Confederate Flags - Rebel Flag
Despite being embroiled in controversy, the Confederate flag still holds a place US history. Did you know that the "Stars and Bars" was actually the first flag of the Confederacy? The "Stars and Bars" had a blue field in the upper left corner that contained seven stars that formed a circle. It also had three stripes; one white and two red. Two other flags emerged during the Civil War that stood for the Confederacy.
However, the one that most people associate with the South during the Civil Way and is the center of much debate and argument was the battle flag used by General Robert E. Lee's army.
You will find all of the Confederate flags at the United States Flag Store including the Confederate rebel flag as well as all three versions of the Confederate National flag. There are a variety of USA made Confederate flags to choose from that are made in either polyester or nylon. Several are designed specifically for indoor or outdoor use. Stick flag versions are also available as well as rebel flag car flags.
After the Civil War, the rebel flag faded from view. Even General Robert E. Lee distanced himself from it. The contentious flag wasn't even flown at Lee's funeral. It was devoid of any flags. The rebel flag began surfacing again during another tumultuous period in US history, the civil rights movement.
The United States Flag Store has flags that represent all facets of American history.