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Flag of Ain-Sefra, reverse and obverse - Images by Jaume Ollé, 14 December 2001
Ain-Sefra was the capital of a military district, and a flag used there was reported by Lucien Philippe. This was the vehicle flag, or rather pennant, of General Laperrine. It was swallow-tailed and, with inscriptions, was different on its obverse and reverse. The reverse contained the characteristic symbol of Algeria (crescent moon and star) on the center, and cannons, trumpet, hand of Fatima, and bomb on the sides.
Jaume Ollé, translated by Joe McMillan, 14 December 2001