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J. G. Fuentes [fue75]
shows the official Peruvian flags 1820-22,
1822-25 (both national and military flags),
1825-present, and five Peruvian proposals 1825.
Dave Martucci, 19 Mar 2000
When started the Peruvian Constituent Asembly in 1825, a
new national flag was proposed. Five
projects were presentated, but Bolivar rejected all them.
Only a minor change was made: the red
sun in the center was changed to national
arms. In 1838 General Santa Cruz created the
Peruvian-Bolivian Confederation, in which
Peru entered as two entities: North Peru (under the
flag of 1825),
and South Peru (with a new flag). In
1839, General Santa Cruz was overthrown and the flag of 1825 was
re-established for the whole country.
Jaume Ollé, 26 Jul 1996
Esteban Rivera, 24 April 2010