Last modified: 2014-06-29 by klaus-michael schneider
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The flag of the
Coz Oeste seems almost like a defaced Norwegian
Francisco Santos, 24 Mar 2003
I think this is a standard design for the flags of portuguese boy
scouts. I’ve seen something very similar in a parade in the Algarve,
of some local group.
Jorge Candeias, 24 Mar 2003
I’m sure it is — from the top of my head, not only all Lisbon boy scout group flags I ever seen, but also in Moscavide (Loures) and Vizela. Note though that this applies only to the catholic scouts (Corpo Nacional de Escutas); I’m almost sure that the other sorts (Associação dos Escoteiros de Portugal, plus Girl Guides and soviet-style Young Pioneers) use quite different flags.
The portuguese catholic boy scout emblem consists on a golden fleur de lis on which is placed a Christ Knight’s cross, all above a golden scroll with the motto "Alerta!".
António Martins, 25 Mar 2003
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