Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The national emblem of Greece (Greek: Εθνόσημο της Ελλάδας, Ethnósimo tis Elládas), aka coat of arms of Greece, consists of a blue escutcheon with a white cross totally surrounded by two laurel branches. The emblem is painted or woven, mainly on the hats, uniforms and buttons of the military, the security forces, etc. The first Greek national emblem was provided for by the Constitution of Epidauros of 1 January 1822 and was established by decree on 15 March of the same year. It was the shape of a blue and white circular cockade.
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