Patriotism Photos on Townhall

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              Thousands of people march on a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012 to protest the upcoming introduction in schools of Chinese patriotism classes that they fear will lead

    Thousands of people march on a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012 to protest the upcoming introduction in schools of Chinese patriotism classes that they fear will lead

    Posted: 7/29/2012 6:23:20 AM EST
    Thousands of people march on a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012 to protest the upcoming introduction in schools of Chinese patriotism classes that they fear will lead to brainwashing. Teachers, parents, students and pro-democracy activists marched Sunday to the government headquarters of the semiautonomous territory to protest against the new curriculum, which authorities are encouraging schools to begin using when classes resume in September. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
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              A child holds a distorted Chinese national flag with a slogan "Withdraw chinese patriotism classes" on a stroller pushed by a parent during a march on a downtown street in Hong Kong  Su

    A child holds a distorted Chinese national flag with a slogan "Withdraw chinese patriotism classes" on a stroller pushed by a parent during a march on a downtown street in Hong Kong Su

    Posted: 7/29/2012 6:23:20 AM EST
    A child holds a distorted Chinese national flag with a slogan "Withdraw chinese patriotism classes" on a stroller pushed by a parent during a march on a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012, to protest the upcoming introduction in schools of Chinese patriotism classes that they fear will lead to brainwashing. Teachers, parents, students and pro-democracy activists marched Sunday to the government headquarters of the semiautonomous territory to protest against the new curriculum, which authorities are encouraging schools to begin using when classes resume in September. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
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              A protester holds a placard during a march in a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012 to protest the upcoming introduction in schools of Chinese patriotism classes that the

    A protester holds a placard during a march in a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012 to protest the upcoming introduction in schools of Chinese patriotism classes that the

    Posted: 7/29/2012 6:23:20 AM EST
    A protester holds a placard during a march in a downtown street in Hong Kong Sunday, July 29, 2012 to protest the upcoming introduction in schools of Chinese patriotism classes that they fear will lead to brainwashing. Teachers, parents, students and pro-democracy activists marched Sunday to the government headquarters of the semiautonomous territory to protest against the new curriculum, which authorities are encouraging schools to begin using when classes resume in September. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 1:53:06 PM EST
    A woman walks past a house in Port Stanley March 17, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 17, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 1:50:51 PM EST
    Argentine Falklands War veterans display an Argentine flag as they pay homage to Argentine soldiers who died during the conflict at Darwin cemetery, in the Falkland Islands, March 11, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 11, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 1:22:46 PM EST
    A "Welcome to the Falkland Islands" sign is seen at the end of a pier along the coast of Port Stanley March 17, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 17, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 1:17:03 PM EST
    A store is seen decorated with a Wales flag (L), Falkland Islands flag (C) and a Union Jack flag in Port Stanley March 15, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 15, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 1:14:08 PM EST
    Men walk along Ross road in Port Stanley March 17, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 17, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 1:11:33 PM EST
    An old car drives by in Port Stanley March 16, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 16, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT TRANSPORT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 1:08:33 PM EST
    A sign with the Union Jack flag and the words "Falkland Islands - British to the core!" is seen on a store window in Port Stanley March 15, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 15, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 1:06:09 PM EST
    A sign to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the reign of Britain's Queen Elizabeth is seen on a store window in Port Stanley March 15, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 15, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 1:01:01 PM EST
    A woman drives her car with the Union Jack flag attached, along Ross road in Port Stanley, March 16, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 16, 2012. To match story BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT TRANSPORT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 12:52:34 PM EST
    A handwritten sign with a pro-Britain message is seen on a store window in Port Stanley, March 15, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. The sign reads: "To the Argentine Nation and its people: you will be welcome in our country when you drop your sovereignty claim and recognize our rights to self determination". Picture taken March 15, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 12:51:02 PM EST
    The flag of the Falkland Islands is seen hanging at the window of a house in Port Stanley, March 16, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 16, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 12:49:38 PM EST
    Falkland Islands Governor Nigel Haywood speaks during an interview with Reuters at his residence in Port Stanley, March 13, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 13, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 12:48:53 PM EST
    Falkland Islands Governor Nigel Haywood speaks during an interview with Reuters at his residence in Port Stanley, March 13, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 13, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT HEADSHOT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 12:48:16 PM EST
    Falkland Islands Governor Nigel Haywood speaks during an interview with Reuters at his residence in Port Stanley, March 13, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 13, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 12:47:09 PM EST
    Roger Edwards, chair of the Falklands eight-member elected assembly, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Port Stanley, March 13, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 13, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT HEADSHOT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 12:45:00 PM EST
    A rock with the Union Jack flag painted on it is seen near Port Stanley, March 11, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 11, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)
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    Posted: 3/20/2012 12:43:46 PM EST
    A Mini Cooper with the Union Jack flag painted on its roof is seen parked at a Falkland Islands Company depot as a man operates a Forklift truck in Port Stanley March 12, 2012. Thirty years after the Falklands War, patriotism is again running high on the islands as Argentina tries to pressure Britain to negotiate their sovereignty. In the quiet island capital of Stanley, Union Jack flags and red, white and blue bunting are selling fast, and police are urging Argentine visitors - most of them veterans of the 1982 war - not to antagonize locals by waving their own national flag. Picture taken March 12, 2012. To match BRITAIN-ARGENTINA/FALKLANDS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CONFLICT)