The red and white flags that wave over the country of Japan today were most recently established in August 1999.
Since 1936 the country of Turkey has used the same red and white flags and design as its national banner.
The national red and white flags of Indonesia have been hoisted since 1950.
Another one of the many countries to hang red and white flags as their national symbol is Qatar, which has done so since July 6, 1971. (Perhaps July 4th was already taken?)
Since January of 2004, the country of Georgia has used its current red and white flag design.
The country of Latvia adopted the red and white flags we still see today in 1918.
It has now been since the early 1990s that England has employed its current design of red and white flags.
Although the symbol in the center of the flag is green, Lebanon is another country that uses a national flag that is primarily red and white.
Boasting one of the oldest national flags using a red and white color scheme, Monaco has waved its banner since 1881.
The red and white flags that represent Singapore have done so since December 1959.
The most recent design of Canada's national red and white flags was adopted in 1965.
Denmark doesn't merely hoist one of the oldest red and white flags as a national banner, but also one of the oldest flags in existence still used, since 1219 in fact.
The red and white flags that fly over Bahrain have done so since February 14, 2002. Now, how sweet is that?
It has been since 1889 that the red and white banners of Switzerland have proudly waved.
The nation of Tonga has hung its banner since November 1875, displaying its red and white flags.
1827 was the year Tunisia adopted its red and white national flag, and it still used today.
Joining the long list of countries with red and white flags is Austria. The country of Austria has hoisted its banner since 1230.
The historied country of Poland has used its red and white flag as its national banner since 1919.
Since May 1989 Greenland has hoisted the current version of its red and white flags as its national symbol and banner.
The official date of Peru's adoption of its red and white flags is recorded as February 25, 1825.