Banner o Mexico

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The Banner o Mexico (Spainyie: Bandera de México) is a vertical tricolor o green, white, an red wi the naitional coat o airms chairged in the center o the white stripe. While the meanin of the colors haes chynged ower time, these three colors wur adoptit bi Mexico follaein independence frae Spain durin the kintra's War o Independence, an subsequent First Mexican Empire. The current banner wis adoptit in 1968, but the oweraw design haes been uised since 1821, when the First Naitional Banner wis creatit. The current law o naitional seembols, Law on the Naitional Airms, Banner, an Anthem, that governs the uise o the naitional banner haes been in place since 1984.

Red, white, an green are the colors o the naitional liberation airmy in Mexico. The central emblem is the Aztec pictogram for Tenochtitlan (nou Mexico Ceety), the center o their empire. It recaws the legend that inspired the Aztecs tae settle on wha wis oreeginally a lake-island. The form o the coat o airms wis maist recently revised in 1968. A ribbon in the naitional colors is at the bottom o the coat o airms. Throughoot history, the flag haes chynged fower times, as the design o the coat o airms an the length-width ratios o the banner hae been modified. Housomeivver, the coat o airms haes haed the same features throughoot: an eagle, hauldin a serpent in its talon, is percht on top o a prickly pear cactus; the cactus is situatit on a rock that rises abuin a lake. The coat o airms is derived frae an Aztec legend that their gods tauld them tae build a ceety whaur they spot an eagle on a nopal eatin a serpent, which is nou Mexico Ceety. The current naitional banner, the Fowert Naitional Banner, is an aa uised as the Mexican naval ensign bi ships registered in Mexico.

Chronology[eedit | eedit soorce]

Virgin o Guadalupe Standard.
Template:Legend3 National Banner (registered) - Template:Legend3 National Banner (unregistered)
Mexico Non-Independent
Northren Americae - New Spain - Mexican Americae
América Septentrional - Nueva España - América Mexicana
1535 — 1821
 Adoptit date
Related organization
 Promulgatit  Banner  Description
17 Aprile 1535
Monarchy
17 Aprile 1535 – 25 November 1550
Antonio de Mendoza
Viceroy

29 Aprile 1783 - 3 November 1784
Matías de Gálvez y Gallardo
Viceroy

Flag of Cross of Burgundy.svg Viceroy o New Spain
1785 - 1821
Monarchy
Bernardo de Gálvez y Madrid
Viceroy

21 Julie 1821 - 28 September 1821
Juan O'Donojú y O'Rian
Viceroy

Flag of Spain (1785-1873 and 1875-1931).svg Viceroy o New Spain
Mexico Independent
Mexican Naition - Mexican Empire - Mexican Republic - Unitit Mexican States
Nación Mexicana - Imperio Mexicano - República Mexicana - Estados Unidos Mexicanos
1821 — 2014
 Adopted date
Related organization
 Promulgatit  Banner  Description
24 Februar 1821
Sovereign Provisional Junta
Agustín Iturbide
Royalist
Vicente Ramón Guerrero
Insurgent
Flag of the Three Guarantees.svg Banner o the Three Guarantees
Designed bi
José Magdaleno Ocampo
24 August 1821
Sovereign Provisional Junta
Agustin Iturbide
Regency's Preses
First flag of the Mexican Empire.svg Banner o the Iturbide's Regency
Designed bi
Agustin Iturbide
2 November 1821
Constitutional Congress
Agustín Iturbide I o Mexico
Emperor
José Manuel de Herrera
First Meenister
Flag of Mexico (1821-1823).svg Banner o the First Mexican Empire
Designed bi
Agustin Iturbide
Template:Legend3 Independence - Template:Legend3 Releegion - Template:Legend3 Union
14 Aprile 1823
Constitutional Congress
10 October 1824 – 1 Aprile 1829
Guadalupe Victoria
President

21 Januar 1858 - 28 December 1862
Félix María Zuloaga
Preses
Flag of Mexico (1823-1864, 1867-1893).svg Banner o the Mexican Republic
Designed bi
Constitutional Congress
Government Executive
10 October 1824 - 15 Mey 1867
Reform War
21 Januar 1858 - 28 December 1862
Regency o the Seicont Mexican Empire
11 Julie 1863 - 18 November 1863
15 Julie 1864
Constitutional Congress
Maximilian I o Mexico
Emperor
Juan Nepomuceno Almonte
First Meenister
Flag of Mexico (1864-1867).svg Banner o the Seicont Mexican Empire
Designed bi
Ferdinand Maximilian
Template:Legend3 Hope - Template:Legend3 Purity - Template:Legend3 Releegion
19 June 1867
Government Executive
Benito Pablo Juárez García
Preses
Flag of Mexico (1823-1864, 1867-1893).svg Readoptit
Banner o the Mexican Republic
Designed bi
Constitutional Congress
1 Aprile 1893
Government Executive
José de la Cruz Porfirio Díaz
Preses
Flag of Mexico (1893-1916).svg Banner o the Mexican Republic
Designed bi
Tomas de la Peña
20 September 1916
Government Executive
Venustiano Carranza Garza
Preses
Flag of Mexico (1916-1934).svg Banner o the Unitit Mexican States
Designed bi
Antonio Gómez
5 Februar 1934
Government Executive
Abelardo Rodríguez Luján
Preses
Flag of Mexico (1934-1968).svg Banner o the Unitit Mexican States
Designed bi
Jorge Enciso
16 September 1968
Government Executive
Gustavo Díaz Ordaz
Preses
Flag of Mexico.svg Banner o the Unitit Mexican States
Designed bi
Francisco Eppens Helguera
Template:Legend3 Hope - Template:Legend3 Union - Template:Legend3 Blood o Heroes

Ithers[eedit | eedit soorce]

Ither banners wur flown as Mexican banners, either designed tae intimidate the enemy or tae act as identification. These banners wur considered athoot subsequent formal documentation as naitional banner an temporally situatit; Banner o Francisco I. Madero (9 Februar 1913), Banner o Doliente Hidalgo (2 Januar 1812), Banner o José María Morelos y Pavón, Banner o Francisco Villa, Banner o Siera Battalion, Banner o Jalisco Battalion, Libres de Puebla Battalion, Artillería Mina Battalion, Oaxaca Battalion, Toluca Battalion, Banner o Chihuahua Battalion, Banner o Durango Battalion, Banner o San Lorenzo Battalion, Banner o Lanceros Battalion, Banner o San Luis Potosí Battalion, Banner o Aguascalientes Battalion, Banner o Galeana Battalion (22 Mey 1864), Banner o San Blas Battalion (24 September 1846), Banner o Tres Villas Battalion, Banner o Milicias Battalion, Banner o Remixto Battalion, Banner o Quautla Battalion, Banner o 201 Squadron, Etc.[1]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. SEDENA, Libro de banderas históricas