The blue field in the top left corner represents the ocean of the Baltic coast. The three stars that lay across the field represent the three Baltic states the Baltic Block has cultural tie-ins with. The white bar represents snow, clouds, and mountains, all plentiful within the vast borders. The red bar represents bloodshed from many wars, battles, and military operations. The bottom black bar represents coal and oil, the sources of energy to power the industries of the Baltic Block.
When Baltic Block joined The Communist Bloc, the flag became tinted red to represent communism and higher aggression.
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Baltic Block is a capitalist republic coastal nation originating on the alpine continent, Tind...