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Vlajka

Vlajka means flag in Czech. You may be after the flag article, or the flag of the Czech Republic.
Banner of Vlajka

Vlajka (in Czech The Flag) was the name of a small Czech fascist and nationalist movement, and its corresponding publication. The publication itself was founded in 1928, its first editor being Miloš Maixner; the movement became politically active in the 1930s.

Under Beneš decree No. 16/1945 Coll., membership of Vlajka was punishable by 5-20 years of imprisonment.

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