The 'Union Jack' Flag - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:176072723
Upload date:August 08, 2013


'The Union Jack flag, photographed in London, UK. When the first flag was introduced in 1606, it became known simply as ''the British flag'' or ''the flag of Britain''. The word ''jack'' was in use before 1600 to describe the maritime bow flag. By 1627 a small Union Jack was commonly flown in this position. One theory goes that for some years it would have been called just ''the Jack'', or ''Jack flag'', or ''the King's Jack'', but by 1674, while formally referred to as ''His Majesty's Jack'', it was commonly called the Union Jack, and this was officially acknowledged.Related Images:'
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