Imperial Red on Wikipedia Shades of red
is a representation of the
color of the
Standard of Napoleon I. The first recorded use of
as a color
Flags of the Holy Roman Empire
flown alongside the black-gold
banner. This flag, known as the "Saint George Flag", was a white cross on a
background: the reverse of the
Red-knobbed imperial pigeon
pigeon (Ducula rubricera) is a bird species in the family Columbidae. It is found in Bismarck Archipelago and the Solomon Islands
Imperial Guard (Japan) Imperial
Guard wore a French style parade uniform consisting of a dark-blue tunic with
Brandenburg braiding, a
eosin compound is Eosin B (eosin bluish, Acid
91, C.I. 45400, Saffrosine, Eosin Scarlet, or
); it has a very faint bluish cast. The two dyes
1938) was a Soviet komkor (corps commander). He fought in the Russian
Army in World War I before going over to the Bolsheviks in the subsequent
made of porphyry. It was called "
" as the mines, as elsewhere in the empire, were owned by the emperor. The
porphyry all came from the Gabal
'Green Princess', '
', 'McColley’s Finale', 'Moonlight', 'Pink Princess', 'Prince of Orange', '
Emerald', 'Rojo Congo'