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What do the colours of the national flag of Trinidad and Tobago represent?

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The national flag of the Republic of Trinidad and TobagoThe national flag of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is predominantly red with a black strip with a white-edged black diagonal band from the upper hoist side to the lower fly side. The national flag was designed by the Independence Committee and selected to be used as the National Flag in 1962. Red is the colour most expressive of our country, it represents the vitality of the land and its people, it is the warmth and energy of the sun, the courage and friendliness of the people. White is the sea by which these lands are bound; the cradle of our heritage; the purity of our aspirations and the equality of all men under the sun. The Black represents for us the dedication of the people joined together by one strong bond. It is the colour of strength, of unity, of purpose and of the wealth of the land. The colours chosen represent the elements Earth, Water and Fire which encompass our past, present and future and inspire us as ...
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The national flag of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is predominantly red with a black strip with a white-edged black diagonal band from the upper hoist side to the lower fly side. The national flag was designed by the Independence Committee and selected to be used as the National Flag in 1962. Red is the colour most expressive of our country, it represents the vitality of the land and its people, it is the warmth and energy of the sun, the courage and friendliness of the people. White is the sea by which these lands are bound; the cradle of our heritage; the purity of our aspirations and the equality of all men under the sun. The Black represents for us the dedication of the people joined together by one strong bond. It is the colour of strength, of unity, of purpose and of the wealth of the land. The colours chosen represent the elements Earth, Water and Fire which encompass our past, present and future and inspire us as one united, vital, free and dedicated people. The ... more
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