Egypt's flag dates from October 4, 1984. The colors of its flag are traditional Pan Arabic colors. Red symbolizes the period before the 1952 revolution which brought army officers to power after overthrowing King Farouk, the King of Egypt. White represents the revolution which ended the monarchy without bloodshed. Black symbolizes the end of oppression of the Egyptian people at the hands of the Monarchy and British colonialism.
Made in America, Egypt flags are 100% duable nylon designed to withstand sun and wind effects. Finished with canvas heading and solid brass grommets.