Pacific Sultanate flag (Jakeo)
Pacific Sultanate flag (Jakeo)

Custom Flag made with Flagmaker & Print

The accidental discovery of Australia by Raidah Ahmed in 1467 led to the first known colony in the world, "Misr Aljadida" (New Egypt). Following the fall of the Mamluk Sultanate in 1517 led Tuman II to flee his homeland for New Egypt. His Great Grandson, Fāʾiz I (The Great) declared New Egypt "almuhit alhadi" (Pacific Sultanate). The Pacific Sultanate Expanded around the western coast of Australia and had relative peace until the British began colonizing Eastern Australia in 1788. from 1790 onwards, clashes between the Mamlukean army and Australian militias were common. the conflict reached its peak when in 1912, Hussein Kamel established the Sultanate of Egypt, claiming to be the true successors to the Mamluks. This enraged then-sultan, Hammam III. In a reluctant move, Hamam allied himself with the Ottoman Empire, who had promised to return their ancestral lands. after losing the first World War to the Entente, the Pacific Sultanate was reduced to the original borders of New Egypt and forced to disarm.

This 36”x60” wall flag is made of 100% polyester knit; equipped with grommets for an authentic look and feel. The flag is a one sided semitransparent print perfect for indoor applications.

Pacific Sultanate flag (Jakeo)

Vendor
Flagmaker & Print
Regular price
$29.90
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$29.90
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