This is my Confederate and Southern flags ultimate video - my masterpiece. It took me days and long hours of careful research, gathering of data and info and well, creativity, as I created a lot of the flags myself. Before I talk about the video any further, I will anticipate frequently asked questions.
ALL the flags shown on this video are available for download at a Photobucket account I made especially for this. There, you will find all the flags organized by number and name, just like in this video, in one single page. They are available at a convenient 800 pixel size and carefully inspected for any errors. If you like Confederate flags, there will be one there for you! No need to ask me for "permission" to use the flags, just visit the page down below, click on "view all", locate the flag you want. Once you do, just chose the option "Download", under "File". Here's the address:
Now, as with my earlier video, a lot of people ask me if all the flags are historically accurate or just some stuff I made up. Well, I thought of that. If you look at the numbers on the bottom left of the screen, you will notice that they switch between white and yellow.
White means that the flag is, or was "real". That includes flags used in the time of the Confederacy, current and former state flags, etc. I would say "official", but some of those flags were not really official, although widely used and well-documented. Basically, any flag that was used by government, troops, generals, state, etc, are marked in white. The ones with the numbers displayed in yellow are "fictitious" or "not real" -- although that is not really always the case. Some of those flags, for example, the South Carolina Rebel, the Redneck, Heritage Not Hate, along many other flags, are actually used by a lot of people and can be purchased at stores nowadays, which technically, makes them "real". All the International/Heritage Flags here were designed by me, ba…