Jus Wonderin' bout Stars & Bars.....

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kitty o'cairre

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Yes Sir Rebob..=)

them folks need get it right =)
Now how do you think That This Redition of the Stars & Bars having never having historically represented the Confederate States of America as a country, nor having been officially recognized Become the 'Symbol of the Confederacy . And Not One of The Official CSA flags..?




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The Second Confederate Navy Jack, 1863–1865
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The Second Confederate Navy Ensign, 1863–1865
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For use of Confederate symbols in modern society and popular culture, see Modern display of the Confederate flag.
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An elongated (2:1 aspect ratio) version of the Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia, and similar to The Second Confederate Navy Jack, in use from 1863 until 1865, although with the darker blue field of the Army's battle flag.


Despite never having historically represented the Confederate States of America as a country, nor having been officially recognized as one of its national flags, the rectangular Second Confederate Navy Jack and the Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia are now flag types commonly referred to as the Confederate Flag.
 
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CowCavalry

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Yes Sir Rebob..=)

them folks need get it right =)
Now how do you think That This Redition of the Stars & Bars having never having historically represented the Confederate States of America as a country, nor having been officially recognized Become the 'Symbol of the Confederacy . And Not One of The Official CSA flags..?




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The Second Confederate Navy Jack, 1863–1865
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The Second Confederate Navy Ensign, 1863–1865
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For use of Confederate symbols in modern society and popular culture, see Modern display of the Confederate flag.

An elongated (2:1 aspect ratio) version of the Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia, and similar to The Second Confederate Navy Jack, in use from 1863 until 1865, although with the darker blue field of the Army's battle flag.


Despite never having historically represented the Confederate States of America as a country, nor having been officially recognized as one of its national flags, the rectangular Second Confederate Navy Jack and the Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia are now flag types commonly referred to as the Confederate Flag.
The AONV flag and the naval flags being among the prettiest flags ever designed IMHO...........
 
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