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[kbe37]

Missing info! (1)
Title: Riksheraldikerämbetets uppgifter under äldre och nuvarande tid
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Johan Kleberg
Language: Swedish
Source title: Meddelanden från Riksheraldikerämbetet [mdd]
Source number (date): VI (= 6) (1937)
Source pages: 5-10

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[kbf97]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [k3f97]

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[kbg89]

Missing info! (3)
Title: Revolutionens symbolspråk i Frankrike och Ryssland
(in English: The language of revolution in France and Russia)
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Lars Kleberg
Secondary author(s): Ronny Ambjörnsson; Sverker R. Ek
Language: Swedish
Source title: Franska revolutionen — bilder och myter
Source number (date): (1989)
Source pages: 89-108
Source edition (publisher: place): Ordfronts Förlag: Stockholm (Sweden)
Remarks: Book section. Demokratiskt bibliotek

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[kbi]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Inge Klebe.

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[kbj]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Joachim Klebe.

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[kbk]

Unused entry: Please refer to author J. P. Kaltenbaeck.

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[kbo97]

Missing info! (3)
Title: Zastava, sveta bodi ti nam vez : društveni prapori na Tržaškem in v Istr pred prvo svetovno vojno
Medium: book
Main author(s): Boris Kuret
Edition (publisher: place): Koper v Trstu; Narodna in študijska knjižnica, Koper; Pokrajinski muzej, v Trstu: Devin (Slovenia)
Languages: Slovene
Edition date: 1997
Pages: 173
Format: 30 cm
Remarks: Col. ill. Listed in [brz00a] as Q62.

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[kbr04]

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Title: The euro and European identity: symbols, power and the politics of European monetary union
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Matthias Kaelberer
Language: English
Source title: Review of International Studies
Source number (date): 30.2 (2004)
Source pages: 161-178

This article assesses the relationship between money, collective identity, and European integration. The recent move of the European Union (EU) toward a common currency — the euro — seems to contradict the conventional «one nation/one money» assumption about the association between states, territory and money creation. However, from a broad macro-historical perspective, the process of European monetary unification is not as exceptional and unique as it is often made out to be. I argue that the relationship between money and collective identity is reciprocal. On the one hand, money is a purposeful political tool in the construction of identities. On the other hand, in order to function properly, money requires some degree of collective identity among its users. Thus, the article examines the role of the euro as part of an explicit project to facilitate the development of a European identity as well as the required level of European identity necessary for a successful functioning of the euro. The key identity aspect at stake in the relationship between money and identity is not an affective relationship between citizens and country, but rather a relationship of trust. During the process of modernisation, trust has become rather abstract and institutionalised. To support a modern relationship of trust, identity does not have to rest on deep affective feelings of belonging. Diffuse identity, based on utilitarian or contractual factors and as part of evolving hybrid identity structures, is sufficient.
edited by Jan Oskar Engene


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[kbs]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Brian Stuart Kesterson.

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[kbs93]

Obsolete entry! Please refer to [k6s93]

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[kca97]

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Title: Siniristilippume
Medium: book
Main author(s): Caius Kajanti
Edition (publisher: place): Helsingissä Kustannusosakeyhtiö Otava: Helsingissä (Finland)
Languages: Finnish
Edition date: 1997
Catalogue codes: ISBN 951-1-13552-X = ISBN 978-951-1-13552-4
Pages: 334
Format: 24 cm
Remarks: Ill. (some col.). Listed in [brz00a] as Q55.

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[kcg91]

Title: Symbols of Tocantins state, Brazil
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Creighton S. Kern
Language: English
Source title: NAVA News [nav]
Source number (date): 1991 May./Jun. (1991.05-06)
Source pages: 3

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[kcg91a]

Title: Belize Defence Force’s flag
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Creighton S. Kern
Language: English
Source title: NAVA News [nav]
Source number (date): 1991 Nov./Dec. (1991.11-12)
Source pages: 6

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[kcg92]

Title: Charlottetown’s new flag
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Creighton S. Kern
Language: English
Source title: NAVA News [nav]
Source number (date): 1992 Jan./Feb. (1992.01-02)
Source pages: 1

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[kcg92a]

Title: Coast Guard ensign of St. Kitts-Nevis
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Creighton S. Kern
Language: English
Source title: NAVA News [nav]
Source number (date): 1992 Jan./Feb. (1992.01-02)
Source pages: 3

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[kch50]

Title: Unter uns Fahnenstickern. Fahnenstickerei und Flaggennäherei
(in English: Among ourselves, banner embroiderers. Banner embroidery and flag sewing)
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Carl Koch
Language: German (High)
Source title: Symbol und Wirtschaft: Zentralorgan aller an der Symbolik Schaffenden [suw]
Source number (date): 1-4 (1950)
Source pages: 50

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[kci05]

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Title: Simboloj de Esperanto-movado tutmonde
(in English: Symbols of the Esperanto Movement worldwide)
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Marian Kostecki
Language: Esperanto
Source title: Pola Esperantisto
Source number (date): 1/2005 (2005)
Source pages: 14-19
Catalogue codes: ISSN:0032-2431
Format: A5 (tall) (210×140 mm)

Quite amateurishly written, but points to some interesting and scarcely known data.
António Martins, Jun 2005


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[kck00]

Title: Прапор міста Миколаєва | Prapor mịsta Mikolaẹva
(in English: Flag of Mykolayiv City)
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Роман Кочкуров | Roman Koĉkurov
Language: Ukrainian
Source title: Знак | Znak [znk]
Source number (date): 21 (2000.05)
Source pages: 8

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[kcL64]

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Title: Die ‘Taktik’ des Flavius Arrianus
(in English: The ’Tactics’ of Flavius Arrianus)
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Franz Kiechle
Language: German (High)
Source title: Bericht der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission
Source number (date): 45 (1964)
Source pages: 87-129
Source edition (publisher: place): Deutsches Archäologisches Institut: Berlin (Germany)

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[kcr26]

Title: Das Zeichenbuch
(in English: The book of signs)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Rudolf Koch
Edition (publisher: place): Verlag von Wilh. Gerstung: Offenbach am Main (Germany)
Language: German (High)
Edition date: 1926 (2nd ed.)
Pages: 104
Format: 235×173 mm

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[kcs]

Unused entry: Please refer to author C. S. Knighton.

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[kcz]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Stefan Krzystof Kuczyński.

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[kdd77]

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Title: Where and Why the American Flag Flies Twenty-four Hours a Day
Medium: book
Main author(s): Bedford O. Kaddy
Edition (publisher: place): Vantage Press: New York (United States)
Language: English
Edition date: 1977
Remarks: One of the 38 further reading items recomended in the “School Projects” section of [u9s03].

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[kdj92]

Missing info! (5)
Title: Konstnären som heraldiker: Einar J.son Kedjas fanor. Armémuseum 17/6 — 4/10 1992
Medium: book
Edition (publisher: place): Armémuseum: Stockholm (Sweden)
Language: Swedish
Edition date: 1992
Catalogue codes: ISBN 91-86478-11-7 = ISBN 978-91-86478-11-7
Pages: 32

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[kdL06]

Missing info! (1)
Title: “A splendid and beautiful Silk Flag”: Restoring and Remembering America’s History Stitch by Stitch
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): Laura K. Kidd
Language: English
Source title: Raven: A Journal of Vexillology [rav]
Source number (date): 13 (2006)

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[kdo]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Donald R. Kennon.

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[kdy03]

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Title: A 51-star U.S. flag
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Gary Kennedy
Language: English
Source title: The College Mathematics Journal
Source number (date): 34.2 (March) (2003)
Source pages: 170-171

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[kec41]

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Title: U.S. Army Colors and Standards of 1808
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Edward C. Kuhn
Language: English
Source title: Military Affairs
Source number (date): 5 (1941)
Source pages: 263-267

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[kee03]

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Title: Heraldry and the medieval gentlewoman
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Maurice Keen
Language: English
Source title: History Today
Source number (date): 53.3 (MAR) (2003)
Source pages: 21-27
Source edition (publisher: place): Univ. Oxford Balliol Coll.: Oxford (United Kingdom)
Catalogue codes: ISI:000181274800029

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[keg41]

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Title: Die siegreichen Fahnen und Standarten der Deutschen Wehrmacht
(in English: The victorious colours and standards of the German Wehrmacht)
Medium: series of numbered collectibles (usu. to be pasted on album with blanks)
Main author(s): Gottfried Klein
Edition (publisher: place): Zentralverlag der NSDAP Franz Eher nachf.: München (Germany)
Language: German (High)
Edition date: 1941
Pages: 21
Remarks: 21 colour postcards showing the colours and standards of the Wehrmacht branches

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[keh]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Gerhard Kehrer.

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[kek89]

Title: The Flag of the United States and State Flags, Seals and Mottoes
Medium: book
Main author(s): Donald R. Kennon; Mary Lee Kerr
Edition (publisher: place): The United States Capitol Historical Society: Washinton (United States)
Language: English
Edition date: 1989 (no edition specified; presumably first)
Pages: 40
Format: 22×14 cm
Weight: 55 g

It actually boasts on the cover: «Each state assigned to a star in the U.S. flag» although, reading between the lines on that, it implies that the authors have done the assigning, rather than them displaying an official correlation between stars and states. Since the book is put out by the US Capitol Historical society, though, they should have known better.
James Dignan, 20 Jul 2004


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[keL95]

Title: Old Fort Niagara flag
Medium: article in a vexillological source
Main author(s): E. Lee Kennedy
Language: English
Source title: NAVA News [nav]
Source number (date): 1995 Mar./Apr. (1995.03-04)
Source pages: 6-7

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[kem]

Unused entry: Please refer to author Martin Kemkes.

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[ken93]

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Title: Signal! A History of Signalling in the Royal Navy
Medium: book
Main author(s): Barrie Kent, R.N., Captain
Edition (publisher: place): Hyden House Ltd: Clanfield, Hamps. (United Kingdom)
Language: English
Edition date: 1993

A very good source.
André Burgers, Jan 2004

Only a small proportion of the book is about flags. Twenty page chapter on British naval flags and at a guess something like 50 pages on Royal Navy visual signalling (not all flags), in a 370 page book on communications, mainly electronic.
David Prothero, 03 Jul 2003


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[kep73]

Missing info! (2)
Title: Vexilla veteranorum
Medium: article in a non-vexillological source
Main author(s): Lawrence J. F. Keppie
Language: English
Source title: Papers of the British School at Rome
Source number (date): 41 (1973)
Source pages: 8-17
Source edition (publisher: place): British School: Roma (Italy)

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[kep98]

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Title: The making of the Roman Army from Republic to Empire
Medium: book
Main author(s): Lawrence J. F. Keppie
Edition (publisher: place): University of Oklahoma Press: Norman (United States)
Language: English
Edition date: 1998 (2nd ed.)
Catalogue codes: ISBN 0-8061-3014-8 = ISBN 978-0-8061-3014-9
Pages: 272

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[ker98]

Title: Emblèmes et symboles des Bretons et des Celtes
(in English: Emblems and symbols of the Bretons and the Celts)
Medium: book
Main author(s): D. Kervella
Edition (publisher: place): Coop Breizh: Spézet (France)
Language: French
Edition date: 1998 (1st ed.)
Pages: 99
Format: 210×105 mm

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[kes97]

Missing info! (3)
Title: Zwischen Patrouille und Parade: Die römische Reiterei am Limes
(in English: Between patrol and parade: the Roman cavalry at the Limes)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Martin Kemkes; Jörg Scheuerbrandt
Edition (publisher: place): Württembergisches Landesmuseum: Stuttgart (Germany)
Language: German (High)
Edition date: 1997
Catalogue codes: ISBN 3-929055-44-9 = ISBN 978-3-929055-44-3
Pages: 120
Remarks: Schriften des Limesmuseums Aalen 51; with some (partly erroneous) information on the Roman flags

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[keyXX]

Missing info! (3)
Title: Deutsches Städtebuch. Handbuch städtischer Geschichte
(in English: German Book of Cities. Handbook on the History of Cities)
Medium: book
Main author(s): Erich Keyser
Secondary author(s): Heinz Stoob (ed. from volume V.1)
Edition (publisher: place): (unknown publisher): Stuttgart (Germany)
Language: German (High)
Edition date: 1939 (1st ed.)
Pages: 6244 (total 11 vol.s)

Remarks: eleven volumes; edited by Erich Keyser.

Includes information (brief description and adoption date) on the coat-of-arms and flag (under paragraphs 12b and 12c) of each city. The content, edition date and pages of each volume are:

  • Volume I, Northeast Germany, 1939, 911 pp.;
  • Volume II, Central Germany, 1941, 762 pp.;
  • Volume III, Northwest Germany:
    • 1. Lower Saxony/Bremen, 1952, 400 pp.;
    • 2. Westphalia, 1954, 396 pp.;
    • 3. Rhineland, 1956, 441 pp.;
  • Volume IV, Southwest Germany:
    • 1. Hesse, 1957, 478 pp.;
    • 2.1 Baden, 1959, 422 pp.;
    • 2.2 Württemberg, 1954, 489 pp.;
    • 3. Rhineland-Palatinate and Saar, 1964, 550 pp.;
  • Volume V, Bavaria:
    • 1. Franconia, 1971, 637 pp.;
    • 2. Southern Bavaria, 1974, 758 pp.;
Santiago Dotor, 10 Apr 2001

Städtebuch is an effort to provide a comprehensive and comparative account of all the cities in Germany. It has a (longish) entry on every city divided into categories such as explanation of the name, account of the history etc etc, and one of the subcategories is on the coat of arms, the colours and the flag of the city.

The first edition was started in the thirties, and finished in 1974; it consists of 11 different volumes, all out of stock. Lately a new edition was begun of which the first two volumes (1. Silesia, 1995, 490 pp; 2. Brandenburg and Berlin, 2000, 646 pp.) have been published (by Kohlhammer).

The bibliographical details are listed on this webpage, where there are also three sample entries available as PDF files.
Stefan Schwoon, 10 Apr 2001


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