Confederacy’s First Battle Flag, The: The Story of the Southern Cross

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Who actually designed the first Confederate flag? Initially produced without permission or guidance from the Confederate government, the first St. Andrew's Cross battle flags were stitched in secret by a group of Virginian women. The flag was obviously a military necessity, as it unified the troops under an identifiable banner. This striking design was quickly adopted as an official banner. Illustrations depict the creation of the celebrated flag as it evolved through a series of designs. The symbol of a proud people, the story of this flag will inspire all true Southerners.

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