You may be aware that all 50 states of the USA have their own state flag in addition to "stars and stripes", but did you know that English counties also have flags? Certain flags such as those for Northumberland or Essex are the flags of the ancient kingdoms prior to their incorporation into England. Other flags are more modern inventions including the flag of Devon which was designed on a computer.
So why do so few people know about English county flags? The simple answer is because of lack of media coverage in a country run by a government who wants to replace county councils by huge faceless regional assemblies as part of an EU project of destroying England as a nation.
As part of the ongoing battle against regional assemblies, Dissident Congress aims to promote the flags of England's traditional counties. Displaying your county's flag shows that you support the continuation of county councils and the opposition of regional assemblies. Click on the name of a county in the table below to view its flag.
|Hertfordshire||Huntingdonshire||Isle of Wight||Isles of Scilly|
|Surrey||Warwickshire||West Midlands||West Sussex|
A white rose on a blue background is regarded as the official flag of Yorkshire. The white rose was the emblem of the Duchy of York during the Wars of the Roses. Notice the position of the points on the rose form a Y which shows that the flag is the right way up. Many Yorkshire residents proudly wear a white rose on the 1st of August, which is Yorkshire Day.