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Jack of the Royal East Africa Navy
Jack of the Royal East Africa Navy, worn by HMEAS 'Mvita' 1956. The flag is made of wool and synthetic fibre bunting with a cotton hoist, machine sewn and with the design of the badge printed. Stencilled on the hoist: '1958 4 x 2' and the maker's name. A rope and two Inglefield clips are attached. Design: blue field with a Union Flag in the canton. A circular badge in fly, surrounded by a cable knotted at the bottom and surmounted by a crown. In the four quarters of the badge - a red rampant lion representing Kenya, a crane for Uganda, a giraffe's head for Tanganyika and a dhow and crown for Zanzibar.
Original size: 635 mm x 1321 mm
- Image reference: L0104
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London