All Nordic flags may be flown as gonfalons as well.
Nordic flag designs very similar to Denmark's, Sweden's, and Norway's national flags were proposed as Germany's national flags in both 19, after World War I and World War II, respectively.
(Source: Jacob Thage, Danish Jewellery, 1990) Just Andersen died in 1943, but his workshop continued under the management of his widow and Ellen Schlanbusch (1902-2005) who worked for the company for a total of 50 years, and who became artistic director.
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