In 1840, in order to differentiate the military colors from the war flag, Ghica adopted a new design for the former: a red-yellow-blue tricolor, with red on top and stripes of equal width.
In the center was a white shield bordered with gold and decorated with the Wallachian eagle, wearing the princely crown and with a cross in its beak.
In 1848, the flag adopted for Wallachia by the revolutionaries that year was a blue-yellow-red tricolor (with blue above, in line with the meaning “Liberty, Justice, Fraternity”).
Already on 26 April, according to Gazeta de Transilvania, Decree nr.
which were the colors of the coat of arms of the Second Bulgarian Empire, of which Wallachia was part.
The same two colors, gules and or, also appeared on the late 15th century flag and coat of arms of Moldavia, during the reign of Stephen the Great .
In a 1988 interview, Peter Buck described Green as an album that didn't feature any typical R. David Buckley highlighted three main musical strands on Green: "ironic pop songs" like "Stand" and "Pop Song 89", harder-hitting tracks such as "Orange Crush" and "Turn You Inside-Out", and "pastoral acoustic numbers" that had Peter Buck playing mandolin, with "The Eleventh Untitled Song" singled out as an anomaly. The cover art was painted by New York City minimalist line painter Jon Mc Cafferty. Allegedly, this was a product of an early typing mistake: due to "4" being a number very close to "R" on the keyboard, "Green" was once misspelled "G4een", and the mistake was adopted this way. Green was released on November 7, 1988, in the United Kingdom, and the following day in the United States. Green has gone on to sell four million copies worldwide.
"The Wrong Child" was recorded and mixed under the working title "Mozart." The Bearsville sessions continued until September 3, 1988—barely two months before Green's release. Green was reputedly envisioned as an album where one side would feature electric songs and the other, acoustic material, with the plan failing to come to fruition due to a lack of acoustic songs deemed fit for release. would swap instruments among members, and on Green the group also incorporated accordion, cello, and lap steel guitar. album to also be released in a special edition version, though it was only released as a promotional CD. When viewed in this manner, the cover art appears to depict green grass. With warm critical reaction and the conversion of many new fans, Green ultimately went double-platinum in the US, reaching number 12, and peaked at number 27 in the UK. It's so small and intense, it's amazing." Some advance promo cassettes of the album, dating from September 1988, contained alternate mixes of "World Leader Pretend" (with different intro), "Turn You Inside-Out" (with different ending), and the eleventh untitled song (different drum mix). The band would tour extensively in support of the album throughout 1989, before beginning work on 1991's Out of Time.
Soon other mysterious events take place in the hospital, involving a young girl haunted by ghosts and a serial killer targeting Japanese soldiers.The latter was a “flag with a red, blue and yellow face, also having stars and a bird’s head in the middle”.