Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia

 

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Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia

Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia

This picture shows the Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia. The picture displays a rectangular flag. It is likely that most of these battle flags were square, and possibly with a fringe around the edge. This flag is displayed across the South as a symbol of Southern Pride. The flag is particularly popular in rural areas, and among those expressing frustration with the present political climate. The flag is a popular symbol on t-shirts, caps, and bumper stickers in the South.

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