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    • Clothes in politics

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    • Political flags

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    • Hammer and sickle

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    • Liberty symbols

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    • Political symbolism

    • Political symbolism is symbolism that is used to represent a political standpoint. The symbolism can occur in various media including banners, acronyms, pictures, flags, mottos, and countless more. For example, Red flags have traditionally been flown by socialists, left-wing radicals, and communist groups to represent ... Read »


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    • Bulawa

    • The bulawa or bulava (Polish spelling: buława; Ukraine, булава [bula'va]) is a ceremonial mace or baton. Historically the buława was an attribute of a Hetman, an officer of the highest military rank (after the monarch) in 15th- to 18th-century Kingdom of Poland and the Polish-Lithuanian Com ... Read »


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    • Political colour

    • Political colours are colours used to represent a political party, either officially or unofficially. Parties in different countries with similar ideologies sometimes use similar colours. For example, the colour red symbolises left-wing ideologies in many countries (cf. Red Flag, Red Army, Red Scare). However, the poli ... Read »


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    • Doomsday Clock

    • The Doomsday Clock is a symbol that represents a countdown to possible global catastrophe. It has been maintained since 1947 by the members of The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists' Science and Security Board, who are in turn advised by the Governing Board and the Board of Sponsors, including 18 Nobel laureates. Origi ... Read »


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    • Fasces

    • Fasces (/ˈfæsiːz/, (Italian: Fasci, Latin pronunciation: [ˈfa.skeːs], a plurale tantum, from the Latin word , meaning "bundle") is a bound bundle of wooden rods, sometimes including an axe with its blade emerging. The fasces had its origin in the Etruscan civilization, and was passed on to ancient Rom ... Read »


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    • Hammer and pick

    • The hammer and pick, rarely referred to as hammer and chisel, is a symbol of mining, often used in heraldry. It can indicate mining, mines (especially on maps or in cartography), or miners, and is also borne as a charge in the coats of arms of mining towns. The symbol represents the traditional tools of the miner, a h ... Read »


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    • Mace of the Philippine Senate

    • The Mace of the Philippine Senate is used as the symbol of authority in the Senate of the Philippines. It represents the authority of the President of the Senate and also the authority of the Sergeant-at-Arms when enforcing order in the institution. It is considered a significant part of the Senate's regalia and is a ... Read »


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    • Mace of the United States House of Representatives

    • The Mace of the United States House of Representatives is one of the oldest symbols of the United States government. In one of its first resolutions, the U.S. House of Representatives of the 1st Federal Congress (April 14, 1789) established the Office of the Sergeant at Arms. The first Speaker of the House, Freder ... Read »


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    • Merkel-Raute

    • The Merkel-Raute (German for "Merkel's rhombus") is what has been termed Merkel diamond or "Triangle of Power" by English-speaking media, a hand gesture made by resting one's hands in front of the stomach so that the fingertips meet, with the thumbs and index fingers forming a rough quadrangular shape. This signature g ... Read »


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    • Nail Men

    • Nail Men or Men of Nails (German: Nagelmänner) were a form of propaganda and fundraising for members of the armed forces and their dependents in the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the German Empire in World War I. They consisted of wooden statues (usually of knights in armour) into which nails were driven, either iron ... Read »


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    • List of political party symbols

    • This is a partial list of symbols and labels used by political parties and groups around the world. Some symbols are associated with a worldwide ideology or movement, and used by many different parties that support that ideology. Other are country-specific. ... Read »


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    • Rabia sign

    • Rabaa or Rabbi'ah sign (/ˈrɑːbiə, ˈræ-/; sometimes stylized as R4BIA), Rabaa (/ˈrɑːbɑː, ˈræ-/) or, less commonly, Rab3a, is a hand gesture and a sign that first appeared in late August 2013 in social media and protest marches in Egypt. It is used by the Muslim Brotherhood and its ... Read »


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    • Raised fist

    • The raised fist, or the clenched fist, is a symbol of solidarity and support. It is also used as a salute to express unity, strength, defiance, or resistance. The salute dates back to ancient Assyria as a symbol of resistance in the face of violence. Assyrian depictions of the goddess Ishtar show her raising a cle ... Read »


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    • Ribbon of Saint George

    • Ribbon of Saint George

      The ribbon of Saint George (also known as Saint George's ribbon and the Georgian ribbon; Russian: Георгиевская лента, Georgiyevskaya lenta) is a widely recognized military symbol in Russia. The ribbon consists of a black and orange bicolour pattern, with three black an ... Read »


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    • Rosette (politics)

    • In politics, a rosette is a coloured fabric decoration worn by political candidates to identify them in many countries. The rosette, worn on the chest or suit jacket, will show the colours of the political party that the candidate represents. In British politics, rosettes (or sometimes flowers and ties) of a political ... Read »


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    • Smiling Sun

    • The anti-nuclear badge “Nuclear Power? No Thanks," also known as the “Smiling Sun,” is the international symbol of the anti-nuclear movement. It was ubiquitous worldwide in the late 1970s and the 1980s. BBC News reported in 2005 that few symbols had become "as instantly recognizable across the world.". E ... Read »


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    • Symbolism in the French Revolution

    • Symbolism in the French Revolution was a device to distinguish and celebrate (or vilify) the main features of the French Revolution and ensure public identification and support. In order to effectively illustrate the differences between the new Republic and the old regime, the leaders needed to implement a new set of s ... Read »


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    • Religious and political symbols in Unicode

    • Unicode contains a number characters that represent various cultural, political, and religious symbols. Most but not all of these are in the Miscellaneous Symbols block. Most of them are treated as graphic symbols that are not characters. Exceptions to this include characters in certain writing systems that are also ... Read »


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    • Yoke and arrows

    • The Yoke and the Bundle of Arrows or the Yoke and Arrows (Spanish: el yugo y el haz de flechas or el yugo y las flechas) is a badge dating back to the Spanish co-monarchy of the Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile. It served as the symbol of the shield of the monarchy of Ferdinand and Isa ... Read »


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