Blau: Pantone 282 c / CMYK (%) C 100 - M 70 - Y 0 - K 50
Rot: Pantone 186 c / CMYK (%) C 0 - M 90 - Y 80 - K 5
...und damit es auch noch historisch richtig wichtig aussieht, hier ein kleiner Text in englischen Original:
(Ohne Übersetzung, damit ich nicht noch unnötigt Fehler reinbringe...)
The colors of the French flag "combine" different symbols, invented after the fact:
Blue is the color of Saint Martin, a rich Gallo-Roman officer who ripped his blue coat with his sword to give
one half of it to a poor who was begging him in the snow. This is the symbol of care, of the duty that the rich
had to help the poor.
White is the color of the Virgin Mary, to whom the Kingdom of France was consecrated by Louis XIII in the 17th
century; it is also the color of Joan of Arc, under whose banner the English were finally driven out of the Kingdom
(15th century). It became logically the color of Royalty. The King's vessels carried plain white flags at sea.
Red is the color of Saint Denis, the saint patron of Paris.