there is no significant opposition to the current design within the state (as there has been in Georgia and Mississippi over their Confederate-style flags). Rogers, who argued that the pure white field of the Second National flag could be mistaken as a flag of truce: when hanging limp in no wind, the flag 's "Southern Cross" canton could accidentally stay hidden, so the flag could mistakenly appear all white. Retrieved January 27, 2014. " Opinion of Don Siegelman " (PDF). They resemble too closely the dishonored Flag of Yankee Doodle we imagine that the Battle Flag will become the Southern Flag by popular acclaim." As early as April 1861, critics denounced the Stars and Bars as a "servile imitation" and a "detested parody" of the. Flag of the.S. This statement was also inspired by the actions a local fraternity on that same day, whose members created controversy as they waved the battle flag while being videotaped for SportsCenter. The Tennessee State Legislature officially adopted the flag on April 17, 1905.
Confederate, flags, rebel flags and other civil war flags for less. There were several flags of the, confederate, states of America used during its existence from 1861 to 1865. Since the end of the American Civil War, personal and official use. Confederate flags, and of flags derived from these, has continued under some controversy.
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Despite never having historically represented the Confederate States of America as a country, nor officially recognized as one of its national flags, the rectangular Second Confederate Navy Jack and the Battle Flag of the Army of Northern Virginia are now flag types commonly referred. 523525 a b c Thompson, William. " Symbols and the world system: National anthems and flags KA Cerulo - Sociological Forum, 1993 - Springer Rentschler, Carrie (December 2005). The Army of Northern Virginia battle flag was usually square, of various sizes for the different branches of the service: 48 inches square for the infantry, 36 inches for the artillery, and 30 inches for the cavalry. Viller, dated April 24, 1863, a design similar to Thompson's was proposed by General. Retrieved September 1, 2015. Culture Wars: An Encyclopedia of Issues, Viewpoints, and Voices. Citation needed.S.Military insignia In 1977 the.S.