The flag carried by all regular forces of Lichtengrein are those of the Prince - the prince's colors. These were the same colors carried by the first ruler of Lichtengrein Baron Rupert, on the first holy crusade in 1095.
Since that time, all soldiery of Lichtengrein has carried this standard. The three rings of the shield signify the strength and interlocking relationship of the mountains, woods and great Danube river - collectively being the cornerstone foundations of the principality.
Prince's colors - The flag itself carries the knight motif as its central theme. This signifies the family tradition of service to the pope's of Europe - though in recent times more tolerant rulers have allowed protestant based religions to co exist in the principality because of the multi national nature of the army, now draw on the martial aspects of the knightly brotherhood to unit forces under the prince's banner.
Milita's colors - the colors of all militia or citizenry based forces of Lichtengrein carry the same layout as those of the regular army. The only change is the shield colors are reversed. This change in color places the majority of the shield as the color yellow, signifying Lichtengrein's predominately catholic based populace.
In addition to the principality's colors, individual militia standards are also carried. They come in a variety of styles dependent upon the local inhaber and/or region from which the unit is raised. A selection of flags are as follows, though many other variations exist.
Line infantry colors - The line infantry regiments carry a formalised style of colors in addition to the Prince's colors shown above. Each battalion is assigned a number in sequence, the 1st beign the senior unit. Each standard is adorned with the principality's motif - "Fur Gott und Furst" - For God and Prince.
Freikorps colors - The freikorps forces of Lichtengrein have their own distinctive colors.
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