New Caledoniaball is a France-icon Franceball dependency sui generis in Oceania.


New Caledoniaball was born as a 7-icon 7ball, later adopted by France-icon Franceball in 1853. In 1940, after German ocupation of mainland France, New Caledonia-icon New Caledoniaball with other French Pacific territories was one of the first to refuse the Vichy government, and continue the fight with Charles de Gaulle. Latter in the war, they allowed Australians and Americans to come, and built base and hospitals to fight Japan. It also created the "Bataillon du Pacifique" with 605 volunteers, 287 of them Caledonians, but also from French Polynesiaball, mostly Tahity. The Batallion took part in the battle of el alamein, and fought bravelly in the liberation of France.

Nowadays, he cannot into independence. He had a referendum on November 4, 2018, but he voted to stay with France with a result of 56% of the population voting to stay and 44% voting to leave. However, he is scheduled to have another referendum in 2020.

Like many Franceball's overseas regions, he is of multiethnic and have Kanak, French and Asian (Javanese) ancestry.

How to draw

New Caledoniaball has two official flags: The french flag, and the Kanak flag.

Drawing New Caledoniaball with the Kanak flag isn't very difficult:

  1. Divide the basic circle shape into three horizontal stripes, blue, red and green
  2. Add a black-bordered yellow circle with a black drawing in it as the eyepatch on the left eye
  3. Add the other eye and you've finished.

To draw New Caledoniaball with the tricolor flag, just draw Franceball.


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