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
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
Flag of the German Empire
year after Hindenburg's death, the
Flag was banned from use as the national flag in favour of the black-
-white swastika flag. During World
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
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
Imperial Guard (Japan) Imperial
Guard wore a French style parade uniform consisting of a dark-blue tunic with
Brandenburg braiding, a
red 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
'Green Princess', '
', 'McColley’s Finale', 'Moonlight', 'Pink Princess', 'Prince of Orange', '
Emerald', 'Rojo Congo'