Shanghai and eastern parts of northern China until 1928. This flag was widely flown even before the founding of the Republic of China by Chinese on the eastern coast and garnered the greatest respect at the founding of the ROC. Stripes represent the five great races in China's history, according to Dr. Sun Yat-sen: red for Han Chinese, yellow to represent Manchus, blue as Mongols, white for both Huis and Uyghurs, and black for Tibetans. Used mainly in
|On the back of thr bomb you can see the flag|
of the Wuchang uprising - army flag of the Republic of China.
The flag of the Wuchang uprising of October 10, 1911,
subsequently used as the flag of the army of the
Republic of China, ca. 1913–28.
|The Iron blood 18-star flag of|
the Wuchang Uprising