History Lesson

For the people in the USA who are maybe angry and confused, for any and all reasons. This is a very short message about a flag with European (Maybe) and USA representations. I know my History, Ed knows his here, do you? If not, no biggy, just learn, or stay ignorant. I don’t throw hate, just the truth and feelings… 🙂 Hope everyone is A-0K …Shauny..Via Eddie. This is about the shooting in the South Carolina Church

Just Us Owls

With the horrible shooting in the South Carolina Church people are up in arms about a flag they know very little about.  So let me give ya’ll a little history lesson as a public service announcement from JustUsOwls.

First of all this flag is not the flag of the Confederate States of America (CSA) rather it is the battle flag of the 1st Virginia Infantry.

Battle Flag of the 1st Virginia Infantry Battle Flag of the 1st Virginia Infantry

The CSA had a total of three flags during their time as a country.

This first flag caused to much confusion as to who was CSA and who was USA.

March 4, 1861 to  November 28, 1861 Flag of the Confederate States of America March 4, 1861 to November 28, 1861 Flag of the Confederate States of America

This flag is nicked named: “The Stainless Banner.”

May 1, 1863 - March 1865 Flag of the Confederate States of America May 1, 1863 – March 1865
Flag of the Confederate States of America

The final flag adopted: “The Blood Stained Banner”

March 4, 1865 until dissolved by the Union. The flag of the Confederate States of America. March 4, 1865 until dissolved…

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