Why the tricolor became the mainstream of the European flag

  ”Three-color article flag” is abbreviated as “three-color flag”. 19 European countries all use tricolor flags. Among them, there are a large number of highly similar designs. Red, white and blue have become the “net red” color scheme in the tricolor flag. It once led the trend and was invincible in the modern world of national flags. Forest.
  The Netherlands is the ancestor of the tricolor. In the late 16th century, in the famous 80 Years’ War, the rebel leader Prince Orange’s men used orange, white, and light blue stripes as their flags. The flag was called the Prince’s Flag and was a representative of the Netherlands. In the middle of the 17th century, red gradually replaced orange and blue was deepened. The new red, white and blue tricolor flag officially became the Dutch flag. At that time, the Netherlands ruled the roost, and warships and merchant ships cruised the world, and they were the well-deserved maritime hegemons. People saw the Dutch tricolor flag and worshipped it. The tricolor flag also left a profound influence in Europe.
  At the end of the 17th century, Tsarist Russia worshipped the powerful Netherlands and directly imitated the Dutch flag, only changing the arrangement and depth of the three colors of the flag to form the Russian flag. In the early days, there was also an eagle representing the Tsar on the Russian flag. Because of Russia’s huge influence in Eastern Europe, many Slavic countries worship Russia, so red, white, and blue have become the so-called pan-Slavic colors in Eastern Europe.
  The more recognizable and representative red, white and blue national flag, as well as France. The red, white and blue flag of France is not copied from the Netherlands, but from the cap badge used for mass walks in Paris before the Revolution. Its color scheme comes from the coat of arms of the city of Paris-the coat of arms of the French royal family of Bourbon. Among them, the blue-bottomed golden iris coat of arms is inherited from the more ancient Capet dynasty; the red part is from the Bourbon family and inherited from the Navarro Kingdom. The combination of red, white and blue has become a personal symbol of the French king.
  Driven by the three hegemonic countries, the tricolor flag has become the mainstream of the European flag. The opportunities for the appearance of the three colors of red, white and blue have an overwhelming advantage in the national flag, symbolizing fraternity, equality, and freedom respectively.