What the Confederate flag means in America today
The Confederate flag was designed to represent a divided nation. It was flown during the Civil War when 11 states — Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Texas — broke from the nation to defend the practice of slavery. The Confederate Army lost that war more than 150 years ago, but the battle flag still represents a deep and bitter divide across America today.
DIXIE FLAGS AND BANNERS THAT WILL SERVE LONG
Made of knitted polyester our rebel flags please the eye with their bright, vivid colors. The four-color sharp printing on the one side of the flags of Dixie bleeds through to the other side as well. The print is durable and resistant to the sun rays and rain. It means that our Dixie flags will serve you for a long time.
All Dixie flags and banners come in 3×5 ft size. They are equipped by two brass rings grommets, one on the top and another on the bottom corners. They allow you to attach Dixie flags to a flag pole kit with ease.
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