A Vexi-View Of The New French Regions – Part 2

For the past two years, France has had been dealing with setting up a new system of regions, combining smaller units to former new, greater ones. This decision has been the cause of many controversies. Among the many issues these regions face is the choice of new symbols to represent themselves with. In our last […]

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The Czechoslovak Flag – How did it begin?

On the 11th of November, Europe will be honouring the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI. But this is not the only important WWI centenary this year. In fact, several countries have already celebrated their own 100th anniversary, having declared independence before the the armistice was signed on the 11th hour of the 11th […]

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A Vexi-View of the New French Regions – Part 1

In 2016 the French government implemented a new internal administration system for the country. Formerly divided into twenty-two metropolitan regions, after a long period of discussion and bargaining, France lowered that number to just thirteen. Seven of these new regions were formed by merging sixteen former regions into greater wholes while six regions remained unchanged.  […]

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Roman Mars and the start of the US Flag Revolution

In the past several years, the United States has seen a large-scale surge in the public’s interest in municipal and state flags and their quality, or rather lack thereof. As Roman Mars says, “there is a scourge of bad flags and they must be stopped”. Mars made this statement during his 2015 TED talk titled “Why […]

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