsov, 7 January 2001


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