Confederate Flag Facts

Confederate Flag Facts

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Confederate Flag Facts: What Every American Should Know About Dixie’s Southern Cross

By Lochlan Seabrook. Is the Confederate battle flag truly a symbol of “hatred, racism, and slavery,” as liberals maintain?  Of course not.  It’s the opposite: it’s a symbol of Christian love, universal brotherhood and freedom, but they don’t want you to know that!

More importantly, it’s a sacred emblem of Southern heritage, history and honor:?one that every traditional Southerner is rightfully proud of.

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    Confederate Flag FactsConfederate Flag Facts: What Every American Should Know About Dixie’s Southern Cross

    By Lochlan Seabrook. Is the Confederate battle flag truly a symbol of “hatred, racism, and slavery,” as liberals maintain?  Of course not.  It’s the opposite: it’s a symbol of Christian love, universal brotherhood and freedom, but they don’t want you to know that!

    More importantly, it’s a sacred emblem of Southern heritage, history and honor:?one that every traditional Southerner is rightfully proud of.

    In Confederate Flag Facts: What Every American Should Know About Dixie’s Southern Cross, award-winning Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook corrects the many falsehoods fabricated by the anti-South movement about the South’s most famous ensign: the Starry Cross (the Confederate battle flag).

    In the process, he provides the true history of the Confederate States of America and its three official flags: the Stars and Bars (the First National), the Stainless Banner (the Second National) and the Blood-Stained Banner (the Third National).

    We learn why the Confederate States of America patterned itself on the original USA (which was actually known as “the Confederate States of America”), even copying her Constitution and flag, all in an effort to preserve the confederate republic of the American Founding Fathers.

    In debunking the many myths and lies that liberals have invented about the Confederate flag, a wide range of pertinent topics are covered concerning Lincoln’s War, including secession, slavery and abolition.

    Special attention is paid to Dixie’s brave “boys in gray,” the Confederate soldier, a unique breed of warrior who was represented by every race.

    Mr. Seabrook backs up his in-depth research with numerous eyewitness accounts, both from the Confederacy and the Union.

    This generously illustrated work, complete with endnotes, an index and a bibliography, is jam-packed with little-known facts about the South and her flags, making it a powerful educational tool.  Not just for beginners and enemies of the South, but for seasoned Civil War buffs and writers as well.

     Pick up your copy of the most informative guide ever written on the Confederate Flag.  Give it out to unenlightened friends, neighbors, educators, journalists and politicians, and help combat the leftists’ contrived, malicious and historically inaccurate war on the South and her proud symbols.

    Softcover, 356 pages